Friday, September 21, 2007

Oppose Censorship


The U.S. Senate just told us to sit down and be quiet. They passed a resolution condemning and it has one purpose: To intimidate all of us who care about ending this war. To send a message that anyone who speaks unpleasant truths about this war will pay. To make everyone--especially politicians--think twice before they accuse the administration of lying.

We can't let that happen. I just signed a statement telling Congress that they won't intimidate me, and I'm going to keep speaking out until they force an exit strategy out of this awful war. Can you join me? Speak out!


Kanani said...

Perhaps you didn't see the other side of MoveOn. It's over here.
Moveone is big enough to take this. If they're not, then they need to get new people.

It's just more political fodder being flung in the air.

Miles said...

Strange that they would try to stop t-shirts. Seems like something that wouldn't bother them. Wonder if there's more to the story. As for the smearing of the General's name, it's a nonissue. Isn't the General big enough to take play on his name? Really? Come on.

In the light of what this administration and the pentagon has done over the past seven years, is the MoveOn ad at all important?

The answer is no. The republicans seized on the ad to divert attention from their disastrous failed policies.