Sunday, October 29, 2006

Appeal for Redress

I am once again in debt to my friend Carl at Which Way To The Future? for the heads up on this effort by service members to have a response from their elected officials.   This will be an important statement that will co-exist with official hearings into the NeoCon War Machine if Democrats win control of congress.

As I have expressed on my other blogs... Please help vote these people out of office and help pave the way for accountability and constructive alternatives to the ever worsening conditions in Iraq...

Appeal for Redress

An Appeal for Redress from the War in Iraq

Many active duty, reserve, and guard service members are concerned about the war in Iraq and support the withdrawal of U.S. troops. The Appeal for Redress provides a way in which individual service members can appeal to their Congressional Representative and US Senators to urge an end to the U.S. military occupation. The Appeal messages will be delivered to members of Congress at the time of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January 2007.

The wording of the Appeal for Redress is short and simple. It is patriotic and respectful in tone.

As a patriotic American proud to serve the nation in uniform, I respectfully urge my political leaders in Congress to support the prompt withdrawal of all American military forces and bases from Iraq . Staying in Iraq will not work and is not worth the price. It is time for U.S. troops to come home.

If you agree with this message, click here.

The Appeal for Redress is sponsored by active duty service members based in the Norfolk area and by a sponsoring committee of veterans and military family members. The Sponsoring committee consists of Iraq Veterans Against the War, Veterans For Peace, and Military Families Speak Out.

Members of the military have a legal right to communicate with their member of Congress. To learn more about the rights and restrictions that apply to service members click here.

Attorneys and counselors experienced in military law are available to help service members who need assistance in countering any attempts to suppress this communication with members of Congress.

Several members of Congress have expressed interest in receiving the Appeal for Redress.

Click here to send the Appeal to your elected representatives.

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Blogger Floyd said...

Great post, I commend all these active service members for having the courage to speak up about this mess, I haven't seen to much coverage on the so-called liberal press of this issue, only a brief mention here and there.

The main-stream media has more or less catering to the G.O.P corruption machine, while mostly ignoring which is most revel ant to us all.

Mon Oct 30, 02:43:00 AM EST  
Blogger Carl Osgood said...


My pleasure.


Mon Oct 30, 06:47:00 AM EST  
Blogger Brad said...

Great to see you back blogging again!

Tue Oct 31, 09:02:00 PM EST  
Blogger EAPrez said...

Here! Here! Great post - thanks for the link - I've returned the deed!

Tue Oct 31, 11:31:00 PM EST  
Anonymous JollyRoger said...

It is past time we actually do some of that Support! for The Troops! in the most meaningful way we can-by pulling them out of a nightmare that serves no purpose other than weakening the country that they serve.
Dying in a war for nothing isn't what these patriots signed on for. How can we stand by and let it go on?

Wed Nov 01, 02:41:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Anita said...

I'd rather have an appeal for undress than redress. haha

Wed Nov 01, 10:22:00 PM EST  
Blogger Jenn of the Jungle said...

What a load of horse puckey.

Thu Nov 02, 10:46:00 AM EST  
Blogger LJG aka Pennsylvania Independent said...

I don't support an immediate withdrawl, but an exit plan and timetable is needed.
My exit plan would have the troops out with in 12 months.
We tried to establish free elections and it seems for everything that we do, they Iraqi's set themselves back two steps.

Thu Nov 02, 09:24:00 PM EST  
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Sun Nov 05, 01:19:00 PM EST  
Blogger Trollmeister said...

Your wonderful campaign for peace doesn't seem to be going too well. Why not ask Al-Qaeda to join in too?

Mon Nov 06, 04:39:00 AM EST  
Blogger fc said...

trollbaby... Our peace movement is being implemented by people unlike yourself who actually care.

Seems bushji's war for oil... aint goin' too well... is it...?

Mon Nov 06, 07:32:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Rheanni said...

I want to alert those of you who are actively interested in peace to check out a free online game for raising consciousness called "Sacred Cow Tipping - 30 Days to Creating a Change in Direction."
We are already at day 18, however your participation would be a tremendous help in keeping the momentum going.

Mon Nov 13, 12:58:00 PM EST  
Blogger lilfeathers2000 said...

Scattering A Random Thought
A doctrine fostered by a delusional,
Illogical liberal minority,
And rabidly promoted
By an unscrupulous mainstream media,
Which holds forth the proposition
That it is entirely possible
to pick up a turd by the clean end.

Tue Nov 14, 05:45:00 PM EST  
Blogger EuroYank said...

The troops serve one main purpose, to feed the War Machine, so that the old men that run war production can laugh all the way to the Bank, and the politicians that mouth off for them have a nice retirement package!

Tue Nov 14, 10:37:00 PM EST  
Blogger Green Earth said...

Great blog

Thu Nov 16, 11:21:00 PM EST  

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