Are you troubled that an incumbent politician so drastically out of touch with the wishes of her constituents has built a
war chest in excess of forty million dollars, despite not facing a high-profile opponent? What big-money favors to be billed
to the taxpayers are accumulating along with those donations? Is this democracy?
Are you troubled that Hillary Clinton, along with her fellow "Republicrat" Joe Lieberman, is co-sponsoring legislation to
expand the Army by 80,000 troops, which, coupled with the recruiting shortfalls already ocurring because of the endless and
unpopular wars she supports, will force the return of the draft? Is this democracy?
Are you troubled that Hillary Clinton is promising, if reelected, to spend the first two years of her next term being a part-time
legislator and full-time Presidential primary candidate, and if successful in her pursuits, will abandon her elected post
and be replaced by an appointed substitute? Should New Yorkers vote for an "empty seat" so Hillary Clinton can curry corporate
and military support in pursuit of higher ambitions, instead of providing public service to the people of New York? Is this
No, it's not.
We cannot allow this to continue -- not in our name, and not with our votes. We have the power to stop it. If you want peace,
In 2006, New Yorkers need an independent choice, a choice to restore sanity to America's foreign, domestic, and budgetary
policies, as well as to the democratic processes by which we, as citizens of this nation, govern ourselves -- a choice for
peace, freedom, prosperity, accountability, and old-fashioned common sense.
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If you want peace, vote peace. Greenfield For Senate.