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Judge says No to NSA Wiretaps; We Say Yes to Impeachment!
U.S. District Court Judge Anna Taylor struck down the warrantless surveillance program saying it violated the rights to Free Speech and Privacy as well as the Separation of Powers enshrined in the Constitution. While the ruling was immediately appealed by the Bush Administration which wants no restrictions on it's right to act as King of the United States, this is the first time we, as Progressives, have had Federal support for our position.

We must now do something that is very important. While the Congress is on recess, we must flood The Hill with your letters demanding that no law be passed to override the eventual decision of any Court on this Wireless, Warrantless Surveillance Program! This is the beginning of the Road to Impeachment.

Already there are bills on the The Hill that would allow the program to go forward with the most coursory of inspection. These are bills designed to allow the Bush Administration to continue for 2 1/2 more years of King-like powers without the restriction of any Congressional Oversight.

We must not let that happen! If we flood The Hill, to both Republican and Democratic incumbents alike, they will know the depth of our committment. Republican incumbents, in particular, are beginning to distance themselves from The President. A strong showing of opposition now, prior to their Congressional Election, will serve notice to distance themselves even more and change directions.

Join thousands of others who are submitting the action form below and send your words and emotions to Congress! Let them know exactly how you feel on this overwhelmingly important issue. This is, friends, the first break in the wall that the Bush Administration has tried to erect between the Courts and themselves. This is an Impeachable offense. I believe this is the beginning of the end of the Bush Administration. But we must push and push and push some more to make it happen.

Let's make use of this opportunity! Join me in writing your letter with passion and, and encourage everyone else you know to do the same.

The one click form below will send your personal message to all your government representatives selected below, with the subject "Impeach President Bush And Vice-President Cheney Now." At the same time you can send your personal comments only as a letter to the editor of your nearest local daily newspaper if you like.

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