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Please! It's a matter of life and death for our DEMOCRACY! I've sent this out to all several hundred people on my email lists, and hope you folks can do your part. Time is of the essence!

Forward Widely!!! Forward Widely!!! Forward Widely!!! Forward Widely!!!


Forwarded Message:

Dear friends,

Rep. John Conyers is asking for one million e-mails from the U.S. Citizens to compel the House Committee ton the Judiciary to hold hearings about the 2004 election.

Go here and tell the Judiciary Committee you want hearings on Ohio:

You can copy and paste in this sample message in the text box:

I am writing to urge the House Judiciary Committee to hold hearings as soon as possible on the irregularities of the 2004 election. I need not remind the Judiciary Committee members that the United States is a beacon of democracy for the rest of the world. If we truly wish to remain the embodiment of democratic values, then we must treat the right of every citizen to vote and for their vote to count as sacred. Ample evidence has arisen that this right was violated or undermined for many Americans in the 2004 election. I strongly believe that holding hearings to investigate and resolve these irregularities would be an act of tremendous patriotism on the part of Congress, and would serve as a declaration that we are the world's greatest democracy not only in word, but in deed.

-------- Please spread this message among your list of friends and associates.------------------

There's a growing awareness, with increasing coverage now in national papers such as the Washington Post and LA Times, that we need an investigation of the voter suppression and other fraud in Ohio and elsewhere. Like Watergate, this issue will build momentum -- and we, the people, to keep it alive until it can no longer be ignored.



-- Anonymous, December 17, 2004


Joe,I may be blind but I can't find an address to send this?

-- Anonymous, December 18, 2004

Well, I did find a contact page for the House Judiciary Committee. We could use that, failing another post from Joe.

Check this:

-- Anonymous, December 18, 2004

Another senior moment.

Second time I tried this; don't know what went wrong before...


-- Anonymous, December 19, 2004

Lets see. We couldnt get rid of Cumshot Bill during his final term and the tittybabies couldnt rob the election in 2000. I think we will finish this term and then see if the population is unhappy enough to change course. Of course it makes no difference to me. If I dont make money off of Halliburton, I can always invest in dolphin safe tuna :>). Instead of worying about this, they should use the next 4 years to groom a candidate that might stand a chance. One an election has passed, concentrate on what lays ahead.

-- Anonymous, December 23, 2004

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