7 thoughts on “Bush’s terrorism obsession contributed to financial crisis

  1. Administrator on October 20, 2008 at 9:46 pm said:

    IVAW to Obama: Out Now
    “My question is, as President of the United States of America, are you prepared to back up your own words [about the illegality of the Iraq War] and the U.S. Constitution by supporting service members refusing to participate in what you describe as an illegal occupation?”

    More troops refuse to deploy
    [A] growing number of U.S. troops are refusing to fight in the so-called “war on terror”. . . . Meanwhile, an increasing number of active duty G.I.s have been joining Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW).

    Military families speak out at Boston Common
    “We’re starting to meet more and more soldiers who are willing to speak out.”

    Winter Soldier heads to the northeast
    Marchers carried signs that read “No Iraqi ever gambled away my life savings,” “Bail out our troops,” “Banks are open, but the VA is closed” and “No Afghani ever denied me health care.”

    Antiwar vet speaks on Common
    “I’m not relying on my vote November 4th to make change.”

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