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For Whom Does Bolton Speak?

By Remy Benoit

From the AP and MSNBC Bolton says force may be needed against Iran
Ex envoy to U.N. says military action preferable to nuclear-armed Tehran.

From Christian Lowe at Military.com Depleted U.S. Forces Concerns Chairman.

If we are not properly supplying those already in combat, if we are not properly taking care of our Veterans, plus the ones we are making each and every day with serious injuries, with lives ending, how do we rationalize going for more regime change?

From Newsweek, Jonathan Alter, and MSNBC A Fatal Dose
A rash of drug overdoses at a Veterans Administration hospital in California raises new questions about the quality of military health care.
Please do not let the issue of the care of our Veterans slide into the back pages of the papers, or off our TV screens. Contact Congress, Contact the White House, and DEMAND what is right.

From Move On If You Like War With Iraq....

From CNN General: Insurgents used kids as cover, then killed them. This is horrid, grotesque, and not acceptable, but it is not the first time or the first war where this was done. Perhaps we need to accept that this is done, has been done, and will continue to be done, until we find better ways to solve our problems. Again, we simply refuse to accept what we know about war.

From The Nation and Truthout Congress, End the War.

From Arianna Huffington and The Huffington Post Halliburton Polls.

From The New York Times, and Truthout, and Editorial What People Really Need.

From Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman and Common Dreams Blowback from Ohio's 2004 Stolen Election is Escalating.

From Devin Helfrich and Tom Paine Mushroom-Clouded Thinking.

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