New Years Resolution For 08: IMPEACH!

Rose Parade 08 in Pasadena

had a dose of reality this year with the help of the White Rose Coalition and LANIC (Los Angeles National Impeachment Center) protesting to call for the impeachment of Cheney and Bush.

Video by Voice of Americans 2008

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What The F**K!!

This Country? can't even Afford to Supply our Military personal, in Combat Theaters it sent them to while cheering about bombing others to 'Freedom' and 'Democracy', under our terms, with enough Underwear!

Here you have Combat Soldiers in a War Theater of Occupation, many living under conditions where they can't even shower, let alone Wash Clothes, using up their Allotment of undergarments and having to buy more 'With Their own Money'!

Project Underwear Needs Your Help

Often times, soldiers throw away two or three pairs of underwear while on a mission because there is no way to wash.

And

Don't forget about the ladies serving in Iraq. They also need donations of underwear.

This drive started on Christmas Eve and collected some 40bags of underwear, I'm assuming garbage bags.

W.Va. woman collects underwear for son's National Guard unit

Brown says U.S. Army soldiers often throw away two or three pairs while on a mission because there's no way to wash. While the Army issues underwear, soldiers have to buy extras after using up their allocation.

As the Country apparently finds nothing wrong with the 'president' and his 'puppet', which is which, hint: one smiling Rules.

Can't seem to find enough of our hired representatives who are willing to uphold the Constitution and Hold Those Responsible for their Corruption and Guilt!

If they were sent to fight, they are too few. If they were sent to die, they are too many!

Is 'Funding' Really For Troops?

What Happened To Funding and Oversite For Military/Veteran Care In Previous Congresses?

"The wise man points to the stars and the fool sees only the finger - and discusses it 24/7 on cable."

Peace Organizations Plan Week of Actions for 5th Anniversary of Occupation of Iraq

Numerous peace and justice organizations, including student groups taking advantage of Spring Break, are making plans for a week of actions from March 12th to 19th to mark the end of the fifth year of U.S. occupation in Iraq. Events will culminate in a national day of actions on March 19th, the fifth anniversary of the invasion. Congress members will be home on break, and activists hope to organize nonviolent civil disobedience actions in all 435 congressional districts, as well as nonviolent actions in Washington, D.C., focused on war profiteers.

Building up to the 19th, groups are organizing a week of activities focused on Washington, D.C., and beginning with a day of lobbying and nonviolent civil resistance in Congress on March 12th, combined with a rally and lobbying on the 12th opposing the occupation of Iraq and the U.S. military's plans for Africa.

From March 13th to 16th in Washington, D.C., Iraq Veterans Against the War has organized a forum for veterans to testify about their experiences in Iraq. Groups around the country will hold local events in support of this action.

On March 17th and 18th in Washington, D.C., citizen activists will train in nonviolence in preparation for the 19th, while also training in lobbying and proceeding to lobby congressional staff. The 18th has been declared "Take Back the Constitution Day" and will feature events throughout the city all day and into the evening demanding an end to the occupation, an end to torture, and the immediate impeachment of Cheney and Bush.

Details on these events and the organizations involved are posted at Resist In March

Organizations involved in one or more of the week's events include: Activist Responce Team (A.R.T), AfterDowningStreet.org, Backbone Campaign, Black Leadership Forum, Camp Casey Peace Institute, CODEPINK Women For Peace, Common Ground Collective New Orleans, DC Chapter of IVAW, Democracy Rising, Democrats.com, Global Network, Gold Star Families for Peace, Grassroots America, Hip Hop Caucus, Our Spring Break, Progressive Democrats of America, TransAfrica Forum, United for Peace and Justice, Voters for Peace, Washington Peace Center, and World Can’t Wait – Drive Out The Bush Regime!

If they were sent to fight, they are too few. If they were sent to die, they are too many!

Is 'Funding' Really For Troops?

What Happened To Funding and Oversite For Military/Veteran Care In Previous Congresses?

"The wise man points to the stars and the fool sees only the finger - and discusses it 24/7 on cable."