How One Citizen Is Doing His Part -- to Prosecute George Bush for Murder
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President Barack Obama of the Capitol of Washington, it is my most sincere honor to introduce you to Citizen Bob Alexander of the State of Washington, who by the standards you have set to 'give our all' has valiantly answered your call. In fact, Citizen Bob answered that call long before you were President. He seized his responsibilities gladly, not grudgingly, just as you asked at your inauguration. And now President Obama, Citizen Bob and millions more, would like you to hear THEIR call.
Before I tell you more about Citizen Bob, allow me to remind you of a few of the inspirational words you delivered at your inauguration. Here they are in a 31 second clip:
Dare say, Mr. President, I agree with you completely. And fortunately for you, and for this country, so do Citizen Bob and millions more who are taking on difficult tasks just like we did before we made you President. The only difference is that under the previous administration our patriotism and dedication were viewed as disloyal, and our hard work was deemed unAmerican, even though we volunteered our days, our nights, and in many cases our lives to upholding our Constitution. We took no verbal oath but we acted as though we had. You see, for millions of us, our country is so beloved that we ask no pay or elected office to act on her behalf. We love her THAT much. It was daunting to protect her from her enemies for the past eight years because her primary enemy was her President, George W. Bush. He stole her dignity, plundered her resources, and slew her human treasure. And now that he's gone, it's time to bring him to justice. In truth, President Obama, if you don't pursue Mr. Bush for his crimes, we will question your love of your country and your devotion to its laws. Remember what you said in your inauguration as shown in the video above:
"What's required of us now is a new era of responsibility; a recognition on the part of every American that we have duties to ourselves, our nation and the world. Duties that we do not grudgingly accept but rather seize gladly, firm in the knowledge that there's nothing so satisfying to the spirit, so defining of our character than giving our all to a difficult task. This is the price and the promise of citizenship."
Yes, President Obama, just as you this to us, we say it back to you. If ordinary people can do extraordinary things, surely you can, too. The difference is yours won't be as extraordinary because you have the tools to prosecute Bush -- including the will of the people and the HOPE of the world.
Read the words of Citizen Bob, who exemplifies your example of citizenship. Citizen Bob is a regular guy with a small online coffee company who has dedicated his life to bringing George Bush to justice. Bob's efforts on behalf of America are selfless and heroic. Here is Bob's story in his own words:
Last July, I read Vince Bugliosi's " The Prosecution of George W. Bush For Murder." After years of thinking that Bush, Cheney, and Rice would walk away from their crimes, here at last was hope that something could be done to help right their horrible wrongs. Bugliosi clearly establishes the case that after Bush leaves office any District Attorney can prosecute Bush for murder if a member of the military from his or her own county had been killed in Iraq. After reading Mr. Bugliosi's book, I changed my SuperBeans [online coffee company] home page to read: