One way some of us may be able to help

5) A new underground railroad

"Service members know the consequences of going absent without leave
(unauthorized absence in the Navy) -- a maximum penalty of five years
confinement, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and a dishonorable
discharge. The maximum penalty for desertion in a time of war is
death. Yet some military personnel are going AWOL or deserting to
avoid returning to Iraq. ... 'If everything else fails, people should
desert, just as George W. Bush did during the Vietnam War,' [Army
veteran Carl Rising-Moore] said. ... Rising-Moore said people all
over the country are willing to harbor deserters and help them escape
to Canada. ... Rising-Moore is currently in Canada to gather support
for what he called the 'Freedom Underground.'" (11/05/03)