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  •  For democracy's sake, (2+ / 0-)
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    let's talk about our war in Iraq

    Heads up, this isn't about the once United States, we don't discuss failed policies that put us in deeper damage and potential problems for years to come, we also don't do accountability as to those who lead 'In Our Names' those failed policies! We do allow them to walk into the comfortable sunset with the booty they've made off of while laying all blame on those that take up the leadership after and try to clean up the destructive disasters, or not!

    An inquiry would help us avoid repeating mistakes made 10 years ago
    February 14, 2013 - The largest anti-war demonstrations in Australian history began 10 years ago today

    Millions of people protested worldwide, in about 800 cities - including in Australia, Britain, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, the United States, Canada, South Africa, Syria, India, Russia, South Korea, Japan, and even McMurdo Station in Antarctica.

    In Melbourne more than 100,000 people protested. They clogged Swanston Street for more than three hours, stretching all the way from the State Library down to Federation Square, demanding Australia not follow US president George Bush into war, and that we must allow UN weapons inspectors to do their work.

    Even though globally millions marched, their collective will was ignored, and a tragedy of monstrous proportions unfolded in Iraq.  read more>>>

    Vets On FLOTUS and SLOTUS, "Best - Ever": "We haven't had this kind of visibility from the White House—ever." Joyce Raezer - Dec. 30, 2011

    by jimstaro on Sat Feb 16, 2013 at 05:02:45 AM PST

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