'Get Out of Iraq. Get Out Afghanistan. Come Home America.'

May 2009
Catholic New Times;5/25/2009, p12
The article presents a statement made by Democrat Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio about a Supplemental Appropriations bill that would continue to finance the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He cites that the bill continues a war, which has cost the lives of many service members. He says that the war in Iraq will cost U.S. citizens and the Iraqi people huge amount of money and many innocent Iraqis have died as a result of the war. He suggests not to tell the U.S. citizens that the war will end by continuing to fund the war.


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