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Seriously can't wait.

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Sight the call to drive out the Bush criminals.

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10,000 in Boston rally against war

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On Saturday, October 27, at least 100,000 people from all walks of life and in every part of the country participated in 11 regional demonstrations against the war in Iraq. Scores of other protests took place across the country.

 

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Here's the strange thing: As we all know, the Washington Consensus – Democrats as well as Republicans, in Congress as in the Oval Office – has been settling ever deeper into the Iraqi imperial project. As a town, official Washington, it seems, has come to terms with a post-surge occupation strategy that will give new meaning to what, in the days after the 2003 invasion, quickly came to be known as the Q-word (for the Vietnam-era "quagmire"). The President has made it all too clear that he will fight his war in Iraq to the last second of his administration – and, if he has anything to say about it (as indeed he might), well beyond. In their "classified campaign strategy for the country," our ambassador in Baghdad, Ryan Crocker, and the President's surge commander, Gen. David Petraeus, are reportedly already planning their war-fighting and occupation policy through the summer of 2009, and so into the next presidency. The three leading Democratic candidates for president, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards, have refused to guarantee that American troops will even be totally out of Iraq by 2013, the end of a first term in office – as essentially has every Republican candidate except Ron Paul, the libertarian congressman from Texas. In fact, in Washington, the ongoing war is now such a given that it's hardly being discussed at the moment (as the one in Afghanistan has never been). The focus has instead shifted to the next possible administration monstrosity – a possible air assault on Iran that would essentially guarantee a global recession or depression.

 

Note: Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich are in the same Presidential Election cycle as is Ron Paul. The failure to mention their names is exactly the type of omission that causes candidates like Ron Paul to fail in gaining accurate currency.

This type of intentional omission is political. When I omit references to the candidates who apologize for torture and mass murder I express that omission as often as possible because that ‘goes without saying’ after a long string of abuses.

Intentionally omitting Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich as legitimate presidential candidates is a pre-meditated political act. To suggest that the author is incapable of foreseeing the long term consequences of that omission is stretching the boundaries of probability.

Why would someone purposefully omit the mention of legitimate presidential candidates?

As Mike Gravel says: “Follow the Money”

 

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The tone of Media Lens's questions to journalists is so respectful that personal honesty is never questioned. Perhaps that explains a reaction that can be both outraged and comic. The BBC presenter Gavin Esler, champion of Princess Diana and Ronald Reagan, ranted at Media Lens emailers as "fascistic" and "beyond redemption." Roger Alton, editor of the London Observer and champion of the invasion of Iraq, replied to one ultra-polite member of the public: "Have you been told to write in by those c*nts at Media Lens?" When questioned about her environmental reporting, Fiona Harvey, of the Financial Times, replied: "You're pathetic . . . Who are you?"

The message is: how dare you challenge us in such a way that might expose us? How dare you do the job of true journalism and keep the record straight? Peter Barron, the editor of the BBC's Newsnight, took a different approach. "I rather like them. David Edwards and David Cromwell are unfailingly polite, their points are well argued and sometimes they're plain right."

David Edwards believes that "reason and honesty are enhanced by compassion and compromised by greed and hatred. A journalist who is sincerely motivated by concern for the suffering of others is more likely to report honestly . . ." Some might call this an exotic view. I don't. Neither does the Gandhi Foundation, which on 2 December will present Media Lens with the prestigious Gandhi International Peace Award. I salute them.


 

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Impeachment Parade Plans:

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Bring John Shadegg's 'Enumerated Powers Act' to a Vote
It's time for Congress to, "Cite it, chapter and verse." Where do they derive their authority? When they pass new laws or spend taxpayer money, they should be required to point to specific language in the Constitution. The Enumerated Powers Act would require them to do precisely that. Help us bring this bill to a vote.
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We will make the future.
We pledge to stop endless war for empire.
We refuse consent to a torture state.
We won't swallow a hateful culture of bigotry & intolerance.
We will not go silently into a fascist nightmare.
We will engage in an act of civil resistance to make a better world.
We are what we've been waiting for.

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Ideally, Peace Action would like to see candidates engaging in their own citizen diplomacy.  For example, Our Affiliates are participating in a book tour entitled “The Folly of Attacking Iran” in cities all over the country.  Author and former New York Times reporter Steven Kinzer will be speaking with a host of other experts on U.S. policy toward Iran and how we can better engage Iran diplomatically.  Find an event near you, at their website.

 

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