For Immediate Release
Hundreds To Celebrate Breaking News - The Iraq War is Over!
NEW YORK, New York - WHAT: CODEPINK and hundreds others to celebrate end of Iraq War, declared in special edition New York Times today!
WHEN: 12 p.m. TODAY
WHERE: Military recruiting center at Broadway & 7th Avenue, between 43rd and 44th
NEW YORK CITY -- The war is SO over! CODEPINK read this news this
morning -- the Iraq War has ended! The members will transform its
scheduled "End of Bush era" party history in Times Square into an
celebration of the end of the war!!
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With brooms, confetti, and pink costumes, nearly 50 CODEPINK women will celebrate the amazing news in
a special edition New York Times
today and invite everyone to join them! They will sweep up Bush and his horrendous decisions and policies of
the past eight years and dump them into a giant dust bin today at
Military Island. With the final hours of the Bush Administration in
sight - and an end to six despicable, hideous years of war - CODEPINK
says it's time to rejoice in the dawn of a new era!
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