A letter to Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives,
the United States Congress, dated March 15, 2007
I am pleased with the Democratic leadership's actions to thwart the
inhuman war in Iraq, which has wasted taxpayer money in the cause of an
illegal war against a virtually defenseless people.
America was lied to. Your actions to stem, hopefully to totally block,
appropriations that would allow the war to continue, are praiseworthy.
The American people are thanking you now, day and night.
But it is not enough. The American people are on the verge of saying
that their government does not fuction on their behalf, and has allowed
a small group at the top to fester that is bent on inhumane conquest.
Any move to bring Bush and his cohorts to justice will serve to
ameliorate the rage that Americans feel. It should be done swiftly. He
must be impeached.
Bush and others in authority may think they have a right to rule, but
Democratic government is nothing but a truce among the various factions
that constitute the governed. There is no telling when that truce will
be called off. This is the basic reason why governments are able to
fuction. They function under the eternal pressure that the truce may be
called off, and the government structure may be considered moot. That
is why it is incumbent on those in government to see that the terms of
the "truce" are carried out in ways that are just and equitable,
not only for the American people but for all of our world partners.
We thank you for your efforts in this direction, and pray that your
efforts will bear fruit.
Speaker Pelosi, do not think that your deeds are unappreciated.
Millions of Americans, the majority, in fact, are applauding what you
and your fellow Democrats and Republican and independent allies are
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