ODBA Member Spotlighted in MSM
ODBA member Josh Levy was the focus of this Daily Progress article.
When President Richard Nixon addressed a fractured and embittered nation in November 1969 about the United State’s action in Vietnam, he rallied the war’s supporters by addressing part of his remarks to America’s "silent majority."
Now, with the next presidential election around the corner, Josh Levy, a third-year University of Virginia law school student, believes it is critical to speak to what he views as America’s new "silent majority": those who support or could be persuaded that it is in America’s best interest to achieve what Levy and others view as victory in Iraq. Levy organized a "pro-victory" rally in July, when anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan came to Charlottesville, and is thinking about starting a citizens advocacy group to argue, in part, that withdrawal now would mean "retreat."
Check out Josh's blog Win The War. Carry On Josh! Win the War!