[Vision2020] Fwd: Help us get to 200,000 by tomorrow

susanp@moscow.com susanp@moscow.com
Wed, 15 Jan 2003 16:11:33 GMT

If you support attacking Iraq, disregard the following message.
Susan Palmer

Forwarded Message:
> To: "Susan Palmer" <susanp@moscow.com>
> From: "Wes Boyd, MoveOn.org" <moveon-help@list.moveon.org>
> Subject: Help us get to 200,000 by tomorrow
> Date: 15 Jan 2003 01:16:18 -0000
> -----
> Dear MoveOn member,
> As you know, next Tuesday, in over 500 congressional offices across
> the nation, MoveOn members will meet with their representatives or
> key staff and encourage them to join our message to President Bush:
> "Let the Inspections Work."
> In each meeting, we'll be delivering a copy of everyone's comments
> and signatures.  We're trying to get to at least 200,000 before the
> end of the day Wednesday, when we'll be printing the comment
> packages.
> Please ask your friends and colleagues to sign the petition at:
>    http://www.moveon.org/winwithoutwar
> To make this goal, we need just 250 more signatures
> from Idaho.  Country-wide, we're already up to 171,000.
> The more signers our local delegations represent, the more likely
> it is that our national leaders will take their concerns seriously.
> Please take a moment to pass the message below along to folks who
> share your concern about a war on Iraq and want to hear from you
> on this.
> Time is running out, but with your help we can reach our goals
> and send a powerful message.
> Sincerely,
> - The MoveOn Team
>   Carrie, Eli, Joan, Peter, Randall, Wes and Zack
>   January 14th, 2002  
> P.S. Thanks to everyone who's supported this campaign through
> our contribution page at
> https://www.moveon.org/donatec4/creditcard.html
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> (Your own words are always best)
> Please join me in signing an online petition asking President Bush
> to let the weapons inspections work, rather than rushing to war.
> If we don't act now, we could be at war by the end of the month.
> Inspections in Iraq have started.  Most of us breathed a sigh of
> relief.  Unfortunately, it's become clear that the ultra-hawks in
> the Bush administration -- Cheney, Wolfowitz, Perle -- will not
> take yes for an answer.  While the rest of the world thinks Iraq
> has backed down, these men are pursuing a massive public relations
> blitz for war.
> With the possibility of a peaceful resolution to this crisis at hand,
> we cannot allow a few men to push the world to war.  Send a message
> to President Bush and Congress to let the inspections work at:
>    http://www.moveon.org/winwithoutwar/
> MoveOn.org will compile our messages and present them to the 
> administration, including Secretary of State Powell, to U.N. 
> Secretary General Kofi Annan, and to members of Congress.
> The good news is that the ultra-hawks face some serious opposition.
> Secretary of State Colin Powell and other members of the Bush
> Administration are willing to give diplomacy a chance, and the State
> Department's interpretation of the U.N. resolution is a lot more
> reasonable than the White House's interpretation.
> President Bush has agreed that war should be the very last resort.
> Let's hold him and his Administration to those words:
>    http://www.moveon.org/winwithoutwar/
> Please join me and sign on today.  We must support policy makers who 
> will oppose these few extremists in the Bush White House who have been 
> looking for an excuse for war from the very beginning.

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