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Bring our troops home and stop sending troops to Afghanistan.

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In the month of August, so far, 34 of our brave military men have died in Afghanistan.  Ages of the fallen range between 20 years old and 55 years old.

Please ask yourself this you go to work every day wondering if you will survive to go to work the next day? Our brave, active duty, men and women are in hostile environments and they do not know if they will be alive at the end of the day. They are  not allowed to protest the war, they are not allowed to speak out with their political beliefs. They are ordered to obey the Commander-in-Chief. 

Please help me to raise our voices together, as Americans, to speak out against sending more troops to Afghanistan and to speak loud and clear that we want those who are already deployed to come home.

Please sign this petition.

Honor the Fallen


These are real people, citizens of the United States of America whose son or daughter voluntarily joined the armed forces and these families are grieving. They are grieving for the senseless loss of their loved one.  We don't belong in Afghanistan.  Our troops are being murdered by the very people they are responsible for training.

....Of the 31 U.S. troops killed in combat this month, 10 have been victims of insider attacks, including five from the Special Forces. The number of Americans killed by Afghans they train has thus far surpassed the six killed in August by improvised explosive devices, considered the biggest threat to allied troops.

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“If my son died on the battlefield, I would’ve been -- maybe been -- able to accept that, but instead they killed him inside the gym,” said Buckley Sr., according to CBS.

Buckley; Staff Sgt. Scott E. Dickinson, 29, of San Diego, Calif.; and Cpl. Richard A. Rivera Jr., 20 of Ventura, Calif., were shot to death on Aug. 10 while they worked out at a base gym in the southwestern Helmand province. The assailant allegedly was an unvetted 15-year-old “tea boy” who was the personal aide to the local Afghan district police chief, the Washington Post reported.

The grief and anger of Buckley’s father reflected the opinions of most Americans. Numerous recent polls have shown that a majority believe the war in Afghanistan is not worth fighting.

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....Most of those killed this year have been Americans, but France, Britain and other coalition member countries also have suffered fatalities.

Mr. Graybeal said each attack in 2011 and 2012 was “an isolated incident and has its own underlying circumstances and motives.”

But last May, an unclassified internal ISAF study, called “A Crisis of Trust and Cultural Incompatibility,” concluded: “Such fratricide-murder incidents are no longer isolated; they reflect a growing systemic threat.”

It said many attacks stemmed from Afghan grievances related to cultural and other conflicts with U.S. troops.

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