Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Commentary: Vote No on War Appropriations

If Congress passes the war appropriations bill when it votes again on the
reconciled version of the two different bills, the President will have
100 billion dollars for more war, including war with Iran. If Congress
does not pass this bill, the President must negotiate peace with the
insurgency, including safe withdrawal, amnesty for remaining
collaborators and contractors, and a coalition government to stop the
civil war. If the President does not negotiate, Congress can remove both
President and Vice-president for inability in matters of war. (Dick
Cheney was in command of Norad on 9-11.)

If we do not tell Congress "No on the war appropriations bill" then the
bill will be passed as before, and more Americans and Iraqis will lose
lives, arms, legs, or brains, and have more deformed babies.

- Jean G. Braun


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