Moral and Ethical Bankruptcy

The United States of America, has attained, in the eyes of many, a moral and ethical bankruptcy.

Thanks to the vigilance of Lt. Ehren Watada, the people of the USA, the people of Iraq, and the people of the world have a chance to challenge the fraudulent foundations of the military operation in Iraq.

This is an opportunity to demand accountability for the political and military failure. Tens of thousands of American casualties and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi casualties, lives and families torn apart, cannot go unanswered.

Certain justice must be brought to bear on the perpetrators of this criminal war. The Bush administration's deception must be met with a resounding call for resolution.

Join the call for justice. Support the truth, impeach, convict and arrest the architects of this foul war effort!

[edit 8-29: Here's a link to Lt. Watada's website, where there is information on how to help the USA:]

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