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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Letters To Bush

Don't Blame the Victims, Get to Work
In the immediate days after Katrina, we saw the best of America as millions of people stepped forward to offer help. Meanwhile, the Bush administration failed at their most important job: keeping America safe. The federal effort was too little, too late and the fact that the White House would blame state and local officials after they had begged for help is appalling.

"President Bush should stop blaming the victims of Hurricane Katrina and get to work helping them."
from : MoveOn.org

YOUR COMMENT TO THE PRESIDENT

TO: President Bush
CC: (Your Representative and Senators)
FROM: (Your Name and Email)
SUBJECT: Stop Blaming the Victims, Help Them
__________

Dear President Bush,

(Your personal note)

In the immediate days after Katrina, we saw the best of America as millions of people stepped forward to offer help. Meanwhile, your administration failed at its most important job: keeping America safe. The federal effort was too little, too late and the fact that you would blame state and local officials after they had begged for help is appalling.

You must stop blaming the victims and get to work helping them.

Don't Blame the Victims, Get to Work :: link


Don't You Dare
The republicans got sidetracked by Katrina. Not for long tho. A couple of weeks. They intend to keep pushing tax cuts for the wealthy while cutting programs for the poor, student loans, etc... Don't let them do it...   Regards   - fc

Open Letter to President Bush, Majority Leader Frist and Speaker Hastert
from John Kerry.com

President Bush, Majority Leader Frist and Speaker Hastert,

It is totally unbelievable to me that, at this time of pain and suffering for so many people in our nation, Republican leaders have yet to forego their plans to lavish more tax cuts on the wealthy and well-connected.

Such tax cuts at this time would be a total betrayal of American values – and a slap in the face of people in the Gulf Coast who have lost and suffered through so much and have so far to go on the road to recovery.

I demand that the leaders of the Republican Party act immediately to take the idea of tax cuts for the wealthy off the table. And I won’t stop working until you do.

Our message to those who would even contemplate bestowing more tax cuts on the wealthy at this time is clear and unambiguous: Don’t you dare!

Signed,

Your name here

Don't You Dare :: petition link


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