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Thursday, July 10, 2003


petition: demand truth

posted by Aziz P. at Thursday, July 10, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Don't forget to sign the petition that those who misled the country regarding Iraq resign immediately! The Dean campaign has officially started a petition to that effect and by signing it, we bring real pressure to bear on Bush and his minions. Sign now!

I demand truth from my government in Washington.

It is now clear that some officials in this Administration misled the nation and misled the world. These people must be held accountable for their failure to give us the truth before we went to war.

But we should not have to wait for investigations to rid our government of those who misled the American people.

They know who they are, and they can resign on their own today. I demand the resignation of those who engaged in this deception.

Add my name to this petition:


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