Tumblr Icon RSS Icon

MoveOn launches VideoVets.

By ThinkProgress on April 20, 2007 at 9:06 pm

"MoveOn launches VideoVets."

Share:

google plus icon

MoveOn and VoteVets have teamed up on a video project called VideoVets, to highlight the voices of U.S. soldiers and military families:

The administration tries to call anyone who criticizes their policy in Iraq ‘anti-troop,’ but the interviews below show that ‘supporting the troops’ does NOT mean supporting an endless war. The voices of these veterans and military families are missing from the debate in Washington. Together we can make sure they become a vital part of the national dialogue around ending the war.

You watch the videos and tell us what you think. Then, Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone will turn it into a TV ad-spreading this message even further.

Watch one of the videos, from Army Sgt. John Bruhns, an Iraq war veteran:

‹ PREVIOUS
Pentagon issues gag order.

NEXT ›
John Derbyshire gets called out

By clicking and submitting a comment I acknowledge the ThinkProgress Privacy Policy and agree to the ThinkProgress Terms of Use. I understand that my comments are also being governed by Facebook, Yahoo, AOL, or Hotmail’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policies as applicable, which can be found here.