Putting Their Lives on the Line

Anti-war protestors have joined American military men and women by putting their lives on the line, so long as the Iraq war is ongoing. Demonstrators have pledged to abstain from caloric intake, by partaking in a fast. Some protestors say they will continue to fast until the troops are brought back to the United States.

This type of dedication, on the part of the peace activists, is what will sway popular public opinion away from the insidious lies of the Bush administration. Instead of focusing on the fear based rhetoric, the public will begin to be swayed by the human response that we all have toward those who are suffering.

The American media establishments will not be able to ignore those Peace Activists who are dying on the side walk, in front of the White House. At least, that's the idea.

I'll say it again; it's time to kick Bush, Cheney and Co. out of the White House.

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