Bush Hits New Record Low in the Polls A number of polls released last week show there is no stopping Bush's downward spiral. In a poll from the PEW Research Center, his approval rating has fallen to 38% and only 29% are satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S. The Wall Street Journal and NBC News also released a new poll with a 39% approval rating and only 28% stating they feel the nation is on the right track. And perhaps hardest hitting of all is the latest poll by Fox News, where Bush gets a 40% approval rating.
Keep Up the Pressure - Troops Out of Iraq Considering the data from the polls above, now is the time to keep up the pressure. Join the Million Phone March and contact members of Congress urging them to bring the troops home. Sign the petition from Working For Change, calling on Senators and Representatives to admit the war was a mistake. Pledge to support on those candidates who speak out against the war and occupation.
Citizens Hold Leaders Accountable Members of the group Military Families Against War are holding a Peace Camp on Downing Street protesting the decision to deny them legal aid in their campaign to hold Prime Minister Tony Blair accountable for the Iraq war. In Denmark, a group of 24 have filed a suit against the Danish prime minister for breaching their constitution on two counts.
Meanwhile in the U.S., a poll commissioned by After Downing Street has found that 50% of those surveyed agree that if Bush lied about reasons for going to war, then Congress should consider holding him accountable by impeaching him. Contact your representatives and urge them to move for impeachment.
FEMA Deadline Extended! Thanks to the grassroots efforts to convince FEMA to extend the deadline for victims of hurricane Katrina to register for federal funds, the date has been extended until January 11, 2006.
Cambiare si può – 10 punti per l'Unione Diversi gruppi hanno elaborato dieci punti sui quali chiedono un impegno preciso dell'Unione. Leggi l'appello e firma la petizione.
I soldi dei contribuenti italiani pagano le basi USA Nell'articolo Soldi e indennizzi, così paghiamo le basi Usa apparso sul manifesto, si legge che i contribuenti italiani pagano 400 milioni di Euro all'anno per i costi delle basi statunitensi in Italia.
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Photo of a school in Yemen bombed by Saudi Arabian jets supplied by the U.S. and fueled in the air by the U.S. Air Force.
Tell Trump to STOP THIS CARNAGE, not fuel it! Click here.
Also participate in the CodePink email and/or phone initiative:
Click here to sign a petition, to put an end to the sanctions against Syria - their only effect is to take a terrible toll on the population, causing them to migrate! And click here to see the video by the Italian Committee to lift sanctions against Syria.
Did someone tell you that U.S. military intervention in Iraq was over? Not true: we're at it again. This time the pretext to drop bombs is "curbing ISIS" (which was created by the U.S. in the first place, to overturn al-Malaki in Iraq and then Assad in Syria, and is now out of hand.
Like what happened to "our" creature al Qaeda in Afghanistan). And the death toll continues to rise...
Write your senators and tell them: "Enough! U.S. out!! Iraq has shown it can curb ISIS by itself!"