According to one of Atrios‘s readers:

The Bush White House has an “opinion” line for you to call about the war, so if you have a minute, take advantage of this democratic “service.” The line only accepts calls from 9-5 EST., Monday thru Friday. Just call the White House at 202-456-1111. A machine will detain you for only a moment and then a pleasant live operator will thank you for saying “I oppose our going to war with Iraq, or anybody else!” It will only take minutes.

Note that the weekends are closed for calls. The president has said that he wants to know what the American people are thinking. Let him know.

This site’s readers have made their opinions known on unscientific online polls from time to time. Well, here’s the mother of all unscientific polls (if you’ll pardon the expression)…

UPDATE: I am informed this is at least partly ADIR (Another Damned Internet Rumour). According to Snopes:

Origins: This item is true in the sense that people can call the White House at the phone number given above to offer their comments about whether or not the USA should initiate military action against Iraq, but the phone service was not set up specifically to record public opinion about the Iraq issue. It’s simply the general White House Comments phone line, which callers can use to express their opinions about any issue on their minds. (One has to call between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Time on weekdays to speak to a real person, though; otherwise the number just plays a recording inviting the caller to try again when the department is open.)