"David Cline" was an United States/American anti-war and veterans rights activist. He was best known as National President of Veterans For Peace (VFP) from 2000 to 2006, Chapter Vice President of Alan Reilly - Gene Glazer VFP Chapter 21, and co-founder of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign. Cline was featured in the 2006 film Sir! No Sir!, which documented the GI antiwar movement during the Vietnam war as well as in the book "Winter Soldiers: An Oral History of Vietnam Veterans Against the War" by Richard Stacewicz.

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We do not make this call lightly and as former members of the U.S. armed forces, we take our responsibilities as citizens very seriously. For that reason we believe that when our government conducts a war of aggression on Iraq and commits a growing and appalling series of what must legally be considered war crimes and crimes against humanity in the execution of .

We are not the first group to call for impeachment. We have decided to add our voice to the call. All the reasons given for the invasion have shown themselves to be half-truths or misleading. The conflict continues to drag on taking the lives of our soldiers and innocent Iraqis. It is clear that George Bush does not intend to change course in an effort to right .

I believe in the mission that we're doing, ... I believe we need to be there to help the Iraqi people gain their freedom, and I'm so very proud of the family I have supporting me in that endeavor.

That is a possibility, certainly not a guarantee.

We're still tallying stuff.

Wednesday (Aug. 10) was very good.

The goal is to break even.

The current owners have maintained it in the original form of the old ranch since about 1984.

Thursday it was busy until 2 p.m., and then it dies until after 5 p.m., when vendors are busy again.