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Voices get louder against U.S. military strikes

Jeannine Laverty, center, of Saratoga Springs, uses a candle that her father-in-law used during anti-Vietnam War protests to light candles for Ann Marie Lange, left, and Anne Walsh, right, both of Saratoga Springs, at a candlelight vigil as part of a national day of action to urge elected officials to vote against bombing Syria at Broadway and Church Streets in downtown Saratoga Springs on Monday, September 9, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jeannine Laverty, center, of Saratoga Springs, uses a candle that her father-in-law used during anti-Vietnam War protests to light candles for Ann Marie Lange, left, and Anne Walsh, right, both of Saratoga Springs, at a candlelight vigil as part of a national day of action to urge elected officials to vote against bombing Syria at Broadway and Church Streets in downtown Saratoga Springs on Monday, September 9, 2013.
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Doug Klein issued a challenge to U.S. lawmakers Monday: Try going 20 years without a war. The Milton resident who organized a candlelight vigil outside the Post Office in downtown Saratoga Springs on Monday believes a military strike on Syria seems like another extension of the nation’s ceaseless hostilities overseas. He’s not buying the notion that an attack on Syria will be brief or surgical as proponents suggest. “Quick strike and we’re out?” he said ...

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pnotto
September 10, 2013
2:27 a.m.

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Anyone who opposes President Obama's mission to send Syrian President Bashir Al-Assad a stern message for using chemical weapons against his fellow Syrian people through military intervention by the US is unpatriotic. These people are BIGOTS and RACISTS and are only registering these childish opposition's against President Obama because of his skin color. This military intervention is needed to stop innocent people from being killed by this monster Al-Assad. We are seeing history repeat itself when Hitler raced a cross Europe and nothing was done to stop him.

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