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Take The Liberal Pledge

Putting political pressure on President Obama from acquisto cialis in farmacia the Left may not produce any miracles, but actions such as this is, in of itself, a show of solidarity from the Democratic Base carrying the yet to ever be considered message that http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=generic-levitra-pills-from-online-pharmacy we are a force to be reckoned with.

And that must be our goal if the policies of our Country go to site are ever going to change.

I was pleased to see this article from www.rawstory.com announcing a petition opposing support for President Obama until he stops his Global Warfare mass violence, his bankrupt Foreign Occupations, and his criminal record on Human Rights (no different than Bush-Cheney). Excerpts below:

Hundreds of liberal organizers and anti-war activists have signed a petition pledging to oppose President Barack Obama’s renomination in 2012 unless he dove acquistare viagra generico 25 mg a Napoli reverses course in Afghanistan and pushes for significant cuts to military spending.

“We vow http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=prezzo-viagra-generico-100-mg-pagamento-online-a-Napoli not to support President Barack Obama for renomination for another term in office, and to actively seek to impede his war policies unless and until he reverses them,” the pledge reads.

From former high-ticket lawmakers to ex-intelligence officials to veterans advocates, the petition (available here) has garnered the support of a multitude noted figures, including Pentagon whistleblower cialis online canada Daniel Ellsberg, former Congresswoman using 20mg prednisone for 10 days Cynthia McKinney, retired FBI agent source Coleen Rowley, and 2006 US Senate candidate levitra originale economico Jean Hay Bright.

“We wanted to express our willingness to take a stand,” said seasoned anti-war activist David Swanson, the creator of the pledge, in an interview with Raw Story. The signatories, he added, declared their “absolute unwillingness to support Obama” unless he “takes on the war machine.”

“Half of what we wanted to do was simply to inform people of what’s been happening for the past two years,” Swanson said, referring to the growing military budget, the increasingly unpopular war in Afghanistan and misconceptions about the end of the Iraq war. “People, to a huge extent, don’t even now what’s going on.”

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=buy-cialis-jelly So our goal is to pressure him or to replace him, but certainly also to educate people.”

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More information about the pledge can be found here.  The actual pledge itself is located at: http://warisacrime.org/petitio…

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