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"This is a book about American heroes. They experienced the futility, the inhumanity and the brutality of the war in Iraq and then, at great personal sacrifice, made the decision to resist and obey their consciences. When this country gives them medals of honor I will know we live in a just society." Michael Ratner, author of Guantanamo: What the World Should Know
"Heres a book that talks turkey about the BushCheneyRummy mess in Iraq. First these young soldiers risked their lives in that dreadful war, then they came home and risked their livelihoods to tell us the truth: its an immoral, illegal war of lies that dishonors our countrys noble ideals. Every congress critter should read Mission Rejected and then apologize for their role in creating the mess." Jim Hightower
"In the military, real courage is taking a stand against orders one believes are unlawful and accepting the consequences. Moral cowardice is taking the easy way by accepting unlawful orders and committing illegal actions. Ultimately, one must live with oneself. These women and men have chosen the hard short path to freedom from the long-term emotional, spiritual and physical consequences of conducting state sponsored murder in a conflict that has nothing to do with our national security." Ann Wright, retired US Army Reserves Colonel and former US diplomat