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September 21, 2006

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dirtgirl

um, i think you mean Blackwell and Dewine, not Brown.

dARLENE

I will vote Democrate again this time around. We need a change. Lets hope this time the polls and Diebold agree.

dee hansen

Filed under: headline news — Lula @ 8:11 pm


News has spread across the country, but Americans remain unhindered by spineless Democratic leaders’ calls for a cut and run from Impeachment. Instead of being silenced, patriotic Americans have been emboldened by this call to action and have turned up the volume on their demands for justice.

Anti-war Activists in San Francisco are already raising their voices outside Nancy Pelosi’s office “Activists urge Pelosi to halt war in Iraq”
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We’re out here today telling Nancy Pelosi congratulations on becoming speaker of the House,'’ activist Rae Abileah said. “Now it’s time to speak for the current majority and bring our troops home.'’


Cindy Sheehan has responded to Conyers and Pelosi’s dissappointing statements on Impeachment with an open letter “We the People are Setting the Table Now”

We the people are shocked that you two are already stridently saying over and over again that impeachment is “off the table.” Since the historic Nov. 7th elections, I have talked to a boat-load of Americans who want impeachment on the table. We activists worked hard to make these elections about national issues, like the illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq, and the culture of corruption that, especially you, Ms. Pelosi have been railing against for months now. And you, Mr. Conyers, have already written a brilliant and detailed indictment of BushCo. We the people are definitely puzzled by your rhetoric.

We the people are here to tell you that we are the ones that are going to be setting the table, now….

We the people demand that you do your duties as officers and protectors of our Constitution and we demand that you do your duties as members of humanity to call a halt to the crimes against humanity of the Bush regime.

When the 110th Congress is seated on January 3rd, we the people, who also have a duty to our Constitution (We the People is the first line) and a duty to humanity will be walking the halls of your offices to tell you what our agenda is and what we want on the table….

See you on January 3rd.

Activists at the Democratic Underground are calling for a letter writing campaign much like the one that resulted in the pursuit of impeachment and resignation of Nixon.

More than 50,000 telegrams poured in on Capitol Hill today, so many, Western Union was swamped. Most of them demanded impeaching Mr. Nixon.

John Chancellor, NBC News on a Special Report on October 20, 1973

Send 500,000 impeachment letters to Pelosi by her first day as speaker Jan. 3

We already have more support than that. When John Conyers took Bush his petition demanding he answer questions about the DSM, it had 540,000 singnatures, over ten times as many as wrote about Nixon. I would bet most of those people would write to demand impeachment of Bush, probably more.

The great thing is, now we have someone to focus this demand on who can and possibly will act (in spite of her protests to the contrary): Nancy Pelosi.

She should have a half million signatures waiting for her her first day as Speaker of the House.

I think she and the many of the Democrats want to do this, but to overcome the reluctance of the DC etablishment and big money interests who are afraid their ox will be gored along with Bush & Cheney, she needs constant overwhelming evidence of public DEMAND not just support for impeachment.

email sf.nancy@us.mail.gov
FAX: 202-225-8259

Nancy Pelosi
2371 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515

District Office:
450 Golden Gate Ave.
14th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102


Write Your Congressperson
http://www.house.gov/writerep

or Better Yet,
Fax This to their inbox!
Let’s get a few hundred (thousand) of these to every Critter’s Fax machine

PDF Version (44kb)


Pelosi’s Fax #
202-225-8259


Conyers’ Fax #
202-225-0072

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