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Senator Clinton, Stop the War NOW!

7 February 2007, New York City

Dear Senator Clinton,

We are encouraged to see that your position on the Iraq War is evolving: from outright support, to criticism of how the war is being conducted, to your latest stated opposition to the President’s escalation of the war.   It  is time to honor the results of the last election and the wishes of the hundreds of thousands of people who marched on Washington on January 27th or the nearly 1,000 people that stayed through Monday the 29th to lobby the Congress to exercise its Constitutional power of the purse and cut off funding for the war.

Just last week, you said that if you were elected president, you would end the war in 2009. But what are you doing right NOW to bring this war to an end? A truly meaningful action would be to use your position as our Senator and one of the most powerful Democrats in the government today to oppose further funding for the disastrous war in Iraq by at the very least voting against the 2007 Supplemental bill.

We urge you to take a further step in courage and leadership by joining your fellow legislators in the House of Representatives, Maxine Waters, Barbara Lee, and Lynne Woolsey and submit a companion bill in the Senate to the bill they presented in the House, HR 508.

LET THE WOMEN LEAD.

By so doing, you would be jumpstarting support for a practical measure that would
achieve the wish of the majority of Americans by bringing our troops home.

We cannot wait for the next Administration to end the Iraq war, but must take concrete, practical and effective steps at the present moment.  With your leadership, the people can be mobilized to put pressure on the Congress to pass the legislation we need to bring an orderly and compassionate end to this abominable war.
 
Sincerely,

Alice Slater, Eva-Lee Baird, Jodie Evans, Anne Gibbons, Barbara Harris,
Jenny Heinz, Nancy Kricorian, and THE WOMEN OF CODEPINK NYC

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