Associated Press - November 1, 2008 4:25 PM ET
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Three days before the presidential election, anti-war activists rallied in front of the Statehouse on Saturday calling for an end to the war and a continued fight for change after Nov. 4.
Demonstrators urged Vermont to pursue what they called a peace economy, and not give tax breaks to military weapons manufacturer General Dynamics of Burlington.
Eugene Jarecki of Waitsfield said Tuesday's election is a moment of real crossroads.
He said both Barack Obama and John McCain support increased military spending at a time when there's an incredible economic crisis.
He says the crossroads is for those against the war to be unrelenting and dissatisfied until real change happens.
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