we've been patient. We haven't harangued you, guilt-tripped
you, or even really badgered you all that much but now
is an emergency alert. No kidding. Look just look!
at that thermometer. It's waaaay short of mission
accomplished. If this goes on, we'll be reduced to bare
bones, if not finished entirely. You'll see BIG cutbacks
in coverage, quality, and attention to detail. That means
less original reporting, less diversity of authors, less of
everything that makes Antiwar.com unique.
comes at a time when we need to be at our best because the
international situation really does merit an emergency
alert! All too many serious
analysts and insiders
are convinced that President Bush plans on attacking Iran
before his term is out. Who will keep you informed?
all those times you found a story on Antiwar.com that made
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of cash at its disposal; we live hand to mouth.
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