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 Vermont News: Sgt Liam Madden and the Appeal for Redress

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From: Central Vermont Peace and Justice

We should all be proud of Vermonter Marine Sgt Liam Madden and the courage he shows as he and 1000 other active duty GIs demand an end to the war against Iraq.Check out the article (link inside) from the Army Times.

Also come hear Liam and other Iraq Veterans Against the War speak at the Montpelier Rally on Saturday January 20th. 10am gather at Montpelier City Hall and then march to the Statehouse for a Rally. A screening of Sir No Sir will follow...



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Appeal for Redress Delivered to Congress:

Military Members to Congress: End Iraq War
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/011707M.shtml

[Editor’s Note: See Also –
Iraq Vets Call on Congress to End War
http://www.alienlove.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1683 ]

A letter from about 1,000 active-duty, Guard and Reserve members calling for Congress to end the war in Iraq was delivered to Capitol Hill on Tuesday. The letter contains just three sentences:

"As a patriotic American proud to serve the nation in uniform, I respectfully urge my political leaders in Congress to support the prompt withdrawal of all American military forces and bases from Iraq. Staying in Iraq will not work and is not worth the price. It is time for US troops to come home."

POWER TO THE PEACEFUL

Please visit our website:
www.centralvermontpeace.org





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Re: Sgt Liam Madden and the Appeal for Redress (Score: 1)
by Blue1moon on Monday, January 22 @ 06:57:48 EST
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Despite the bitter weather, more than 300 gathered:
Iraq veterans decry troop 'surge' at rally






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