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November 27th, 2008:
Obama team tilts right, Doves keep faith, Politico
Tell Obama to meet with leaders of the peace movement. This petition is linked to change.gov and will be submitted directly to the Obama transition team.
War is SO Over. Check out CODEPINK NYC's "Iraq War Ends" spoof & celebration!
Celebrate the end of the Bush Era at the Presidential Inauguration, Jan 20th.

"Today we become the nation we dream of being, a place where everyone can rise to the level of their true worth, with no false barriers. Today truth triumphs over lies, hope over fear. Today we become the people who can do the great things that are needed to restore health and balance and abundance for all. Today we take the dream and make it real." --Starhawk

An Obama victory is a victory for the peace movement.
It sends a message to the political establishment that being against war is the winning position. War is SO Over. American voters have chosen the candidate who promised to end the Iraq war and to use diplomacy first. But we can't stop now: an Obama administration will need our help to live up to its promises.

Barack Obama has promised to:

  1. End the war in Iraq
  2. Shut Down Guantánamo
  3. Reject the Military Commissions Act
  4. Stop Torture
  5. Work to eliminate nuclear weapons
  6. Hold direct, unconditional talks with Iran.
  7. Abide by Senate approved international treaties.

After 8 long years of the Bush Administration’s lawless ways, we applaud Barack Obama’s vows to bring the United States back into compliance with international law. We ourselves pledge to hold President Obama accountable for fulfilling his promises. These are promises to keep and we will hold him to them! Join us in pledging to hold Obama accountable to his promises. (Read more about Obama's promises here)

The Democratic Party has failed us in the past two years. We need your help to prevent the Democratic machine from swallowing up Obama and his promises of change, hope and an end to the occupation of Iraq.