So you thought the neocons were yesterday's darlings. You thought they were discredited and run out of town after the disaster in Iraq. Well, think again, because they're all over the media as if nothing had happened. They're back in the driver's seat – driving us right back into Iraq.

Americans don't want endless war; they don't want an empire. They want to live in peace – but their voices are being drowned out by the Washington insiders who are clamoring for blood.

We've defeated them before – and we can do it again. But we can't do it without your help. They've got plenty of money, and they've got the national media behind them – but we've got a secret weapon: You.

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