I contacted DART as well as Mayor Leppert's office. I told them DART's ads are a disgrace to the servicemembers here in Iraq with me. They are here to preserve the future of their wives and their children because they love them so much. I explained that I'm a registered voter in Texas, and that I'm going to forward this Campaign email to other servicemembers here, too.To learn more about our campaign, click here.
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Soldiers in Iraq Condemn DART's Anti-Father Ads
Dallas, TX--I have many readers who are stationed in Iraq or Afghanistan, and some of them have joined our campaign against Dallas Area Rapid Transit's father-bashing domestic violence ads. Some of the soldiers have even called DART to protest--from Iraq! One of them is Gary Christopher, who sent us the following note yesterday: