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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: ANDY ODENDAHL, from Fountain Hills, AZ, protests the US troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: ANDY ODENDAHL, from Fountain Hills, AZ, protests the US troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: LIZ HOURICAN and others opposed to the US troop increase in Afghanistan pit on a skit in an intersection in Phoenix Wednesday. They ran through the intersection having a "tug of war" with warfare vs. health care. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war activists Cindy Sheehan (CQ) LEFT and Mitch Rubin (CQ) talk to Sen John McCain's staff in the lobby of his Phoenix office Friday morning.  About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war protestors display peace signs to passing motorists on 16th Street in Phoenix. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.    Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan (CQ) in front of Sen John McCain's office in Phoenix. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: JOAN KROLL, a member of Grandmothers for Peace from Sun City West, AZ, protests the troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war protestors display peace signs to passing motorists on 16th Street in Phoenix. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.    Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: DIANE BURNETT, from Goodyear, AZ, protests the troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wedneday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: People light candles for a candle light vigil against the US troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: A woman protests the troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: A plastic statue is used to protest the troop in Afghanistan on a street corner in Afghanistan. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: JOAN KROLL, a member of Grandmothers for Peace from Sun City West, AZ, protests the troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war activists Cindy Sheehan (CQ) LEFT and Mitch Rubin (CQ) talk to Sen John McCain's staff in the lobby of his Phoenix office Friday morning.  About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Liz Hourican (CQ) LEFT, Cindy Sheehan (CQ) and Mitch Rubin (CQ) lead a group of anti-war protestors in Sen. John McCain's office in Phoenix Friday morning. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Marilyn Sandon (CQ) from Phoenix, (RIGHT FOREGROUND) and Randy Dinin (CQ) from Phoenix, hold up a banner in front of Sen. John McCain's office Friday. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: GARRETT SMITH, from Phoenix, participates in a "tug of war" pitting health care against warfare in an intersection in Phoenix Wednesday. He was one of about 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area who attended a protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: GARRETT SMITH, from Phoenix, participates in a "tug of war" pitting health care against warfare in an intersection in Phoenix Wednesday. He was one of about 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area who attended a protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: MARK GRENARD, from Phoenix, pickets the US troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war protestors display peace signs to passing motorists on 16th Street in Phoenix. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.    Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Liz Hourican (CQ) from Code Pink, uses a bullhorn to lead a chant in front of Sen John McCain's office in Phoenix. About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: People opposed to the US military involvement in Afghanistan picket on a street corner in Phoenix, AZ, Wednesday. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war activists Cindy Sheehan (CQ) LEFT, Mitch Rubin (CQ) and Liz Hourican (CQ) talk to Sen John McCain's staff in the lobby of his Phoenix office Friday morning.  About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: LISA BLANK, from Phoenix, a member of the antiwar group Code Pink, flashes a peace sign on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday.  About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: KATY ROBERTSON, from Fountain Hills, AZ, protests the announced troop increase for Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday. She is a member of the anti war group Military Families Speak Out and has a son who served in Iraq. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Dec. 2, 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: LIZ HOURICAN, from Phoenix, protests the US troop increase in Afghanistan on a street corner in Phoenix Wednesday evening. About 50 people from across the Phoenix metropolitan area attended the protest and vigil against the troop increase President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 1. Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 05 JUNE 2009 -- PHOENIX, AZ: Anti-war activists Cindy Sheehan (CQ) LEFT and Mitch Rubin (CQ) talk to Sen John McCain's staff in the lobby of his Phoenix office Friday morning.  About 25 protestors opposed to the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to visited the Phoenix office of Sen John McCain Friday morning to ask the Senator to vote against confirming General Stanley McChrystal (CQ) as commander of US forces in Afghanistan. The protestors cited McChrystal's alleged involvement of the true circumstances behind the death of former Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman in Afghanistan and torture of detainees in Iraq. Some of the protestors wore tee shirts with Tillman's name and number 40 on them to show support for the Tillman family, which is also opposed to McChrystal's confirmation.     Photo by Jack Kurtz
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