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John Conyers, Cindy Sheehan, Joe Wilson

Word is John Conyers and three dozen other Al Qaeda members Congressional Democrats have written a letter to President Bush, urging him to meet (for the second time) with Conyers’ old pal, Cindy Sheehan.

Representative John Conyers, D-Mich., swears-in, left to right, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, Cindy Sheehan, whose son was killed in Iraq, and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern on Capitol Hill Thursday, June 16, 2005, during a hearing by Democrats on the so-called ‘Downing Street Memo.’

Now Conyers is using his taxpayer provided website to raise money for Cindy’s noble cause:

Help Cindy Sheehan in Crawford

Message to Bush:  Talk to Cindy!

Help us write 1,000 Letters
to the Editor for Cindy


Cindy has waited a long time for answers from the President.  Answers to questions about the Downing Street Minutes, about the real reasons for war in Iraq, and to what end was her son asked to sacrifice his life.  Right now Mrs. Sheehan is staging a vigil outside the president’s house on a sun-baked dusty road in Crawford, Texas waiting for Bush to talk to her and offer a real explanation for why we are in Iraq.


Cindy is prepared to wait as long as it takes for the President to meet with her.  Help us help Mrs. Sheehan and other grieving mothers get some real answers.


Make use of my Crawford Action Center below to get involved and lend your support.  I will be regularly providing updates of the media coverage in Crawford, so be sure to check back and keep informed.

Maybe I’m cynical. But sometimes I wonder just who Conyers’ real constituents are.

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John Conyers, (D Iraq)

I guess it’s anybody who hates the United States.

This article was posted by Steve on Sunday, August 21st, 2005. Comments are currently closed.

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