Are we a people at peace with being at war?
Speak out when the candidates appear in NYC!

George Bush & Co. remain unrelenting and self-assured that they can drive the savageness of their program of expanding endless war, spying on people in the U.S. and torture abroad into the next administration. U.S. military moves and diplomatic maneuvering have not let up. A campaign of lies similar to those leading to the attack on Iraq are being put out to justify an attack on Iran. Bush, McCain and Obama have all refused to rule out the use of NUCLEAR weapons in an attack on Iran. All three call for an escalation - more troops and more money – for the war in Afghanistan. The Presidential debates have become an ugly contest over who can call for the more aggressive policy – now expanding the war with attacks into Pakistan is “on the table”. Who will speak up? Who will stop this?

It is up to us. People of conscience take responsibility for what their own governments do. People of conscience should not allow themselves to be demobilized by the political and moral terms of an election that calls for “national unity” while carrying out and expanding unjust wars for empire.

Will there be a pole of opposition that inspires with its moral clarity and fearless truth-telling that people can join with until this whole criminal program is brought to a halt? Join us.

Join Iraq Veterans Against the War, World Can’t Wait, Long Island Alliance & more:

Demonstrate at final debate:
Wednesday, October 15 Hempstead, Long Island

2:00 PM Rally at Hempstead LIRR, 4:30 proceed to Hofstra University, followed by actions there. (See or call 866-973-4463 for directions and details. )

Also demonstrate when Obama & McCain will speak at the Al Smith Dinner, a fundraiser for the Catholic Charities, at Waldorf Astoria. Thursday, Oct. 16, 5:00 - 7:00 PM, Park Ave & 49th St.

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