Came back from the Fort Wayne, IN UU church showing of No More Victims and discussion among the 9 folks who came out to watch the film to find this great film forward from Liz in D.C.
I’m so proud to know these women. The courage and stamina they show inspire me.
9 may not sound like a whole bunch but it was pretty good considering that every body and her sister were headed out to watch the fireworks at the end of the 3 Rivers Festival. As I said in my last post…. the Heartland really is heating up for Peace.
Zanne Joi pulled into the driveway of the old family farm today with that beautiful pinkly emblazoned truck of hers. She will certainly add a degree or two to the heat. Bless her for having the ovaries to travel the U.S. from coast to coast helping motivate local peace groups, stirring the pot, and raising the temperature a bit.
Anyway, hope there are at least that many folks (9) at the vigil in front of the Federal Bldg. in FW tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. We will then take a message up to to Sen. Bayh’s office. He votes to fund the war though the majority of the people (even here in the heartland) want us out of Iraq and our troops home now. He won’t meet with CODEPINK Indiana (consistently scheduling with CPI and then canceling– several times over the last few months). His “boys” saw fit to arrest Sue E. for reading the names of the dead U.S. soldiers in front of the Bldg that contains his office in Hammond. Sorta like the three arrested in Fort Wayne for praying for peace in front of Lugar’s office in April. (I guess those in charge want prayer in schools but not in government buildings.)
Evan, we want the troops home now! Even Hillary had the balls to finally say no to the war funding. What happened to yours? Can’t stand up to the power brokers in D.C.?
By the way, Hillary does deserve kudos and perhaps a pink badge of courage for finally realizing the war must end.