Monday, June 9, 2008

Fair Reflection Protest Movement.

Please click on the link below to learn about the Fair Reflection Protest Movement.
Fair Reflection Protest Movement


Cory said...

All I know is that Hillary ran a stellar campaign. She did herself proud. I would like nothing better than for her to be president. I was so angry when things fell apart, but she gave an awesome speech Saturday. She has asked us to work with her to put a democrat in the White House. She didn’t issue a command, she just asked her faithful followers to help. I’d rather vote for Hillary, but I’ll follow her lead, and support Obama.

Jennifer said...

All aboard the "straight" talk express:

Heather said...

Hi, all. Please consider sending a letter of protest to Howard Dean using the link above (assuming it came through) to at the 1000 reasons post. thank you so much for considering - we are legit. And Cory, of course Hillary did what she had to do to protect her supporters up for re-election. That does not mean we should allow the nomination process to be hijacked by the corruption of back room deals and secret meetings. If you have any doubts about how we have been screwed over (and by we I mean voters generally but esp. those of us in FL and MI), go to The Confluence, a wordpress site, and check out the post re the RBC's violations on Saturday the 31st of May, also known as the death of our party.

Colleen said...

I thought I'd chime in with a different perspective. I'm a military mom; my only son is currently on his second tour in Iraq. His first tour was quite an eye opener. Some of the things he wrote about in his letters horrified me, and when he came back home I begged him to pursue a new avenue so he wouldn't get sent back.

But like many of the heroes serving there today, he told me his country needed him, and he would do all that is asked until they can ask no more. He will be voting this year through an absentee ballot, and he's voting Obama for one simple reason: through his firsthand experience in Iraq, he knows Americans can't afford another President who will wage unneeded wars. Many of his fellow soldiers feel the same. For them, their vote could be the difference between coming home to their families, or fighting for their lives in a country that does not want them nor need them.

I ask you to please reconsider. McCain has already aligned himself closely with the policies of the Bush administration, and he's made it clear that he wants a lengthy US military commitment to Iraq. As tensions in the region rise, I fear that a McCain presidency would not only mean my son will be sent on a third and fourth tour to Iraq, but that we'll also have a very real danger of falling into another unneeded conflict with Iran before his term is over.