Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Tell Congress to vote for Censure

President Bush swore an oath to defend the Constitution, not circumvent it.

President Bush has broken the law and done everything he could to place himself above the law.

President Bush has taken bold steps to destroy the separation of powers and render Congress as irrelevant as he has said the United Nations has become.

Stop the President, send a clear message to Congress that we are a nation of law, that no one is above the law, and that when the President does something that is a crime, it is still illegal.

Please, for the love of our Constitution, and the sake of our nation, tell Congress to vote for the censure the President.

Take back your country.

On Monday, Senator Russ Feingold introduced a resolution to censure President Bush for breaking the law by illegally wiretapping American citizens.

When the president misleads the public and the Congress and willfully and repeatedly breaks the law, there need to be some consequences --that's how the law works for everybody else.

Censuring the president is a reasonable first step in condemning the president's actions. Now it's up to us to show broad public support for Senator Feingold's resolution.

Can you sign this petition asking Congress to join the call for censure?

http://political.moveon.org/censure/

1 Comments:

Blogger R said...

Yes Yes Yes!!!!!!!!
They impeach Clinton for fooling around and yet they let THIS MORON SLIDE ON A bogus war, Katrina, wiretapping, No WMD's, secret meetings, endangering our national security to scratch Vincente Fox and the Saudi's asses. I don't get it. Joe Beercan truely is A JACKASS.

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