right, Antiwar.com as you know it is finished.
11 years of continuous operation, we finally ran out of funds:
we cannot pay our staff, as small as it is. The reason: a
lack of financial support from our contributors and supporters.
It’s ironic that, as the war threat is ramped up, the number-one
antiwar Web site is forced to scale back – or close completely
– but there you have it. Perhaps people expect the new
Congress, or James
Baker, or some combination of both, to get us out of Iraq.
If so, they are going to be sorely disappointed. But we won’t
be around to comment on it, unless…
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