Form letters

by Henry Farrell on July 11, 2003

Grumpy US readers, who would like Congress to push the administration harder on what it did and didn’t know about WMD, should breeze over to “Brett Marston’s”: blog for a nice example of how to bother your Congressperson, by framing the problem in terms of Congress’s powers and responsibilities. Tho’ readers with Republican congressional representatives may want to skip the bit on Republican hypocrisy and Clinton-bashing in their own letters.



Jeremy Osner 07.11.03 at 8:32 pm

A-and they can also sign’s new petition, too!


Jacob Remes 07.11.03 at 11:06 pm

The side benefit to such a letter, besides hopefully spurring an investigation, is to tell Democratic leaders that it’s a good move politically to challenge the administration on this.


Doug 07.14.03 at 8:19 am

I’d love to help, but am a legal resident of DC & thus without a representative. As long as y’all are writing Congress, spare a line for the half million District residents who have taxation without representation?

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