READER COMMENTS ON
"Conyers to Friedman: 'Great Appreciation And Many Thanks'"
(10 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 7/12/2005 @ 9:09 pm PT...
I can't speak for Brad, but I think the thanks go to Congressman Conyers.
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 7/12/2005 @ 9:29 pm PT...
Congressman John Conyers:
Can you imagine government without him?
Go John Go! Keep the fire burning under the feet of the neo-cons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 7/12/2005 @ 11:14 pm PT...
Bless you, John Conyers! If we had more true "representatives" like you, we'd be a democratic country still.
On a more "political" note, I think Conyers' endorsement should be broadcast across the blogs. Brad needs undergirding...and funding!
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 6:56 am PT...
YESSS!!! How many blogs get notes like that, conveying Conyers' thanks & endorsement??!!!
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 7:32 am PT...
Subj: Supporting House Judiciary efforts to assert the rule of law over the White House
Thanks for stpping by. I've been unable to access or get any responses when requesting access to your blog. [More . . .]
Feel free to outline an alternative regisration or e-mail address where this registration process can be timely completed.
Here is a suggestions on what can be done to get the House Judiciary Comittee to look into the Downing Street Memo. [More . . . ]
It involves getting the Senate to agree to shut down the White House nominations/appointements until the House Judiciary Commitee agrees to look into the issues of war crimes/and actually does look into the issues of war crimes, DSM, and other allegations of high crimes coming out of the Rover Grand Jury investigation by Prosecutor Fitzgerald.
I welcome your comments and feedback.
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 7:56 am PT...
FYI: If you're wondering how the House Judiciary Committee is holding up, the Chairman is under scrutiny. [ More . . .]
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 10:04 am PT...
Constant #5 --
I have asked the site Admin at ConyersBlog to help with your registration problem. My request appears in this thread, comment #24, at ConyersBlog.
If this somehow goes unnoticed, I'll try again in more recent thread. If there is anything else I can do let me know, either by email or within an open thread.
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 10:22 am PT...
Torqued #7 ---
Once again, you've done it! Thanks for your assistance.
My only point is: I'd like to contribute; but if it's "such a hassle" to do something this simple, I can only wonder the difficulties we're going to have with attempting to review the DSM or oversee the DoJ, JTTF, and judicial matters.
Yes, I look at this registration "issue" as an indicator: responsivness, ability to solve problems. I would hope that the difficulties with doing something apparently this simple be factored into the assessments and estimates for those plans to review the larger issues on the plate. [More . . .]
If professional assistance is needed, it's time to say, "We need help," not have an adhoc approach. The opponent has already engaged with the professioals; selfevidently, they are better organized. We need to do better in order to preserve both the rule of law and an accountable White House. An opponent cannot simply be won over; this one has to be defeated and made to lose.
Yes, this is intended to be a wake up call. Can't afford to muck around.
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 7/13/2005 @ 8:18 pm PT...
Let's give it up for PRESIDENT Conyers 2008!!!?
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
said on 7/14/2005 @ 1:53 pm PT...
Wow! What a powerful endorsement by our HERO, Congressman Conyers! It's such an honor for me to do whatever I can to support both Conyers and Brad.
Heartfelt thanks to both of you!