Saturday, March 17, 2007

MoveOn wants Tiahrt to oppose escalating the war.

Dear MoveOn member,
The fight to end the war quickly is at a precarious point and we need your help.
Progressives in Congress are pushing for a swift, responsible exit that brings the troops home by the end of 2007. But Dick Cheney and his allies in Congress are on an all-out assault—saying that Democrats are "undermining the troops" by trying to end the war.1 Avoiding a date certain to end this war is supporting a war without end.
Can you call Rep. Tiahrt and tell him that you don't want an endless war? We need to let him know his constituents want to support our troops by bringing them home safely this year. Here is the number:
Congressman Todd Tiahrt
Phone: 202-225-6216
After you call, please report it here so we know how many calls they've received:
http://political.moveon.org/call?tg=FHKS_04&cp_id=463&id=10010-3189845-uZ_GTn&t=3
It just takes a few minutes, but if we all work together, we can take a big step toward ending the war.
Thanks for all you do,
–Nita, Eli, Karin, Joan and the MoveOn.org Political Action Team
Wednesday, March 14th, 2007
Sources:
1. "Opposition Undercuts Troops, Cheney Says of Spending Bill," New York Times, March 13, 2007
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=2419&id=10010-3189845-uZ_GTn&t=4
2. "Poll: 58 percent want Iraq withdrawal by 2008 or sooner," CNN.com, March 13, 2007
http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/03/13/iraq.poll/
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1 comment:

wichitabusiness said...

Good documentation of how little quality representation Wichita gets in Congress.