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Rep. Murtha Working With Code Pink to Undermine Morale of Wounded at Walter Reed
Tuesday, January 10, 2006 | Kristinn

Posted on 01/10/2006 5:59:25 PM PST by kristinn

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To: freema

I'm guessing Ole Murtha has (blue) Balls~~
Or perhaps yellow?


151 posted on 01/11/2006 6:26:11 AM PST by Cindy_Cin
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To: nw_arizona_granny
Women’s Call for Peace?

International Women's Day?

Where did they get the Iraqi women's signatures?

Did they consult with women like THIS ONE?

These assinine mental patients are worse than the terrorists that do the actions. They fund, assist and lie to support them.

152 posted on 01/11/2006 6:39:23 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: kristinn

My Tagline says it all.


153 posted on 01/11/2006 6:43:23 AM PST by NavVet (“Benedict Arnold was wounded in battle fighting for America, but no one remembers him for that.”)
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To: BufordP
If the soldier was wounded in or near Falluja, chances are Code Pink helped put them there through their donations.
154 posted on 01/11/2006 6:45:47 AM PST by Hillarys Gate Cult
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To: Calpernia
The religion of Peace strikes again. The lunatic left would continue supporting these monsters right up until they meet the same fate as the poor woman in this picture.

I recommend reading David Horowitz' book Unholy Alliance about the left's support of the Islamo-fascist terrorists.
155 posted on 01/11/2006 6:47:54 AM PST by NavVet (“Benedict Arnold was wounded in battle fighting for America, but no one remembers him for that.”)
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To: tgslTakoma

Sent him a message via his website.


156 posted on 01/11/2006 6:53:07 AM PST by BufordP ("I am stuck on Al Franken 'cause Al Franken's stuck on me!" -- Stupid)
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To: Calpernia

But at least the Canadians get it...Not.


http://www.warchild.ca/docs/lesson_afg_islam_feminism.pdf


157 posted on 01/11/2006 7:01:40 AM PST by NavVet (“Benedict Arnold was wounded in battle fighting for America, but no one remembers him for that.”)
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To: NavVet

I will get that book. Thanks.


158 posted on 01/11/2006 7:01:48 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: NavVet

Canada isn't the only ones that don't get it. This is our own Atlanta, GA.

http://www.lauramansfield.com/j/smalltownusa-4.asp

Vacation Bible School is a rite of summer throughout the American southeast. In the Bible Belt of the deep south, a couple of weeks after school lets out, the elementary school aged kids flock to their churches for a week of Bible Stories, crafts, and fun.

It’s changed a little since I was a child; some churches now schedule the sessions in the evenings to accommodate working parents. The curriculum has been jazzed up a little, and often they have themes like and even mascots. But for the most part, Vacation Bible School is still the same thing that many of us experienced as children.

(snip)

You probably wouldn’t be surprised to hear that there is an Islamic equivalent.

I had the opportunity to spend an evening last week at one of these sessions, and I was amazed at what is being taught in this country to children between the ages of 5 and 10. The differences between a Vacation Bible School and the Islamic Summer Study Week were apparent from the moment I entered the door, starting with the dress code.

(snip)

The youngsters at this Atlanta-area Islamic Center were required to wear Islamic dress, even though the air conditioning was only functioning at a minimal level and the temperature during the days rose into the high 80’s. The boys were clearly more comfortable that the girls; they wore navy pants, and white t-shirts or white polo shirts. Some of the boys wore longer, knee-length navy shorts.

(snip)

I expressed surprise that the young girls especially were willing to wear the hijab, and the director suggested I ask some of the kids to explain their reasons.

Selwa, a cute little five year old with blonde curls escaping from under the headscarf to frame her face, told me “I like to wear it. My mommy wears it too.” I asked her what she liked about it. Her blue eyes were wide as she exclaimed “Cause then bad men won’t kidnap me and hurt me.”

(snip)

She told the kids how to determine when it was appropriate to shout “Allah Akbar”: intimes of great joy, when someone is martyred, or when the Zionists or Kafirs are attacked. She introduced a video, in Arabic, showing scenes from the West Bank, and told the kids to shout “Allah Akbar” when they thought they should.

The kids quickly got the message that when something blew up, or an Israeli soldier was shot that they should shout Allah Akbar. I expressed my concern to Tiffani about children so young being exposed to such violent scenes. Tiffani/Amina assured me that the kids had been watching similar videos since they were two years old, and that they weren’t disturbed in the slightest by them.

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Sure enough the boys were playing jihad. While I watched from the sidelines, the boys drew lots to see who would act as the American airplane. The loser had to pretend he was an American airplane flying around, and then the other boys pretended to attack it by throwing Nerf balls. The “airplane” fell to the ground, and the other boys pounced on it. The “airplane” turned into a pilot and the boys “captured” him. They stood him against a wall, and formed a pretend firing squad. Instead of toy guns, the boys used their multifunctional Nerf balls to execute their prisoner, all the while yelling “Allah Akbar”.

The male teachers, most of whom were in their twenties, stood over at the side of the playground talking to each other, not paying any attention to the activities in which their students were engaged.

I noticed one boy standing over not to far from where I was standing, holding a box against his face. He appeared to be watching the other boys intently. I asked him, in English, what he was doing.

His answer? “I’m the camera man. I’m taping them.”

(more at link)


159 posted on 01/11/2006 7:09:52 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: nw_arizona_granny

Here's my version, posted on the original thread to their announcement:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1553000/posts

Let's do something historic. Let's make 2006 the year we end the the treason in America, and let's join together with women and men from every corner of America to do it!

TODAY, January 5th, I am launching a new campaign called "Americans Say No to Traitors" to bring together US women and men. Our purpose? To tell our leaders - and the world - that American women and men have had enough of the traitorous words and actions in America and we want the traitors to leave America now.

This effort could be truly historic but to succeed, we need your help:

Please FReep the traitors call TODAY: Go to http://www.womensaynotowar.org.
Then forward this call to everyone you can think of in America.
(To forward the Call, cut and paste from below or click here)
Help organize a FReep of the traitors March 8 or join FReepers in Washington DC.
Mark your calendars for Mother's Day, when we'll launch a vigil outside the White House to keep the momentum going to stop the traitors in 2006.
Please join them - and us - in a sending a powerful message that Americans have said "Enough!"


Spread the word -- forward this email to your FRiends!

Women's Call for Peace: An Urgent Appeal

We, the women and men of the United States, have had enough of traitorous words and actions and the cruel attacks on our military around the world. We've buried too many of our loved ones. We've seen too many lives crippled forever by physical and mental wounds. We've watched in horror as our precious resources are poured into dividing the United States while our military's basic needs of support go unmet. We've had enough of seeing the growing cancer of hatred and intolerance seep into our homes and communities.

This is not the world we want for ourselves or our children. With fire in our bellies and love in our hearts, we are rising up to unite and demand an end to the destruction of our country.

We have seen how the works of John Kerry have fueled a movement against it, perpetuating an endless cycle. We are convinced that it is time to shift to model that includes the following elements:

The withdrawal of all traitors from America;
The full representation of the peacemaking process and a commitment to that process;

To move this peace process forward, we are creating a massive movement of women and men - crossing generations, races, ethnicities, religions, borders and political persuasions. Together, we will pressure our government to step forward. And in this era of divisive fundamentalisms, we call upon leaders to join us in spreading the fundamental values of love for the human family and for our precious planet.




160 posted on 01/11/2006 7:48:20 AM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: Taxman

I don't know. I can't find any references as to why he received any medals....

Also, see my post
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1555707/posts?q=1&&page=160#160


161 posted on 01/11/2006 7:50:32 AM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: All

bttt


162 posted on 01/11/2006 8:19:22 AM PST by Landry Fan (No tagline at present.)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
Hey Tonkin ~ why are there so many traitors in the democrat party???
163 posted on 01/11/2006 8:44:13 AM PST by blackie
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To: kristinn

Code Pink is no joke. They actively support our enemies in Iraq. These women playing cutesy games should be taught a lesson by the Justice Department.


164 posted on 01/11/2006 8:48:25 AM PST by popdonnelly
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To: pissant

Oh no, these people have got to be stopped.


165 posted on 01/11/2006 8:49:35 AM PST by citizensgratitude (Our Military, present & past, the Highest example of Brotherhood of Man and doing God's Will)
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To: popdonnelly

It will not be until their own children are being abused by terrorists for them to wake up, maybe not even then.

Even animals have the instinct to save their own offspring.

They are more lowly than animals...(no sarcasm)


166 posted on 01/11/2006 8:54:32 AM PST by citizensgratitude (Our Military, present & past, the Highest example of Brotherhood of Man and doing God's Will)
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To: gate2wire

"'DC CODEPINK along with other peace groups involved in the weekly vigil at Walter Reed recently delivered baskets of goodies to the wounded at Walter Reed."

WTF? I'm curious what kinds of 'goodies' they delivered."

Probably sent the "DIE" card to Joshua Sparling.

They disgust me.


167 posted on 01/11/2006 8:57:21 AM PST by StrangerInParadise (Cold Hearted Libertarian But All Natural!)
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To: Bogey78O
Good morning.
"This is exactly like Vietnam."

During the Vietnam war, Mr. and Mrs. America got all their information from Walter Cronkite and the New York Times. Little Jane and Johnnie America learned what to believe from their professors and the dealers who got them high.

Today we have the Internet and cell phones. Of course we are winning.

Michael Frazier
168 posted on 01/11/2006 9:04:42 AM PST by brazzaville (no surrender no retreat, well, maybe retreat's ok)
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To: kristinn

watch the video at http://capitalnews.org/ under "most watched..." ...rto


169 posted on 01/11/2006 9:06:55 AM PST by visitor (...and the dems wonder why they lost and will continue to lose, good riddance)
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To: tgslTakoma
Murtha probably carried them in himself - bypassing the usual security and screening process.

Why would ANYONE be exempt from security and screening at Walter Reed? I would feel better knowing they have rules that every visitor must adhere to and procedures that every employee must follow.

Every patient has the right to determine who their visitors will or will not be. If they are too incapacitated to make that list, the family has the right. For example, typically patients in ICU have a visitors' list and anyone not on the list may not visit them.

It is not possible to walk in to any major hospital that I know of and impose oneself or one's "gifts" on patients not previously known to the visitor. I would hope that it is even less possible at WR.

This article has got me worried along the lines of WR security.

170 posted on 01/11/2006 9:16:58 AM PST by La Enchiladita (God bless our Troops)
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To: tgslTakoma

Where are his constituents, and the republican party contacts in his district? He needs defeat badly.


171 posted on 01/11/2006 9:22:40 AM PST by 2ndClassCitizen
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To: gate2wire

I'd like to know when..


172 posted on 01/11/2006 10:38:53 AM PST by concretebob (Never argue with an idiot. People watching may not `be able to tell which is which.)
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To: All

Troops rock, Code Pink stinks! Bump.


173 posted on 01/11/2006 11:02:20 AM PST by BillF (Fight terrorists in Iraq & elsewhere, instead of waiting for them to come to America!)
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To: Buffettfan
Murtha is a shameless human being. He is not a fellow Marine in my book.

Ditto. Murtha is a disgusting traitor.

Semper Fi

174 posted on 01/11/2006 11:15:51 AM PST by An Old Marine (Freedom isn't Free)
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To: kristinn

Beyond despicable... What happened to this man to destroy his judgement so?


175 posted on 01/11/2006 11:16:42 AM PST by Libertina
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To: tgslTakoma
I forgot to tell Tarah about their sneaking into events

I covered it when I called.

176 posted on 01/11/2006 11:47:14 AM PST by Just A Nobody (I - LOVE - my attitude problem! WBB lives on. Beware the Enemedia.)
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To: Justanobody

bttt


177 posted on 01/11/2006 11:54:39 AM PST by Landry Fan (No tagline at present.)
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To: kristinn

Murtha is a bag of scum, douche, and pus mixed together.


178 posted on 01/11/2006 12:19:06 PM PST by jjm2111 (---This space intentionally left blank----)
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To: kristinn

Let's hear it for America's best-known FORMER marine!

Does that walking cuckoo clock have an email address?


179 posted on 01/11/2006 12:57:56 PM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Jack Murtha: America's best-known former marine)
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To: kristinn

Rhetorical question: Why is not treason punished in this country?


180 posted on 01/11/2006 1:13:17 PM PST by Chuckster (Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoset)
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To: Chuckster

Non-rhetorical answer: because at the moment the list is mighty long.


181 posted on 01/11/2006 1:53:09 PM PST by Stashiu (RVN, 1969-70)
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To: tgslTakoma

Great work. You are da bombette. Thanks for the inspiration, as usual.


182 posted on 01/11/2006 1:56:35 PM PST by Albion Wilde (America will not run, and we will not forget our responsibilities. – George W. Bush)
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To: jdm

Spread the word, Murtha has met with Terrorist Financers.

Murtha Meets with terrorist Financers to plan strategy.

Murtha is a "Pinko"


183 posted on 01/11/2006 2:47:57 PM PST by LtKerst (Lt Kerst)
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To: freema

Methinks there is some misrepresentation afoot?

#160 is a most excellent post.


184 posted on 01/11/2006 3:15:08 PM PST by Taxman (So that the beautiful pressure does not diminish!)
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To: armymarinedad

Excellent!


185 posted on 01/11/2006 3:17:47 PM PST by Frank_2001
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To: freema

Thank you, good idea.

You must be a very proud mother, lucky to have a Marine for a son.

Hug him for me.


186 posted on 01/11/2006 3:23:26 PM PST by nw_arizona_granny (Socialist=communist,elected to office,paid with your taxes: http://bernie.house.gov/pc/members.asp)
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To: maica

Yes, they should be watched and voted out of office.

I am very sorry that I did not preview it, when posting, when I goof, it is always a large one.

If you have nightmares from the womens list, look at the one in my sig line, commies coming out of the woodwork.

http://bernie.house.gov/pc/members.asp

I hear women call the talk shows in the west, that have to be members of code pink.


187 posted on 01/11/2006 3:33:23 PM PST by nw_arizona_granny (Socialist=communist,elected to office,paid with your taxes: http://bernie.house.gov/pc/members.asp)
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To: Justanobody

you got that right


188 posted on 01/11/2006 4:10:16 PM PST by Landry Fan (No tagline at present.)
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To: nw_arizona_granny

These names are very interesting. I wonder how many of these associations are on the receiving end of government or UN grants other funds. I just did a basic reformat for my own records, but I do not have the patience to add any html for highlighting purposes. There are women in Iraq and Iran on this list!!! I wonder how many actually believe that GWB and the US military are the Great Satan?

&&&&&&&&&
Dear friends, We received this today from a member of the U.S. women's group CODEPINK that opposes the U.S. war in Iraq. Please consider signing it. Hoping for a better year, Rela


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We have an exciting idea we'd like to share with you about mobilizing women around the globe to call for an end to the occupation and the violence in Iraq. With the majority of people in Iraq, the US, the UK and globally opposing this war, now is the time for women to step forward and make our opposition more visible and vocal. On January 5, we will launch the Women Say No To War Campaign, asking women around the world to sign on to the Women’s Call for Peace below. We hope to obtain a minimum of 100,000 signatures by International Women's Day on March 8, 2006, when US and Iraqi women will deliver these signatures to leaders in Washington DC and women around the world will deliver them to US embassies. We would be honored if you would agree to be an initial signer so that we can launch the call on New Years Day with 100 prominent women/women’s organizations. You will be joined by women such as Cindy Sheehan of Gold Star Families for Peace, Kavita Ramdas of Global Fund for Women and Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. By January 1 we will have a new website (www.womensaynotowar.org) where people can sign on and get updates about the campaign. In the meantime, it would be wonderful if you could get back to me directly about your willingness to sign the Call and how you would like to be identified (if necessary, feel free to make your organizational affiliation be “for identification only”).
Happy holidays,
Jodie Evans,
CODEPINK
* those who have already signed are listed below
Women’s Call for Peace: An Urgent Appeal We, the women of the United States, Iraq and women worldwide, have had enough of the senseless war in Iraq and the cruel attacks on civilians around the world. We’ve buried too many of our loved ones. We’ve seen too many lives crippled forever by physical and mental wounds. We’ve watched in horror as our precious resources are poured into war while our families’ basic needs of food, shelter, education and heathcare go unmet. We’ve had enough of living in constant fear of violence and seeing the growing cancer of hatred and intolerance seep into our homes and communities. This is not the world we want for ourselves or our children. With fire in our bellies and love in our hearts, we women are rising up—across borders—to unite and demand an end to the bloodshed and the destruction. We have seen how the foreign occupation of Iraq has fueled an armed movement against it, perpetuating an endless cycle of violence. We are convinced that it is time to shift from a military model to a conflict-resolution model that includes the following elements:
* The withdrawal of all foreign troops and foreign fighters from Iraq;
* Negotiations to reincorporate disenfranchised Iraqis into all aspects of Iraqi society;
* The full representation of women in the peacemaking process and a commitment to women’s full equality in the post-war Iraq;
* A commitment to discard plans for any foreign bases in Iraq;
* Iraqi control of its oil and other resources;
* The nullification of privatization and deregulation laws imposed under occupation, allowing Iraqis to shape the trajectory of the post-war economy;
* A massive reconstruction effort that prioritizes Iraqi contractors, and draws upon financial resources of the countries responsible for the invasion and occupation of Iraq;
* Consideration of a temporary international peacekeeping force thatis truly multilateral and is not composed of any troops from countries that participated in the occupation. To move this peace process forward, we are creating a massive movement of women—crossing generations, races, ethnicities, religions, borders and political persuasions. Together, we will pressure our governments, the United Nations, the Arab League, Nobel Peace Prize winners, religious leaders and others in the international community to step forward to help negotiate a political settlement. And in this era of divisive fundamentalisms, we call upon world leaders to join us in spreading the fundamental values of love for the human family and for our precious planet.
Signed, Lina Abou Habib, President, Collective for Research and Training on Development, Lebanon
Rev. Patricia Ackerman, Episcopal-Muslim Relations Committee
L.Nilgün Aklar, Liberty and Solidarity Party, Turkey
Rana Al-Aiouby, humanitarian aid worker, Iraq
Nadje Al-Ali, Act Together: Women's Action for Iraq, U.K*.
Dr. Intisar Alobady, Iraq
Huwaida Arraf, Co-founder, International Solidarity Movement, Palestine
Claudia Asúnsolo, Civil Society Network, Mexico
Debi Barker, International Director, International Forum on Globalization
Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, The Council of Canadians, Canada
Ellen Barry, Founding Director, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Medea Benjamin, Founding Director, Global Exchange
Phyllis Bennis, policy analyst, Institute for Policy Studies*
Sister Rosalie Bertell, Founder, International Institute of Concern for Public Health, Canada
Tania Bien-Aimé, Executive Director, Equality Now
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., Millionth Circle Initiative
Theresa Bonpane, Executive Director, Office of the Americas
Rev. Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock, Director, Faith Voices for the Common Good
Adrienne Maree Brown, Director, League of Young Voters
Charlotte Bunch, Executive Director, Center for Women's Global Leadership
Martha Burk, President, Center for Advancement of Public Policy
Linda Burnham, Executive Director, Women of Color Resource Center
Leslie Cagan, National Coordinator, United for Peace and Justice*
Mandy Carter, Board, National Black Justice Coalition
Tamara Chicunova, Chief-Coordinator, Mothers Against the Death Penalty and Torture, Uzbekistan
Margaret Cho, Comedian
Sona Chuli-Kuli, journalist, Turkmenistan
Lindsey Collen, LALIT's Women's Commission, Mauritius
Jo Comerford, American Friends Service Committee - Western Massachusetts
Cindy Corrie, President, Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice
Libby Davies, Member of Parliament, Canada
Angela Davis, author
Aya de Leon, performer and writer
Marie Dennis, Director, Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
Mercedes Cruz Diaz, Marcha Mundial de las Mujeres, Perú
Kelly Dougherty, Founding Member, Iraq Veterans Against the War Marta Drury, Director, Heart and Hand Fund
Muriel Duckworth, Former President, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Canada
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, author and activist
Felicia Eaves, Co-Vice Chair, Black Voices for Peace
Barbara Ehrenreich, author
Manal El-Mahdy, Chair, Teen Stuff magazine, Lebanon
Sherifa M. El Tabei, Director, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, American University of Cairo, Egypt
Cynthia Enloe, author
Eve Ensler, playwright, founder of V-Day
Jodie Evans, Co-founder, CODEPINK: Women for Peace
Samina Faheem, Executive Director, American Muslim Voice
Nuri Fernández, Mexican Inititive Against War, Mexico
Laura Flanders, author and Air America Radio host
Josefa Francisco, Executive Director, Women and Gender Institute, Philippines
Kim Gandy, President, National Organization for Women
Rose Gentle, military mom, Stop the War Coalition, UK
Hebatallah S. Sh. Ghali, International Human Rights Laws, American University in Cairo
Terry Greenblatt, Former Executive Director, Bat Shalom
Susan Griffin, author
Rosa Guillén, Grupo Género y Economía, Perú
Roma Guy, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, 1000 Women for Peace
Maren Haartje, Project Manager, 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize
Jennifer Harbury, human rights attorney, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Aileen Clarke Hernandez, Chair, California Women's Agenda
Julia Butterfly Hill, author, activist, founder of Circle of Life
Arlie Hochschild, author
Dolores Huerta, Co-Founder, United Farmworkers
Mary E. Hunt, Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual
Hana Ibrahim, Director, Women’s Will, Iraq
Zina Ibrahim, Iraqi Handicapped Network, Iraq*
Dr. Georgette Ioup, New Orleans American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
Rouane Itani, Media Consultant/Filmmaker
Pramila Jayapal, Founder and Executive Director, Hate Free Zone Washington
Leena Jayaswal, filmmaker
Manar Jibrin, Palestinian Rapprochement Center, Palestine
Dima Jweihan, Legal Consultant, Jordan
Kathy Kelly, Co-Founder, Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Mary Day Kent, Executive Director, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Joanna Kerr, Executive Director, Association for Women's Rights in Development
Mimi Kennedy, Chair, Progressive Democrats of America
Asma Khader, Human Rights Lawyer and Coordinator, Sisterhood is Global Institute, Jordan
Tima Khalil, Owner, Fantascope Productions, Lebanon
Lau Kin Chi, 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize, China and Mongolia
Maxine Hong Kingston, author
Prof. Mehmet Hayri Kirbasoglu, Islamic Studies, Ankara University, Turkey
Naomi Klein, author
Sonali Kolhatkar, Co-Director, Afghan Women's Mission
Melinda Kramer, Co-Director, Women's Global Green Action Network
Rajni Lallah, Secretary, Women’s Liberation Movement, Mauritius
Anne Lamott, author
Ann Lawrence, military mom, Stop the War Coalition, UK
Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Nancy Lessin, Co-Founder, Military Families Speak Out*
Bridget Lew, President, Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics, Singapore
Ishmukhamedova Lyazzat, Leader, Association of Women 'Moldir', Kazakhstan
Bene E Madunagu, General Coordinator, Development Alternatives With Women for A New Era
Molly Murphy MacGregor, Executive Director, National Women's History Project*
Joanna Macy, author
Houzan Mahmoud, U.K. Head, Organization for Womens Freedom in Iraq, U.K.
Hadayai S. Majeed, Muslim Women Political Action Committee*
Shqipe Malushi, Acting Executive Director, Albanian American Women's Organization
Paola Manduca, World March of Women and Mediterranean Women’s Network
Rania Masri, writer and researcher, Lebanon
Eisha Mason, Executive Director, American Friends Service Committee*
Elizabeth Martinez, Chair, Institute for MultiRacial Justice
Makiko Matsumoto, Asia-Japan Women's Resource Center, Japan Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
Betty McLellan, Coalition for a Feminist Agenda, Australia
Maisa Mendonça, Social Network for Justice and Human Rights, Brazil
Mai Masri, Filmmaker and Director, Lebanon
Anuradha Mittal, Executive Director, Oakland Institute
Viloyat Mirzoeva, National Project Manager, UNIFEM, Tajikistan*
Yanar Mohammed, President, Organization of Women's Freedom in Iraq
Natalia Molebatsi, Poet, spoken word artist, South Africa
Gael Murphy, Co-Founder, CODEPINK: Women for Peace
Anne Firth Murray, Founding President, Global Fund for Women
Jumana Musa, international human rights lawyer
Holly Near, singer
Terry O'Neill, Executive Director, National Council of Women's Organizations*
Manal Omar, Country Director, Women for Women International, Iraq*
Margo Okazawa-Rey, Women for Genuine Security*
Maysoon Pachachi, Filmmaker
Rosalind Petchesky, Vice-Chair, Women’s Environment and Development Organization*
Marina Pikulina, Coordinator, 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize, Uzbekistan
Kavita Ramdas, President, Global Fund for Women
Elsa Rassbach, American Voices Abroad Military Project, Germany
Betty Reardon, Founder, International Institute on Peace Education
Anita Roddick, Founder, The Body Shop
Virginia Rodino, U.S. Labor Against the War
Nancy Romer, U.S. Labor Against the War
Simin Royanian, Women for Peace and Justice in Iran
Liliana Ruiz, Campesinos Poriajhú, Argentina
Claudia Samayoa, Human Rights National Movement, Guatemala
Baibonn Sangid, Chairperson, Young Moro Professionals Network, Philippines
Susan Sarandon, actress
Zeina Azzam Seikaly, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University*
Susan Shaer, Executive Director, Women’s Action for New Directions
Stefa Shaler, Phoenix Rising, Iraq
Cindy Sheehan, military mom, Gold Star Families for Peace
Jillian Skeet, International Affairs Consultant, Canada
Alice Slater, Co-Founder, Abolition 2000
Candi Smucker, Owner,
Baksheesh Starhawk, author
Kama Steliga, Executive Director, Lillooet Friendship Centre Society
Jean Stokan, Policy Director, Pax Christi USA
Jan Strout, Board, Jane Addams Peace Association*
Masuda Sultan, Program Director, Women for Afghan Women
Gila Svirsky, Co-Founder, Coalition of Women for Peace, Israel
Karen Tanada, Director, GZO Peace Institute, Philippines
Sara Totonchi, Director of Public Policy, Southern Center for Human Rights
Nina Utne, Chair and CEO, Utne Magazine
Corazon Valdez-Fabros, Iraq Solidarity Campaign, Phillipines
Rebecca Vermot, Project Manager, 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize
Alice Walker, author
Dahlia Wasfi, MD, Iraqi-American doctor
Cora Weiss, President, Hague Appeal for Peace*
Terry Tempest Williams, author
Diane Wilson, author and environmental activist
Patricia Willis, Resource Coordinator, Pacific Campaign for Disarmament & Security*
Theresa Wolfwood, Director, Barnard-Boecker Centre Foundation, Canada
Women Living Under Muslim Laws
Women Rise for Global Peace
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey
World March of Women Ann Wright,
former U.S. Army Colonel and diplomat Peg Yorkin,
Chair and Co-Founder, Feminist Majority June Zeitlin, Executive Director, Women's Environment and Development Organization
Liesbeth Zonneveld, Director, Community, Habitat and Finance International, Yemen
Helen Zughaib, painter
* Organization for identification purposes only.
133 posted on 01/11/2006 6:45:48 AM EST by nw_arizona_granny (Socialist=communist,elected to office,paid with your taxes: http://bernie.house.gov/pc/members.asp)


189 posted on 01/11/2006 4:46:08 PM PST by maica (We are fighting the War for the Free World and the media is not on our side.)
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To: kristinn

Murtha has totally gone 'round the bend. Completely, totally, mad. Kind of like, uh.... Cindy Sheehan


190 posted on 01/11/2006 5:07:24 PM PST by Tom the Redhunter
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To: nw_arizona_granny

You're welcome.

I try not to be too proud : )

I'll hug him for ya, alright!
Thanks!


191 posted on 01/11/2006 6:33:25 PM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: freema

bttt


192 posted on 01/11/2006 6:35:28 PM PST by Landry Fan (No tagline at present.)
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To: Taxman

"Methinks there is some misrepresentation afoot?"

It sure does make one wonder, doesn't it, perhaps Kerry's office has some information.

Thanks, and feel free to give 160 a 380 : )


193 posted on 01/11/2006 6:37:51 PM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: Landry Fan

Some news about Mr. Sparling, eh? Saw a report on the news tonight about a guy who lost half his skull from an IED and the incredible reconstruction done at WR. His parents were with him, and I thought about Mr. Sparling again. I can't help but wonder how on earth these families do this?!


194 posted on 01/11/2006 7:43:10 PM PST by freema (Proud Marine Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: StarFan; Dutchy; alisasny; BobFromNJ; BUNNY2003; Cacique; Clemenza; Coleus; cyborg; DKNY; ...
Contact info for 'Backstabbing' Jack Murtha:

District Office
P.O. Box 780
Johnstown, PA 15907
(814) 535-2642
(814) 539-6229 fax
12th District Toll-free:
(800) 289-2642


Washington, D.C. Office
2423 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2065
(202) 225-5709 fax

Thanks for this info, tgslTakoma!

195 posted on 01/11/2006 10:08:08 PM PST by nutmeg ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." - Hillary Clinton 6/28/04)
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To: JWinNC

The old man is senile.


196 posted on 01/12/2006 5:55:00 AM PST by GW and Twins Pawpaw (Sheepdog for Five [My grandkids are way more important than any lefty's feelings!])
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To: quantim; kristinn

Is Code Pink actually stupid enough to announce that it donated $650,000 to a terrorist group? And why haven't they been prosecuted?

I assume they gave the money to a "charity" run by Islamist terrorists.


197 posted on 01/12/2006 7:08:23 AM PST by AuH2ORepublican (http://auh2orepublican.blogspot.com/)
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To: nutmeg

bump


198 posted on 01/12/2006 7:45:19 AM PST by Landry Fan (I miss Ronnie.)
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To: pctech

Yes I can! And more people should.


199 posted on 01/12/2006 8:38:47 AM PST by farlander
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To: maica

Thank you for fixing the mess that I posted.


200 posted on 01/12/2006 10:13:19 AM PST by nw_arizona_granny (Socialist=communist,elected to office,paid with your taxes: http://bernie.house.gov/pc/members.asp)
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