Monday, February 28, 2005

In Vermont, a Town-Meeting revolt over Iraq war

This is a town with no diners, one church, two general stores, 1,800 people and a revolt over Iraq.

When the kindergarten teacher's son returned from Iraq after 10 months, the potluck church dinner in his honor was so packed no one had room to sit. On Tuesday, one-fifth of Vermont towns will consider what role the Vermont National Guard should play in the war, and whether American troops should be withdrawn.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you have when ALL troops lay down their arms & refuse to participate in a war?


Each individual must take personal responsibility for their actions instead of blindly following orders.

6:04 pm  

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