Saturday, May 28, 2005

John Conyers Is Taking Action on Downing Street Memo

Another patron saint of this blog is John Conyers, and he's taking some action. I've been on about the Downing Street Memo since 2 days after it appeared in the London Times, and it seems like the media at large have deliberately stuck their fingers in their ears about this. However, a few people are making enough noise about it (props to Robert at A Little Left of Centrist) that I think people are starting, oh-so-slowly, to take a little bit of notice.

He has written a letter to the President requesting some answers to these questions, and he's asking for our signatures. I for one am on board with this, and I hope you will be, too, by taking a minute to click on the link, read the letter, and if you agree, add your name to it.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I am pessimistic about impeachment, as we'd have to wipe out that whole mob, and I don't see that happening, but we have to do something, say something, shine some light on the dark and ugly deeds being perpetrated in our names. If people can be made to see what's really going on, we may stand a chance of getting these criminals out of power in '08, and we can no longer count on the mainstream media to help us. We can't roll over any more. Too many have died already, and too many more will continue to die if we don't support the people who are taking action and standing up to these thugs (and there are too few of them).

Here's the link to John Conyers explaining about the memo.

Here's the link to the actual letter

Here's a great resource for all things Downing

Thanks, friends.

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