Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Join the Iraq Moratorium

I hereby make a commitment that on the Third Friday of each and every month, I will break my daily routine and take some action, by myself or with others, to end the War in Iraq.

That's all. It's easy! You can sign the pledge too, but the most important part is that you do something. ANYTHING. Write a letter to the editor. Call your congresscritter. Put a sign on your lawn. Get artsy with your sidewalk chalk. Wear an anti-war pin. Protest.

Protesting, you say? Good choice! In San Diego you can join the Ocean Beach Grassroots Organization and San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice at the entrance to Ocean Beach at Nimitz and Sunset Cliffs from 4 - 5:30 pm on Friday November 16, 2007.

The Iraq Moratorium website has information about local protests and other actions you can join in your community.

Take your pick. The point is to get as many people as possible to take a minute or an hour out of their day and do something to demonstrate their opposition to the occupation of Iraq.

1 Comments:

Blogger Xoff said...

Excellent idea.

Some cynics say this won't help, but the Moratorium is designed to grow, expand and escalate. We need to reach the 2/3 of the people who say they're against the war but don't speak up. That's going to be a long haul, but doing something -- anything -- is a lot more likely to have an impact than doing nothing.

11/15/2007 04:29:00 PM  

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