Vigils today commemorate the 5th anniversary of the tragic invasion of Iraq.

Ah, the war.

Or, far more accurately, the occupation.

Today is March 19 Iraq War Blogswarm. And so we will, each of us, do what we can to bring this particular Bush administration criminal enterprise to an end. Unfortunately, I'm on the road today, so my participation will be as spotty as it is heartfelt. More as the day progresses, I hope. In the meantime, a reminder:

MoveOn.Org is sponsoring candlelight vigils tonight to mark the fifth anniversary of the war's beginning on March 19, 2003. In my neighborhood, one is at 7 p.m. at the intersection of Lincoln Blvd.and Rose Ave in Venice.

Other west L.A. County vigils:
Santa Monica: 6 p.m., northeast corner of Santa Monica Blvd. & Lincoln Blvd.
Mar Vista: 7 p.m., corner of MacLaughlin Ave. and Palms Blvd.
Westwood: 6 p.m., northwest corner of Wilshire Blvd. & Veteran Ave.
Culver City: 5:30 p.m., Culver Hotel, Washington and Culver Blvds.

For more info and to find other events that are in your area, click here.

For links to other Iraq Blogswarm sites, from the highly political to the highly personal, click here.

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