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MoveOn.org Opposes Prospect of Military Action in Iraq

Win Without War coalition member, MoveOn.org, released the following statement on the possibility of U.S. military intervention in Iraq:

MoveOn Statement Opposing Prospect of Military Action in Iraq

Statement of Anna Galland, executive director of MoveOn.org Civic Action:

“The recent developments in Iraq are the tragic and predictable consequences of George W. Bush’s reckless decision to invade in 2003, which destabilized the region and helped set the stage for Iraq’s troubles today.

“The American people are sick and tired of more than a decade of war in the Middle East. President Obama should reject the use of military force in Iraq, including air strikes. We must not be dragged back into yet another war.

“Additionally, Congress must act now to revoke the 12-year old Authorization for Use of Military Force in Iraq, preventing any president from taking new military action without first getting explicit authorization from Congress.”

 

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR: Friday, 13 June 2014

CONTACT: Doug Gordon : 202-494-5141doug@fitzgibbonmedia.com

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