Yohannon (yohannon) wrote,
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A Call To Arms -- Arrest President Bush

I don't know how people can continue to justify this. THere is NOTHING in the constitution, no statute, no law, that excuses what George W. Bush, President of the united states, has done.

He's ADMITTED to breaking the law. Hell, he's FLAUNTING it, daring anyone to do anything about it.

What makes me most nuts about this: HE DIDN'T HAVE TO. The FISA court, a special organization that provides the legal basis for covert surveillance on US citizens, is a virtual rubber-stamp. Out of several THOUSAND requests for such cover operations, the special court has rejected a grand total of:

4.

As in FOUR. What, an approval rate greater than 99.99% wasn't GOOD enough?

Call your congress-critters. What, too expensive? Don't know who to call?

You can call your members of Congress right now on one of these toll-free numbers, 888-818-6641 or 888-355-3588. There are operators on duty 24 hours a day. Just ask to be connected to either of your senators or your house member and they'll put you through.

Demand that Bush be charged with a crime. He has violated his oath to defend and uphold the constitution, and therefore should be removed from office as a common criminal.

Before, during (you might be on hold for a bit) or after, post those phone numbers in your blog. If you feel the need to do so, cut and paste these words, and give all credit (or blame) to yohannon.

To paraphrase the late, unlamented Nixon, the american people have to realize that our president is a crook. To refuse to acknowledge this is the final blow to the rule of law that governs this nation, and that the terrorists BEAT US.

As The Shrub tries to defend the indefensible, Osama Bin Laden is laughing his ass off.
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