Censure Bush-Cheney - Haditha

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Recently we saw that what came out of our marines killing 24 civilians in Haditha was simply a demotion of one of the soldiers to private. This tragedy was just one of an almost infinite number of unnecessary ones stemming from the disastrous misguiding us into the Iraq War by W. Bush and Richard Cheney under false pretenses.

The embarrassing fact is that to this point Bush and Cheney have not been held accountable in any way for the hundreds of thousands who died and suffered in this war. This should not continue. They need to be censured.

The Declaration of Shame http://www.declarationofshame.org  is available for you to add your initials to censure Bush and Cheney.

Currently only about 120 individuals in the entire country have voiced what should be voiced by millions of us. Add your initials and your town to be on the record. This will be something you can point to later when someone asks, "Did you speak up after it all?"

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