U.S. Armed Forces Withdrawal from Iraq Act

To: U.S. Congress We, the undersigned, come together to petition Congress to immediately enact the U.S. Armed Forces Withdrawal from Iraq Act, (hereinafter referred to as "the Act", the terms of which are set forth at www.gravel2008.us and incorporated by reference herein); Our petition is based on the following: We acknowledge and honor the sacrifice and dedication of our men and women who serve in the military in general and in Iraq in particular by advocating for an immediate end of U.S. involvement in what has become an Iraqi civil war; We believe that our Members of Congress are duty bound to follow the will of the American people; We believe that the American people do not support addditional expenditures of funds from the U.S. Treasury or any other government entity for the continued involvement of U.S. military personnel (or private parties under contract with any federal entity) in Iraq; and Therefore, we believe that inasmuch as negotiations between Congressional leaders and the executive branch have failed to achieve a commitment for a firm date for the withdrawal of our military from Iraq that the will of the people is set forth in the terms of the Act and that the Act should be enacted by Congress forthwith. The undersigned having read and agreed with the terms of the Act and the sentiments set forth in the herein Petition do hereby respectfully submit this Petition to Congress

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Concerned citizens of the United States 18 years of age and older who seek an immediate end to U.S. military involvement in Iraq and who believe the Gravel Plan provides the best means for compelling the Bush Administration to withdraw our troops.

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http://www.gravel2008.us

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