Fighting Dem Vets for Congress
Fighting Dem Vets for Congress members are veterans from wars in Iraq and Viet Nam, as well as the peacekeeping mission in the Balkans, "and some supported our troops in other vital ways," who are Democratic candidates in the 2006 elections for Congress.
"But regardless of how we have served our country in uniform, we all have progressive to moderate social views and are running on platforms to support working families, insure fair taxation, protect Social Security, restore American values, fully fund programs to aid education, the poor and disabled, equality of opportunity for all Americans, and sound environmental policies to safeguard our land," its website states.
The Vet Force
See Fighting Dems home page for links to featured candidates.
Fighting Dems for Congress
PO Box 121
Puli, Nantou 545
Phone: 886 49 290-2235
Email: noelschutz AT yahoo.com
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Eric Massa, "The Vet Force," Fighting Dems for Congress, undated.
- Richard Wolffe and Jonathan Darman, "The Vet Strategy. The public is unhappy. The GOP is on the run. The Dems have a secret weapon: Iraq war vets, deployed on a new field of battle," Newsweek (MSNBC), December 5, 2005 (issue).
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