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Sixty Days To Stop A War

Posted by Admin On August - 11 - 2015

From: MoveOn

We just launched 60DaysToStopAWar.com to help you find where your members of Congress will be during August recess, so that you can tell them you want diplomacy, not war with Iran.

We have fewer than 60 days to stop a path to war.

This is a very real countdown. A 60-day clock started ticking the moment negotiators announced the Iran nuclear deal and passed it to Congress for review. Congress will vote on whether to approve or derail this historic agreement in early September. That means we now have fewer than 60 days to speak out to defend the deal and prevent another war of choice in the Middle East.

That’s why MoveOn, with allies including Win Without War, CREDO, and Democracy for America, launched 60DaysToStopAWar.com—a one-stop shop to help you find out where your members of Congress will be during their August recess, so you can let them know you want diplomacy, not war.

Visit www.60daystostopawar.com

Have a look at 60DaysToStopAWar.com right now. Share it with friends on social media, sign up for an event near you or add a new one, and make a call to your member of Congress’s district office.

Republicans are trying to start a war with Iran by rejecting the historic deal announced by the U.S., five other world powers, and Iran, which will prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. Unfortunately, some Democrats are joining them on the war path—so we need to make sure enough Democrats find the backbone to support diplomacy, not war.

War hawks (some of the same ones who brought us the war in Iraq) are planning to spend as much as $40 million on fearmongering ads, lobbying, and other campaign tactics to bully Congress into sabotaging diplomacy.1

Americans support this deal by a large margin.2 Together, if we all speak up, we can prevent another disastrous war of choice in the Middle East.

Thanks for all you do.

–Jo, Victoria, Josh, Joan, and the rest of the team

Sources:

1. “Big money and ads clash over Iran nuclear deal,” USA Today, July 22, 2015
http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305747&id=&id=&t=10&id=128243-31375146-9HFdCZx&t=1

2. “Majority Favors Iran Nuclear Deal Despite Doubts That It’ll Work (POLL),” ABC News, July 20, 2015
http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=305746&id=&id=&t=9&id=128243-31375146-9HFdCZx&t=2

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