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December 19, 2007

2013 Is Too Late for California

-- by Dave Johnson

Yesterday: Senate Approves $70 Billion For Iraq-Afghanistan. Earlier this week: Fiscal emergency for California

According to the National Priorities Project, the Iraq War has so far cost California $57,777,700,000

Do you see the connection?

Some of our candidates say they will keep combat troops in Iraq until 2013. The actions of the Congress since the 2006 election proves that we need to pin them down now, before the election. No more benefit of the doubt. We need a clear, indisputable mandate to end the Iraq war in this election. It is costing us too much. It is killing and injuring people, creating a massive number of refugees, forcing people to turn against America, and destroying our financial underpinnings.

2013IsTooLate.com

Posted by Dave Johnson at December 19, 2007 11:15 AM

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