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article imageMore Newspapers Across The Country Call For End To Occupation Of Iraq

By RobotGod     Aug 6, 2007 in Politics
The number of newspapers that are calling for an end to the Iraq war is growing. So, what is it going to take to get the hell out of that country? Do they need more proof that the people have had enough?
crooksandliars has a list of newspapers that have called for an end to the war.
Seattle Times (Wash.), July 17, 2007
Philadelphia Inquirer (Penn.), July 15, 2007
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Penn.), July 15, 2007
Detroit Free-Press (Mich.), July 13, 2007
Wichita Eagle (Kan.), July 12, 2007
Boston Globe (Mass.), July 10, 2007
Tuscaloosa News (Ala.), July 8, 2007
New York Times (N.Y.), July 8, 2007
The Olympian (Wash.), July 4, 2007
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Penn.), June 26, 2007
Los Angeles Times (Calif.), May 6, 2007
Roanoke Times (Va.), May 6, 2007
Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas), May 1, 2007
Portland Press-Herald (Maine), April 29, 2007
San Jose Mercury News (Calif.), April 12, 2007
Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio), March 16, 2007
Baltimore Sun (Md.)
As they point out, some of these circulate in areas with a large population of military families.
What more do we need to do? Between the President's disapproval rating and calls for impeachment, and more newspapers joining all the time, you would think that we would be making progress with getting our troops home.
It is like watching dominoes fall. And at the same time we are losing our rights at break neck speed.
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