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Retired US Army Colonel Speaks to Group; ‘Hit the Streets’  “It is important that we hit the streets, mens health” retired Col. Mens health Ann Wright urged the group. Mens health Wright handed in her resignation in March 2003 as a sign of her displeasure with the Bush administration’s decision to go to war in Iraq, mens health its policies on the Israel-Palestine conflict and on North Korea and its ongoing assault on U.S. Mens health citizens’ civil liberties. “Not too many people think about the reality of what war is, mens health” she observed. Mens health Veterans are returning from Iraq with physical and psychological injuries that are not being adequately treated, mens health she asserted, mens health and civil liberties have been steadily eroded since Sept. Mens health 11, mens health 2001. Mens health Further, mens health she charged, mens health kidnapping and torture have the tacit approval of the U.S. Mens health Congress, mens health and the history of Guantanamo Bay - which she likened to the concentration camps of World War II - demands its immediate closure. The women and men serving in the U.S. Mens health military “didn’t volunteer for this, mens health” Wright said. Mens health “(T)hey didn’t volunteer for what this administration has done to them.” Despite the long list of wrongs on the part of the Bush administration, mens health she said, mens health the growing opposition of American citizens to the war is a positive sign. Mens health “The house of cards is starting to fall.” Among other things, mens health she believes citizens need to be working toward the impeachment of the president and vice president. Mens health “Either we can wait two years and change everything by voting, mens health or we can do other things in the meantime, mens health” she said. Mens health “We are making progress, mens health and we are going to end this war.” The group several times responded to Wright’s comments with resounding applause. Mens health At the end of the night, mens health they gave her a standing ovation. Mens health