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Sign the Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime

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Your government, on the basis of outrageous lies, is waging a murderous and utterly illegitimate war in Iraq, with other countries in their sights.

Your government is openly torturing people, and justifying it.

Your government puts people in jail on the merest suspicion, refusing them lawyers, and either holding them indefinitely or deporting them in the dead of night.


Your government is moving each day closer to a theocracy, where a narrow and hateful brand of Christian fundamentalism will rule.

Your government suppresses the science that doesn't fit its religious, political and economic agenda, forcing present and future generations to pay a terrible price.


Your government is moving to deny women here, and all over the world, the right to birth control and abortion.

Your government enforces a culture of greed, bigotry, intolerance and ignorance.

People look at all this and think of Hitler — and they are right to do so. The Bush regime is setting out to radically remake society very quickly, in a fascist way, and for generations to come. We must act now; the future is in the balance.

Millions and millions are deeply disturbed and outraged by this. They recognize the need for a vehicle to express this outrage, yet they cannot find it; politics as usual cannot meet the enormity of the challenge, and people sense this.

There is not going to be some magical "pendulum swing." People who steal elections and believe they're on a "mission from God" will not go without a fight.

There is not going to be some savior from the Democratic Party. This whole idea of putting our hopes and energies into "leaders" who tell us to seek common ground with fascists and religious fanatics is proving every day to be a disaster, and actually serves to demobilize people.

But silence and paralysis are NOT acceptable. That which you will not resist and mobilize to stop, you will learn — or be forced — to accept. There is no escaping it: the whole disastrous course of this Bush regime must be STOPPED. And we must take the responsibility to do it.

And there is a way. We are talking about something on a scale that can really make a huge change in this country and in the world. We need more than fighting Bush's outrages one at a time, constantly losing ground to the whole onslaught. We must, and can, aim to create a political situation where the Bush regime's program is repudiated, where Bush himself is driven from office, and where the whole direction he has been taking society is reversed. We, in our millions, must and can take responsibility to change the course of history.

Acting in this way, we join with and give support and heart to people all over the globe who so urgently need and want this regime to be stopped.

This will not be easy. If we speak the truth, they will try to silence us. If we act, they will try to stop us. But we speak for the majority, here and around the world, and as we get this going we are going to reach out to the people who have been so badly fooled by Bush and we are NOT going to stop.

The point is this: history is full of examples where people who had right on their side fought against tremendous odds and were victorious. And it is also full of examples of people passively hoping to wait it out, only to get swallowed up by a horror beyond what they ever imagined. The future is unwritten. WHICH ONE WE GET IS UP TO US.

Endorsers of the Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime Include:

Imam Talib Abdur-Rashid, Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood
James Abourezk
Mumia Abu-Jamal
ACT UP, NYC
Pam Africa
Vicente Alba, Laborers Union Local 108, New York
Allison Aimee
Aris Anagnos
Anti-Flag
Arab American Community Coalition
Carlos Arango, Director, Casa Aztlan*
Edward Asner
Axis of Justice
Rosa Ayala, Justice for Janitors*
Russell Banks
Father Luis Barrios, Iglesia San Romero de Las Americas, NYC
Rev. Willie Barrow, Women Connecting*
Ed Begley Jr.
Harry Belafonte
Medea Benjamin
Dave Berenson, Cleveland US Green Party
Michael Berg, anti-war activist
Jessica Blank, writer & actor
William Blum
Joan Bokaer, founder, Theocracy Watch
Blase Bokaer, author
Bob Bossie, SCJ, 8th Day Center for Justice*
Father Roy Bourgeois
St. Clair Bourne, filmmaker
Elombe Brath, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, NYC
Catharina Breinholt, musician with Nina Hagen
Carol Brightman, author of Total Insecurity
Dennis Brutus, Center for the Study of Human Rights
Gabriel Byrne
Campus Anti-War Network (CAN)
Rosemary Candelario, pro-choice activist
Tim Carpenter, Dir., Progressive Democrats of America
Chicago ADAPT
CHOICE USA
Ward Churchill
Margaret Cho
Ward Churchill
Citizens For Legitimate Government
Kate Clinton
David Cobb, 2004 Green Party Pres. Candidate
Code Pink: Women for Peace
Gerry Cohen, Hollywood Director
US Rep. John Conyers Jr.
Harry T. Cook II, Recor, St. Andrews Episcopal Church
Irwin Corey, comedian
Carlos Cornier, percussionist, Funkadesi, Old Town School of Folk
Barry Crimmins, Air America contributor & correspondent
Chris Crutcher, children's book author
Culture Clash
Charles W. Dahm, Pastor, St. Pius V, Chicago
Chris Daly, SF Board of Supervisors
DC Anti-War Network
Rev. Greg Dell, Broadway United Methodist Church
Democrats.com
John Densmore
Jesse Daz Jr.
Diane DiPrima, beat poet
Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party
Leonard Dominguez, Candidate for Cook County Commissioner, IL
Dominican Women's Development Center
Ariel Dorfman, writer
Tom Duane, NY State Senator
Michael Eric Dyson
Steve Earle
Niles Eldredge, curator of Natural History Museum
Edwin Ellis, President of Veterans for Peace, LA*
Daniel Ellsberg, author of The Pentagon Papers
Eve Ensler
Martin Espada, poet
Michelle Esrick, actress, filmmaker
Donelle Estey, Artists Against the War
Christian Ettinger, ex. producer of The Weather Underground
Jodie Evans, Code Pink
Samina Faheem Fundas, American Muslim Voice*
Nina Felshin, curator, writer
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Ralph Fertig, president of Humanitarian Law Project
Rev. John Fife
Jane Fonda
Barbara Forrest, prof. Southeastern Louisiana Univ. (testified in Dover against intelligent design)
Francis Fox Piven
Michael Franti, musician
Aaron Freeman, comedian
reg e. Gaines, poet & playwright
Martin Garbus, attorney
Deborah Glick, NY State Assemblywoman
Global Justice and Peace Ministries, Riverside Church
Frances Goldin, literary agent
Bill Goodman, Center for Constitutional Rights
Sam Greenlee, filmmaker & poet
Andr Gregory, theater director
Andy Griggs, Exec. Board of United Teachers of LA
Jose Guerrero, artist & muralist, Chicago
Lawrence Guyot, former SNCC member and former Chairman of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
Nina Hagen, singer, "mother of punk"
Paul Haggis, film director, "Crash"
Haitian Coalition for Justice
Sam Hamill, Poets Against War*
Suheir Hammad, poet
Kathleen Hanna, Le Tigre
David Harris, writer, founder of The Resistance*
Stephen Hays, Board of Woodstock Film Festival
John Heard, actor
Jon Hendricks, artist
Jon Hendrix, jazz singer/lyricist
Hermandad Mexicana
Warren Hern, MD, MPH, PhD, Dir. Boulder Abortion Clinic
Eric Hilton, musician, Thievery Corporation
Hip Hop Caucus
Merle Hoffman
Rev. Robert M. Hollum, pastor, Lutheran Place
Dorothy Hoobler, author
Marie Howe, poet & writer
Impeach Bush Coalition
Mesha Monge Irizarry, Idriss Stelley Foundation
Abdeen Jabara, past pres., American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Com.*
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
Ron Jacobs, writer
Bianca Jagger, actress & activist
Dahr Jamail, independent journalist
Pramila Jayapal, Exec. Dir., Hate Free Zone Washington
Alan Jones, Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College*
Bill T. Jones, choreographer
Rickie Lee Jones
Sarah Jones, poet & actor
Esther Kaplan, author of With God On Their Side
Brig. Gen. (ret) Janis Karpinski
Casey Kasem
Jeff Key, Iraq war veteran and writer, "The Eyes of Babylon"
Ali Khan, America Muslim Council
Margot Kidder, actress
C. Clark Kissinger
Frances Kissling, president, Catholics for a Free Choice*
Yuri Kochiyama
Rev. Earl Kooperkamp, St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Ron Kovic, author & Vietnam Veteran
Joyce Kozloff, artist
Jonathan Kozol
Reona Kumagai, Pres. of Princeton Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Jim Lafferty, Exec. Director of the NLG of LA
Ray Laforest, organizer DC 1707 AFSCME, member Pacifica National Board
Beth Lamont
Jessica Lange, actress
Lewis Lapham, former editor of Harpers
Mark Leno, CA State Assemblyman
Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor, Tikkun magazine
James Levin, co-director, Cleveland Festival of Arts & Technology (Ingenuity)
Philip Levine, poet, Pulitzer Prize winner
Simon Levy, dir., What I Heard About Iraq
Toby Devan Lewis
Bruce Lincoln, prof., History of Religion, Univ. of Chicago
Margarita Lopez, NY City Council Member
Alberto Lovera, Bolivian Circle New York
George Lois
Haki R. Madhubuti, publisher, Third World Press

Devorah Major, poet & novelist
Make the Road by Walking
Mike Malloy, syndicated radio talk show host
Lucinda Marshall, founder, Feminist Peace Network*
Bill Martin, philosopher
Bill Martinez, attorney, producer (Audioslave concert in Cuba)
Luis Matos, union organizer, 1199
Father Matthius, Pastor, St. Pius V, Chicago
Malachy McCourt, actor & author
US Rep. Cynthia McKinney
Peter McLaren, UCLA Prof.
Ellen McLaughlin, actress & playwright
Camilo Majia, conscientious objector
Rosie Mendez, New York City Council
Dave Meserve, Arcata, CA City Council member
Allen Michaan, owner, Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, CA
Carol Migden, CA State Senator
Carly Miller, Clothing of the American Mind
Mark Crispin Miller
Millions More Movement, Pittsburg/Antioch CA org.
Ross Markarimi
Bill Mitchell, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace*
Leon Mobley, musician
Alderman Joe Moore, Chicago's City Council
Tom Morello, Audioslave
Tracie Morris, poet
Viggo Mortensen
Andrew Mu-ana, Images Sal-n, East LA
Roger Mumford, Forefront Homes LLC
Andrew Munana, Images Salon
Steve Murphy, editor of Tales of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Cecil Murray, retired Minister First AME Church, LA
Craig Murray, former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan
National Lawyers Guild, National Office
Amando Navarro, Chair of Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Network in Solidarity with the People of the Philippines
Bill Nevins
Northwestern College Feminists
Not In Our Name
Mike and Julie Nussbaum
Susan Nussbaum
Efia Nwangaza, national co-chair, Jericho Movement
Brian O'Leary, PhD, author, former astronaut
Bertell Ollman, prof., Dept. of Politics, NYU
R. Tomas Olmos, Pres., Mexican-American BA Found., LA County
Barbara Olshansky, Center for Constitutional Rights
E. Rendel Osburn, Southern Christian Leadership Foundation
Outernational
Chris Owens, Congressional candidate
US Rep. Major Owens
Ozomatli
Jose Padilla, exec. Dir., CA Rural Legal Assistance*
Christina Page, author of How The Pro-Choice Movement Saved America
Grace Paley, writer
Patrick Henry Democratic Club
Harvey Pekar, American Splendor cartoonist
Sean Penn
Bill Perkins, New York City Council
Rosalind Petchesky, author, Abortion and a Woman's Choice
Peter Phillips, Project Censored, Soc. Dept. Sonoma State Univ.
Jeremy Pikser, screenwriter, Bulworth
Harold Pinter
Sterling Plumpp, poet
Port Townsend Peace Movement
Kevin Powell, writer
Progressive Democrats of America
Francine Prose, novelist
Puerto Rican Nationalist Party New York Branch
Queers for Economic Justice
Jerry Quickley, poet & playwright
Malik Rahim, New Orleans Community Organizer
Victor Toro Ramirez, activista en el Sur del Bronx
Michael Ratner, Center for Constitutional Rights*
Reach Hip Hop Coalition
Raghava Reddy, stem cell biologist, filmmaker
Maggie Renzi, filmmaker, producer
Eric Resnick, Gay Peopl's Chronicle* reporter
Allan Rich, screenwriter & actor
Walter Riley, lawyer
Boots Riley, The Coup
Scott Ritter, former UN weapons inspector
Dennis Rivera
Rhadames Rivera, 1199 SEIU Vice President
Stephen F. Rhode, Attorney
Joshua Rosenblum, Composer, Dir. of Bush is Bad
Mark Ruffalo, actor
US Rep. Bobby Rush
Douglas Rushkoff, author
Stafan Sagmeister, graphic designer
Kalamu Salaam, Listen to the People
Angelica Salas, exec. dir. CHIRLA
JD Samson, Le Tigre
San Francisco Bay View Newspaper
Sonia Sanchez, poet
Rev. Henry Sanders, Fountain of Life Missionary Baptist Church
Sapphire, poet & writer
Susan Sarandon
John Sayles, filmmaker
James Schamus
Sheley Secrest, attorney, Pres. of NAACP Seattle-King County
Rinku Sen, Colorlines*
Rafael Sencion, Sec. Gen., Congreso Nacional Dominicano
Richard Serra, sculptor
Stephen Shapiro, professor
Rev. Al Sharpton
Lou Shaw, writer, creator of Quincy MD
Cindy Sheehan, Gold Star Families for Peace
Martin Sheen
Stanley Sheinbaum, economist
Michael Steven Smith, writer, lawyer, & radio host
Gary Soto, children's book author
Nancy Spero, artist
Dona Spring, Berkeley City Council member
Gloria Steinem
Lynne Stewart, attorney
Jed Stone, attorney
Fernando Suarez del Solar, Guerrera Azteca Project, father of US marine killed in Iraq war
Malcolm Suber, People's Hurricane Relief Fund
David Swanson, After Downing Street
Serj Tankian
Jonathan Tasini
Mark Lewis Taylor, Princeton Theological Seminary
Sunsara Taylor, Revolution newspaper
Studs Terkel
Juan Torres
Marrianne Torres, Peace & Justice Action League, Spokane*
Dwight Trible, jazz vocalist
Mark Trumeo
George Tuttle & Ben Cushman, grapegrowers
Gore Vidal
Kurt Vonnegut
Mike Vorndran, pres. of Stonewall Young Democrats
Alice Walker
Naomi Wallace
Lt. Ehren Watada
US Rep. Maxine Waters
Wavy Gravy
Leonard Weinglass, attorney
Rev. Dave Weissbard, Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockford, IL
Timberlake Werternbaker, playwright
Cornel West
Rev. Phil Wheaton, Co-pastor, Community of Christ, Wash. DC
Susan Wicklund, abortion provider
Joan Wile, Dir. of Grandmothers Against War
Saul Williams, poet
Standish E. Willis, Nat. Conf. of Black Lawyers
S. Brian Wilson, Veterans for Peace
Krzysztof Wodiczko, artist
Ann Wright, former US diplomat
Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies
Peter Yarrow
Leeland Y. Yee, Speaker pro Tem, CA State Assembly
Juanita Young, October 22nd Coalition*
David Zeiger, filmmaker, Sir, No Sir!
Zephyr, graffiti artist & writer
Robert Zevin, Robert Brooke Zevin Associates, Inc.
Howard Zinn
Dave Zirin, What's My Name, Fool? Sports & Resistance in the US

Look at the names on this list, and then read below, about what they think of the Democrats.....
http://worldcantwait.net/index.php?o...d=11&Itemid=20
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Here's what they think of Democrat!!!

Q: But isn't getting the Democrats elected and getting a majority in Congress the only real way to stop Bush?

A: Stop him from doing what?

From invading Iran? The Democrats support Bush on Iran.

From outlawing abortion? The Democrats are running anti-choice candidates for the Senate.

From carrying out repression? The Democrats voted overwhelmingly to support the Patriot Act and have done nothing to stop the illegal spying on millions of people.

From conducting the war in Iraq? Even Ned Lamont only promises withdrawal "a year from now" and he's already hedged on that - and the rest of the Democrats are doing far worse.

Our Call tells it like it is: "There is not going to be some savior from the Democratic Party. This whole idea of putting our hopes and energies into 'leaders' who tell us to seek common ground with fascists and religious fanatics is proving every day to be a disaster, and actually serves to demobilize people."

The situation is way too urgent to allow yourself to be lulled. The reality is this: without the whole political situation being radically altered by people in this country taking responsibility to act, the current fascistic direction will accelerate. Without decisively breaking out of the confines of official politics without refusing to take orders from the likes of Charles Schumer and the other top Democrats without refusing to set an entirely different and radically new dynamic from below, we are headed from this dark time to an even darker one. But if we do set that dynamic from below, then everyone in society -- including those on the top who today make horrific decisions unchallenged -- will be forced to respond to that.

Look, go ahead and vote if you think you must. But the question is where are you going to put your resources and energies? Into something that has disappointed you time and again? Something that doesn't even represent your demands and interests? Or into something that you not only agree with, but that carries the only chance now before us to carve out a different road and a different future? Think of what it will mean for the people of Lebanon, for the survivors of Katrina, for the immigrants under attack, and for the rest of the planet to know that there is a massive and determined movement of people in the United States taking to the streets in cities and towns across the country to demand this be brought to a halt. Imagine the start of a new dynamic-- actions producing headlines reading: "Anti-Bush Protests Continue to Bring Cities to a Standstill across the Country." What if THIS were injected into the regular string of shocking atrocities and monstrous crimes being carried out by the Bush regime?

Face it. The political will of the people is not going to find expression through the elections. Look at the state of official politics and how unacceptable the whole process and logic is. There is no other way this fall for people to make manifestly clear that they want the war ended, that they want the right of abortion protected, that they think torture is completely immoral and unacceptable, that they regard a government that abandons and then uproots the Black population of New Orleans as unconscionable. There is no other way to affirm that evolution and global warming are truths that must be acted upon, no way to voice that living under a government that engages in detaining people without trial, spies on its citizens, summarily terminates basic constitutional protections such as due process, and silences dissent is well on its way to becoming a police state -- and that all this must be stopped. And there is no other way to make powerfully clear that we refuse to be dragged into yet another hellish war and nightmarish political situation, this time with Iran!
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Q: But aren't there communists in World Can't Wait?

A: Yeah, there are. Supporters of the Revolutionary Communist Party helped initiate it. They're in it because they think it's absolutely urgent to get rid of this regime, that it would both lift a huge burden from the world and would also give people a sense of their own potential power, and they think all that would open up avenues to get to the kind of society they want. Same as a whole lot of other people in World Can't Wait which, by the way, includes Greens, Christians, Republicans, anarchists, Muslims, Jews, feminists, Democrats, pacifists, and people who claim no affiliation also think it's urgent to drive out the Bush Regime and also think it can help lead to bigger changes that they want in society, coming from their own viewpoints. But to turn the question around, if you refuse to pitch in to October 5th, when you know that this is what has to be done just because there are communists in it, then you need to think about how well that worked back in the days of McCarthy or in Nazi Germany (when the many forces opposed to Hitler could not find the ways to unite). And how exactly would you explain your particular brand of "abstinence-only" policy to a prisoner at Abu Ghraib or a teenager in Tennessee who desperately needs an abortion or someone under the bombing rubble of Falluja or Lebanon? And then after you think about that, you need to actually start working on October 5. To stand aside at this point is really unconscionable.
http://worldcantwait.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2160&Ite mid=2

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Oh, well - I'll go along with THIS much of it, anyway:

"Millions and millions are deeply disturbed...".

The desperation level is increasing; these assholes are beginning to get a sense of their growing irrelevance, and are calling for open revolt. "The will of the people", indeed! That's just it - the people are seeing them for the hysterical wack-jobs they are. They're done - they know it - and they don't like it.

Some of the signatories provided points of interest, though: Mumia. Jane Fonda. Ed Begley, Jr.. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Martin Sheen, predictably enough.

But... Casey Kasom??!! In the name of God, no - not Casey Kasom!!!
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Oh, well - I'll go along with THIS much of it, anyway:

"Millions and millions are deeply disturbed...".

The desperation level is increasing; these assholes are beginning to get a sense of their growing irrelevance, and are calling for open revolt. "The will of the people", indeed! That's just it - the people are seeing them for the hysterical wack-jobs they are. They're done - they know it - and they don't like it.

Some of the signatories provided points of interest, though: Mumia. Jane Fonda. Ed Begley, Jr.. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Martin Sheen, predictably enough.

But... Casey Kasom??!! In the name of God, no - not Casey Kasom!!!


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You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Stephanie again.

Great find, Stephanie - I owe ya one!
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But... Casey Kasom??!! In the name of God, no - not Casey Kasom!!!
Keep your feet on the ground, and keep your head up your ass. I'm Casey Kasem.
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....Howard Zinn....
He authored a "text book" called "The Peoples History of the US" and is trouted by elitist liberal educators (my son's HS history teacher included) as one of the greatest historians ever.
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This will not be easy. If we speak the truth, they will try to silence us. If we act, they will try to stop us. But we speak for the majority, here and around the world, and as we get this going we are going to reach out to the people who have been so badly fooled by Bush and we are NOT going to stop.
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So what. exactly, are they going to do? Say "BOO"?
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The majority of voters in this country got it ABSOLUTELY right when they re-elected GWB.

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Keep your feet on the ground, and keep your head up your ass. I'm Casey Kasem.


Say what!...You are Casey Kasem? naw he is up there with '**** Clark' and 'Wolfman Jack' even though he has Arabian blood lines...lol... 'C'mon little girl let me take you on a' "Magic Carpet Ride" Who did that song name it and ya get a free pass to?:scratch: (the now defunct POP) he he he

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Now come on dmp....You know all us from the red state's who voted for President Bush, are just to dumb to know what or who we were voting for....

So of course we need these elitist from the blue state's, communist loving liberals to bail our asses out, from this Regime...

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This group is associated with the Communist!

Your government, on the basis of outrageous lies, is waging a murderous and utterly illegitimate war in Iraq, with other countries in their sights.

Your government is openly torturing people, and justifying it.

Your government puts people in jail on the merest suspicion, refusing them lawyers, and either holding them indefinitely or deporting them in the dead of night.


Your government is moving each day closer to a theocracy, where a narrow and hateful brand of Christian fundamentalism will rule.

Your government suppresses the science that doesn't fit its religious, political and economic agenda, forcing present and future generations to pay a terrible price.


Your government is moving to deny women here, and all over the world, the right to birth control and abortion.

Your government enforces a culture of greed, bigotry, intolerance and ignorance.

People look at all this and think of Hitler — and they are right to do so. The Bush regime is setting out to radically remake society very quickly, in a fascist way, and for generations to come. We must act now; the future is in the balance.

Millions and millions are deeply disturbed and outraged by this. They recognize the need for a vehicle to express this outrage, yet they cannot find it; politics as usual cannot meet the enormity of the challenge, and people sense this.

There is not going to be some magical "pendulum swing." People who steal elections and believe they're on a "mission from God" will not go without a fight.

There is not going to be some savior from the Democratic Party. This whole idea of putting our hopes and energies into "leaders" who tell us to seek common ground with fascists and religious fanatics is proving every day to be a disaster, and actually serves to demobilize people.

But silence and paralysis are NOT acceptable. That which you will not resist and mobilize to stop, you will learn — or be forced — to accept. There is no escaping it: the whole disastrous course of this Bush regime must be STOPPED. And we must take the responsibility to do it.

And there is a way. We are talking about something on a scale that can really make a huge change in this country and in the world. We need more than fighting Bush's outrages one at a time, constantly losing ground to the whole onslaught. We must, and can, aim to create a political situation where the Bush regime's program is repudiated, where Bush himself is driven from office, and where the whole direction he has been taking society is reversed. We, in our millions, must and can take responsibility to change the course of history.

Acting in this way, we join with and give support and heart to people all over the globe who so urgently need and want this regime to be stopped.

This will not be easy. If we speak the truth, they will try to silence us. If we act, they will try to stop us. But we speak for the majority, here and around the world, and as we get this going we are going to reach out to the people who have been so badly fooled by Bush and we are NOT going to stop.

The point is this: history is full of examples where people who had right on their side fought against tremendous odds and were victorious. And it is also full of examples of people passively hoping to wait it out, only to get swallowed up by a horror beyond what they ever imagined. The future is unwritten. WHICH ONE WE GET IS UP TO US.

Endorsers of the Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime Include:

Imam Talib Abdur-Rashid, Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood
James Abourezk
Mumia Abu-Jamal
ACT UP, NYC
Pam Africa
Vicente Alba, Laborers Union Local 108, New York
Allison Aimee
Aris Anagnos
Anti-Flag
Arab American Community Coalition
Carlos Arango, Director, Casa Aztlan*
Edward Asner
Axis of Justice
Rosa Ayala, Justice for Janitors*
Russell Banks
Father Luis Barrios, Iglesia San Romero de Las Americas, NYC
Rev. Willie Barrow, Women Connecting*
Ed Begley Jr.
Harry Belafonte
Medea Benjamin
Dave Berenson, Cleveland US Green Party
Michael Berg, anti-war activist
Jessica Blank, writer & actor
William Blum
Joan Bokaer, founder, Theocracy Watch
Blase Bokaer, author
Bob Bossie, SCJ, 8th Day Center for Justice*
Father Roy Bourgeois
St. Clair Bourne, filmmaker
Elombe Brath, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, NYC
Catharina Breinholt, musician with Nina Hagen
Carol Brightman, author of Total Insecurity
Dennis Brutus, Center for the Study of Human Rights
Gabriel Byrne
Campus Anti-War Network (CAN)
Rosemary Candelario, pro-choice activist
Tim Carpenter, Dir., Progressive Democrats of America
Chicago ADAPT
CHOICE USA
Ward Churchill
Margaret Cho
Ward Churchill
Citizens For Legitimate Government
Kate Clinton
David Cobb, 2004 Green Party Pres. Candidate
Code Pink: Women for Peace
Gerry Cohen, Hollywood Director
US Rep. John Conyers Jr.
Harry T. Cook II, Recor, St. Andrews Episcopal Church
Irwin Corey, comedian
Carlos Cornier, percussionist, Funkadesi, Old Town School of Folk
Barry Crimmins, Air America contributor & correspondent
Chris Crutcher, children's book author
Culture Clash
Charles W. Dahm, Pastor, St. Pius V, Chicago
Chris Daly, SF Board of Supervisors
DC Anti-War Network
Rev. Greg Dell, Broadway United Methodist Church
Democrats.com
John Densmore
Jesse Daz Jr.
Diane DiPrima, beat poet
Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party
Leonard Dominguez, Candidate for Cook County Commissioner, IL
Dominican Women's Development Center
Ariel Dorfman, writer
Tom Duane, NY State Senator
Michael Eric Dyson
Steve Earle
Niles Eldredge, curator of Natural History Museum
Edwin Ellis, President of Veterans for Peace, LA*
Daniel Ellsberg, author of The Pentagon Papers
Eve Ensler
Martin Espada, poet
Michelle Esrick, actress, filmmaker
Donelle Estey, Artists Against the War
Christian Ettinger, ex. producer of The Weather Underground
Jodie Evans, Code Pink
Samina Faheem Fundas, American Muslim Voice*
Nina Felshin, curator, writer
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Ralph Fertig, president of Humanitarian Law Project
Rev. John Fife
Jane Fonda
Barbara Forrest, prof. Southeastern Louisiana Univ. (testified in Dover against intelligent design)
Francis Fox Piven
Michael Franti, musician
Aaron Freeman, comedian
reg e. Gaines, poet & playwright
Martin Garbus, attorney
Deborah Glick, NY State Assemblywoman
Global Justice and Peace Ministries, Riverside Church
Frances Goldin, literary agent
Bill Goodman, Center for Constitutional Rights
Sam Greenlee, filmmaker & poet
Andr Gregory, theater director
Andy Griggs, Exec. Board of United Teachers of LA
Jose Guerrero, artist & muralist, Chicago
Lawrence Guyot, former SNCC member and former Chairman of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
Nina Hagen, singer, "mother of punk"
Paul Haggis, film director, "Crash"
Haitian Coalition for Justice
Sam Hamill, Poets Against War*
Suheir Hammad, poet
Kathleen Hanna, Le Tigre
David Harris, writer, founder of The Resistance*
Stephen Hays, Board of Woodstock Film Festival
John Heard, actor
Jon Hendricks, artist
Jon Hendrix, jazz singer/lyricist
Hermandad Mexicana
Warren Hern, MD, MPH, PhD, Dir. Boulder Abortion Clinic
Eric Hilton, musician, Thievery Corporation
Hip Hop Caucus
Merle Hoffman
Rev. Robert M. Hollum, pastor, Lutheran Place
Dorothy Hoobler, author
Marie Howe, poet & writer
Impeach Bush Coalition
Mesha Monge Irizarry, Idriss Stelley Foundation
Abdeen Jabara, past pres., American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Com.*
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
Ron Jacobs, writer
Bianca Jagger, actress & activist
Dahr Jamail, independent journalist
Pramila Jayapal, Exec. Dir., Hate Free Zone Washington
Alan Jones, Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College*
Bill T. Jones, choreographer
Rickie Lee Jones
Sarah Jones, poet & actor
Esther Kaplan, author of With God On Their Side
Brig. Gen. (ret) Janis Karpinski
Casey Kasem
Jeff Key, Iraq war veteran and writer, "The Eyes of Babylon"
Ali Khan, America Muslim Council
Margot Kidder, actress
C. Clark Kissinger
Frances Kissling, president, Catholics for a Free Choice*
Yuri Kochiyama
Rev. Earl Kooperkamp, St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Ron Kovic, author & Vietnam Veteran
Joyce Kozloff, artist
Jonathan Kozol
Reona Kumagai, Pres. of Princeton Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Jim Lafferty, Exec. Director of the NLG of LA
Ray Laforest, organizer DC 1707 AFSCME, member Pacifica National Board
Beth Lamont
Jessica Lange, actress
Lewis Lapham, former editor of Harpers
Mark Leno, CA State Assemblyman
Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor, Tikkun magazine
James Levin, co-director, Cleveland Festival of Arts & Technology (Ingenuity)
Philip Levine, poet, Pulitzer Prize winner
Simon Levy, dir., What I Heard About Iraq
Toby Devan Lewis
Bruce Lincoln, prof., History of Religion, Univ. of Chicago
Margarita Lopez, NY City Council Member
Alberto Lovera, Bolivian Circle New York
George Lois
Haki R. Madhubuti, publisher, Third World Press

Devorah Major, poet & novelist
Make the Road by Walking
Mike Malloy, syndicated radio talk show host
Lucinda Marshall, founder, Feminist Peace Network*
Bill Martin, philosopher
Bill Martinez, attorney, producer (Audioslave concert in Cuba)
Luis Matos, union organizer, 1199
Father Matthius, Pastor, St. Pius V, Chicago
Malachy McCourt, actor & author
US Rep. Cynthia McKinney
Peter McLaren, UCLA Prof.
Ellen McLaughlin, actress & playwright
Camilo Majia, conscientious objector
Rosie Mendez, New York City Council
Dave Meserve, Arcata, CA City Council member
Allen Michaan, owner, Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, CA
Carol Migden, CA State Senator
Carly Miller, Clothing of the American Mind
Mark Crispin Miller
Millions More Movement, Pittsburg/Antioch CA org.
Ross Markarimi
Bill Mitchell, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace*
Leon Mobley, musician
Alderman Joe Moore, Chicago's City Council
Tom Morello, Audioslave
Tracie Morris, poet
Viggo Mortensen
Andrew Mu-ana, Images Sal-n, East LA
Roger Mumford, Forefront Homes LLC
Andrew Munana, Images Salon
Steve Murphy, editor of Tales of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Cecil Murray, retired Minister First AME Church, LA
Craig Murray, former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan
National Lawyers Guild, National Office
Amando Navarro, Chair of Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside
Network in Solidarity with the People of the Philippines
Bill Nevins
Northwestern College Feminists
Not In Our Name
Mike and Julie Nussbaum
Susan Nussbaum
Efia Nwangaza, national co-chair, Jericho Movement
Brian O'Leary, PhD, author, former astronaut
Bertell Ollman, prof., Dept. of Politics, NYU
R. Tomas Olmos, Pres., Mexican-American BA Found., LA County
Barbara Olshansky, Center for Constitutional Rights
E. Rendel Osburn, Southern Christian Leadership Foundation
Outernational
Chris Owens, Congressional candidate
US Rep. Major Owens
Ozomatli
Jose Padilla, exec. Dir., CA Rural Legal Assistance*
Christina Page, author of How The Pro-Choice Movement Saved America
Grace Paley, writer
Patrick Henry Democratic Club
Harvey Pekar, American Splendor cartoonist
Sean Penn
Bill Perkins, New York City Council
Rosalind Petchesky, author, Abortion and a Woman's Choice
Peter Phillips, Project Censored, Soc. Dept. Sonoma State Univ.
Jeremy Pikser, screenwriter, Bulworth
Harold Pinter
Sterling Plumpp, poet
Port Townsend Peace Movement
Kevin Powell, writer
Progressive Democrats of America
Francine Prose, novelist
Puerto Rican Nationalist Party New York Branch
Queers for Economic Justice
Jerry Quickley, poet & playwright
Malik Rahim, New Orleans Community Organizer
Victor Toro Ramirez, activista en el Sur del Bronx
Michael Ratner, Center for Constitutional Rights*
Reach Hip Hop Coalition
Raghava Reddy, stem cell biologist, filmmaker
Maggie Renzi, filmmaker, producer
Eric Resnick, Gay Peopl's Chronicle* reporter
Allan Rich, screenwriter & actor
Walter Riley, lawyer
Boots Riley, The Coup
Scott Ritter, former UN weapons inspector
Dennis Rivera
Rhadames Rivera, 1199 SEIU Vice President
Stephen F. Rhode, Attorney
Joshua Rosenblum, Composer, Dir. of Bush is Bad
Mark Ruffalo, actor
US Rep. Bobby Rush
Douglas Rushkoff, author
Stafan Sagmeister, graphic designer
Kalamu Salaam, Listen to the People
Angelica Salas, exec. dir. CHIRLA
JD Samson, Le Tigre
San Francisco Bay View Newspaper
Sonia Sanchez, poet
Rev. Henry Sanders, Fountain of Life Missionary Baptist Church
Sapphire, poet & writer
Susan Sarandon
John Sayles, filmmaker
James Schamus
Sheley Secrest, attorney, Pres. of NAACP Seattle-King County
Rinku Sen, Colorlines*
Rafael Sencion, Sec. Gen., Congreso Nacional Dominicano
Richard Serra, sculptor
Stephen Shapiro, professor
Rev. Al Sharpton
Lou Shaw, writer, creator of Quincy MD
Cindy Sheehan, Gold Star Families for Peace
Martin Sheen
Stanley Sheinbaum, economist
Michael Steven Smith, writer, lawyer, & radio host
Gary Soto, children's book author
Nancy Spero, artist
Dona Spring, Berkeley City Council member
Gloria Steinem
Lynne Stewart, attorney
Jed Stone, attorney
Fernando Suarez del Solar, Guerrera Azteca Project, father of US marine killed in Iraq war
Malcolm Suber, People's Hurricane Relief Fund
David Swanson, After Downing Street
Serj Tankian
Jonathan Tasini
Mark Lewis Taylor, Princeton Theological Seminary
Sunsara Taylor, Revolution newspaper
Studs Terkel
Juan Torres
Marrianne Torres, Peace & Justice Action League, Spokane*
Dwight Trible, jazz vocalist
Mark Trumeo
George Tuttle & Ben Cushman, grapegrowers
Gore Vidal
Kurt Vonnegut
Mike Vorndran, pres. of Stonewall Young Democrats
Alice Walker
Naomi Wallace
Lt. Ehren Watada
US Rep. Maxine Waters
Wavy Gravy
Leonard Weinglass, attorney
Rev. Dave Weissbard, Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockford, IL
Timberlake Werternbaker, playwright
Cornel West
Rev. Phil Wheaton, Co-pastor, Community of Christ, Wash. DC
Susan Wicklund, abortion provider
Joan Wile, Dir. of Grandmothers Against War
Saul Williams, poet
Standish E. Willis, Nat. Conf. of Black Lawyers
S. Brian Wilson, Veterans for Peace
Krzysztof Wodiczko, artist
Ann Wright, former US diplomat
Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies
Peter Yarrow
Leeland Y. Yee, Speaker pro Tem, CA State Assembly
Juanita Young, October 22nd Coalition*
David Zeiger, filmmaker, Sir, No Sir!
Zephyr, graffiti artist & writer
Robert Zevin, Robert Brooke Zevin Associates, Inc.
Howard Zinn
Dave Zirin, What's My Name, Fool? Sports & Resistance in the US

Look at the names on this list, and then read below, about what they think of the Democrats.....
http://worldcantwait.net/index.php?o...d=11&Itemid=20

In America these days a little bit of truth to the dictator wannabes, and their right wing-nut supporters, is like sunlight to a vampire. They just can't stand it.

Thanks for the link...I signed the petition.
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