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Co-Sponsor H. Res. 1531 Against The Bush Blanket Pardons
[115927:022409] P.D., Kingsford, MI
We must show the world that we as a people will not tolerate the actions of the past administration. Only by doing so can we truly show that we did not approve of their actions.
[221321:021909] M.R., Tempe, AZ
Bush you and Chaney are criminals and need to be in jail!!!
[103558:021909] D.F., Patchogue, NY
No one is above the law, not even a president. We can look back in order to go forward.
[045716:021809] S.T., Franklin, NH
"President Bush must not excuse his own officials from possibly illegal acts committed outside the context of their official duties. Such pardons would merely obfuscate the truth and amount to a gross miscarriage of justice."
[074642:020509] D.B., Desert Hot Springs, CA
Former President Bush and his cabinet have performed illegal
acts and now want to absolve themselves from any repercussions. No way should their acts be condoned. No way should they be held blameless for the problems they have made for this country. No way should they be pardoned,
especially by pardoning themselves!
[065710:012809] L.O., Murchison, TX
Please don't set a precedent that a president can do anything they want to just like a king.
[142431:012409] C.S., Portland, OR
The fact that Bush pardons are "inevitable" tells me that they're trying to get out of something. I think there should be an impeachment trial for all those potentially involved. We Americans need the facts to make accurate final decisions.
[131715:012109] F.P., Aston, PA
Dear Sirs, I'm adamantly in favor of HR 1531 stopping any and all last min. pardons for anyone in his administration. These people have crippled with their greed and war mongering criminality and I do think we the people should hold them accountable. Thank You, Frank Polites
[161641:011809] R.Z., Saint Paul, MN
These criminals have gotten away with too much for too long. Hold them accountable for the crimes against the people, their office and the world.
[211830:011709] M.K., Saint Louis, MO
I urge you to support and/or Co-Sponsor H.Res. 1531 to foreclose any blanket pardons attempted by the Bush administration before they turn the lights out on January 19th.
[104934:011709] J.Z., Ridgewood, NJ
A pardon for murdering over 4000 american troops, hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis, torturing prisoners, removing our rights by the grossly misnamed "Patriot Act", among other horrendous crimes would truly be one of the blackest marks against the US in history.
[080749:011609] T.T., New Haven, CT
Please join the effort to stop Bush pardons and impeach Bush and Cheney.
[134816:011509] E.G., Des Plaines, IL
Just do it. Times to listen to your constituents.
[130501:011509] R.B., Cincinnati, OH
To allow President Bush an opening to pardon himself would be a crime itself. He should be held responsible for his actions, not only to renew the faith of the people in their government but also to show the rest of the world that we as Americans do not share his views or support the policies that were carried out without our informed consent. Right now it looks as though another rich man is above the law. Justice should be equal among all Americans, no one should be above the law because of their bank account or their position. Unfortunatly, it seems that it what our system seems to have become.
[075623:011509] K.Q., Denver, CO
It is my sincere desire that the Bush Administration receive the same respect and government support and treatment that was bestowed upon two Homeland Security guards who are rotting in prision for doing their job. Holding this pathetic administration responsbile for its actions would be a message to futher administrations, and the world, that in America, no one is above the law and everyone is accountable for their actions.
[073238:011509] T.B., Liberty, MO
Investigations and prosecutions for war crimes committed by the current regime needs top priority
[071817:011509] R.L., Marion, WI
I want all members of Congress to resume their mantle of upholding all Articles of the Constitution. Stop abdicating it at EVERYONE'S peril.
[212512:011409] K.S., Peoria, AZ
The entire Bush administration has had too many criminal enterprises occuring, ignoring the Constitution and rule of law, with torture, illegal surveillance, obstruction of justice in the firing of U.S. attorneys, not to mention national level election fraud, the naked treason of outing Valerie Plame, and on and on.
I demand full accountability, so that all America truly understands how corrupt the Bush administration was.
Please sign on to H.Res. 1531,
[112229:011409] S.R., Olympia, WA
No one, including high ranking civil servants, is above criminal investigations. If you are truly a representative of the people please encourage investigations, rather than give pardons away. Too many people- Americans and non-Americans- have suffered under the last administration for those in charge not to be held accountable.
[033623:011409] s.z., Huntington Station, NY
Please oppose these pardons. There has been too much damage done to my country by these people and they should be held accountable.
[141401:011309] D.S., Havana, FL
I hope Congress and the Senate will not sit still and allow George Bush to grant blanket pardons to anyone including himself for their involvement in illegal activities in Iraq and /or Guantanamo Cuba. Do not cave in to the further destruction of our Constitution. Don S.,Havana Fl. 32333
[061447:011309] M.v., Philipsburg, MT
With Cheney admitting to war crimes, it is time to press for accountabiliy. Don't let Bush and his advisors get off easy after all the damage and suffering they have caused by letting pardons go through. Do the right thing! Make them pay for their crimes!
[204851:011209] M.K., Danville, VA
It is time that our representatives stood by the people of this Nation and did their job. Open your eyes and your ears and you will see and hear that the people are fed up with the state of our Nation. George Bush and Dick Cheney need to be the subject of full investigations, then held on criminal charges for the damage they have done to America while in office. These investigations need to extend throughout the Administration and those individuals that took part in the illegal activities that led us into a pre-emptive war with Iraq also need to be tried and punished accordingly for the role they played in leading us into a war based on lies. The war in Iraq has not only cost our Nation over 4000 troops, it has almost bankrupted this Nation, along with the housing crisis, which the Bush Administration has turned a blind eye to. Forget about pardons. If our Government 'employees' actions were taken despite our Constitutional guidelines, then hold them responsible for their actions. President Bush, Dick Cheney, or anyone else that thinks that they are above the law needs to be held accountable to 'We, the People". And "WE" look to you, our Congressmen/women and Senators, to LISTEN to our wishes and represent our voice. NO PARDONS for anyone unless you'd like to vote to pardon the two border guards that really were doing their job. It seems there is no justice in America anymore if you can buy your way out or have the power to abuse the law of our land.
[185043:011209] A.D., Haledon, NJ
I have heard enough of 'we must look forward--we can't look back'. A crime is a crime and no one is above the law. I know the plate is full, so to speak, however, there are enough folks on employ to give the investigation to SOMEONE. Taking care of these criminals will show 'them' that nobody messes with the US--not taking care of it invites it again in the future...
[150948:011209] J.C., Melbourne, FL
Have courage and do the right thing!