This is George Bush’s accountability moment. That’s why I’m here. The mainstream media aren’t holding him accountable. Neither is Congress. So I’m not leaving Crawford until he’s held accountable. - Cindy Sheehan

There are things worth fighting for. And there are even some worth dying for. But Iraq is not one of them. - James Moore

Marriage is love.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

My representative must be so sick of me....

... I send him letters daily, mine and copies of others'. Here is part of a doozie to Senator McCain from ROBERT J. RODINO, Ph.D. via our good friends at If you follow the link, you'll also find a great memo to Bush from Ray McGovern.

"I am not proud that this nation was sent to war on a pack of lies - and you should not be proud of this either. I knew the lies were coming the moment I learned we were to undertake a WW II style invasion to counter a non-geographically based, amorphous enemy who was not in Iraq - and you should have known this too. I knew the lies were coming when I read in the Los Angeles Times in the Fall of 2002 that the intelligence community was coming under intense pressure from Cheney and the Bush administration, to "re-examine" their intelligence analyses - and you should have known this too. I knew the lies were coming when Bush prevented the U.N. inspectors from finishing their inspections and attacked instead - and you should have known this too."


Blogger Grandpa Eddie said...

Keep on writin' to those people who "say" they represent you in DC.

If we bury them with enough mail we might have the same effect as a kick in the ass by a mule and they will wake up.

There are some who are already starting to take notice, some from watching Cindy Sheehan and what the chimp has said about her, and some from seeing Russ Feingold step up and take a stand against the war.

No surprise with Russ, he was the only Senator to vote against the Unpatriot Act the very first time it came up for a vote in the Senate.

4:47 AM  
Blogger via said...


He sounds like he doesn't mind taking an unpopular, but morally justified, stand. Fancy that, morals, in Congress. Quaint.


8:02 AM  

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