NO to war, torture and occupation;
YES to international law, human rights, and peace
The national conversation around the war has dramatically shifted over the past four years. Fortunately, the peace movement is just as vibrant as before the war.
We are educating people about the reality of warfare in Iraq; pressuring our Senators and Representatives to cut off funding for the war; supporting military families and GIs who are speaking out against the war or refusing to fight; and taking to the streets to tell the world that we say NO to the Bush administration's aggressive and militaristic foreign policies. And it's working!
The people spoke out through the 2006 mid-term elections by voting out pro-war candidates and changing the control over Congress and 70% of Americans now disapprove of Bush's handling of the war.