Americans rise up against attacking Syria

99% of Calls to Congress Are AGAINST War in Syria

On the heels of Reuters poll showing only 9% support military action.

September 5, 2013
Millions of Americans are completely overloading the phone lines of Congress in a historical, unprecedented response to shut down the Obama war machine.
This comes in the wake of the recent Reuters poll that found only 9% of respondents back Obama in his quest for a military strike on Syria.
Here’s a sample run-down of statements made by House and Senate members showcasing the almost unanimous opposition from their constituents for a war in Syria:

In two short days, I’ve received 126 calls opposing military engagement in #Syria and only one call in favor.
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 5, 2013

Ninety nine percent of constituents who have contacted me oppose U.S. intervention in #Syria
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 5, 2013

– Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Az.) admitted to National Review that 498 out of the 500 calls to his office were completely against an attack on Syria.
My office has been inundated with constituent phone calls and emails about Syria. Virtually unanimous opposition to military intervention.
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2 Responses to “Americans rise up against attacking Syria”

  1. NPP says:

    Yeah! Representatives actually representing the people?! Does Obomba go in anyway?

  2. Anonymous says:

    my cousin in atlanta says the black community is really showing ,
    a lead here with “hands off syria ” bumper stickers everywhere
    so what about our black communities ?

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