Patricia, thanks for taking action on behalf of TheTeaParty.net. Your messages are on the way.
An individual copy of your letter will be sent to each official:
April 20, 2013
Dear Representative Barr,
Dear Senator McConnell,
Dear Senator Paul,
The Obama Regime has blood on their hands. They have the blood of the four men, including U.S.
Ambassador Chris Stevens, on their hands since they sat back and did nothing while the torturous massacre at Benghazi occurred. They have the blood of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and the hundreds of Mexican citizens killed by individuals wielding guns from the botched gun running Operation Fast and
Furious on their hands. They have the blood of all those who were killed during the sho oting initiated by the Muslim serviceman Nidal Malik Hasan who is still not prosecuted under Eric Holder’s Department of
(In) Justice. The fact that the Obama Regime refuses to answer questions surrounding these avoidable, tragic situations is an insult to the American people and those victims who died in these incidents.
Couple all of these outrageous incidents with Obama’s blatant overreach, with his royal decrees that undermine the Constitution, and with his release of thousands of illegal immigrants recently under the guise of budget cuts due to the sequester, and his actions are not simply infuriating, they are impeachable. Add
in his thuggish threatening of journalists Bob Woodward, Lanny Davis, and a reporter with the National Journal and we have a presidency ripe for the investigation of a special prosecutor!
As your constituent, I demand that you call for a special prosecutor (and one not appointed by the president) to investigate the ever growing overreaching, disturbing, and dangerous acts by President
The man is a huge hypocrite. While gun running all over the ME and Mexico he is demanding we give up our God given rights to own a firearm. Out of my dead cold hands.
I removed my name and address for obvious reasons. I added the last paragraph to the pre-written letter.
I know everyone is sick of signing petitions, but the vote against gun control showed how our phone calls, emails, and letters stopped that particular piece of legislation from going through. I called Senator McConnell’s office and the lines were so busy they could not take any more calls. I also called the regular Senator line and also could not get through due to the volume of calls. So I figured it was us gun loving people who were calling. Usually if one is against something those people make the calls.
Go to this link to sign the petition: