Given that human rights organizations and activist groups want rights restored, not abuses moved from one location to another,
Given that said organizations are independent of and not legally bound in subservience to the Democratic Party,
Given that the funding to close Gitmo and move that particular illegal death camp to Illinois will be included in the "emergency war supplemental",
Given that this will likely lead all the Republicans in the House to vote No on $33 billion for wars, wars that involve murder and torture and lawless imprisonment, all on a larger scale than what happens at Gitmo,
Given that we then need only 40 Democrats to vote No to block the war funding,
Given that with the resources of human rights groups for once turned against the supreme international crime of aggressive war we could win over 40 Democrats,
Given that we had 32 last June and 34 in December and the public is turning further against the wars,
Given that many have publicly committed to voting No already at http://defundwar.org ,
Given that the public is increasingly understanding the need to choose between wars and jobs,
Given that a clean break with imperialism would open many new doors in our struggles for civil rights and the rule of law,
It is at least worth asking:
WILL ORGANIZATIONS THAT OPPOSE TORTURE OPPOSE OR SUPPORT THE $33 BILLION WAR BILL?
PS: You can't be neutral on a moving train.