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Mr. Scott McClellan has been asked to testify under oath before the House Judiciary Committee and all of America, to answer the grossly belated questions concerning the allegations of criminal abuse of power by the president, the vice president and other Bush administration officials. The truth must be allowed to be spoken plainly and with all certain resolve, followed by a direct course of action from the Honorable Chairman John Conyers, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Also under House Judiciary Committee consideration are other renegade officials (Karl Rove, Harriet Miers, Joshua Bolton and David Addington) who likewise have placed themselves above the law, but will soon be forced to comply with outstanding subpoenas.

It is very important that the good and brave citizens of this great country let their elected representatives know that these are matters of great concern that need to be investigated and resolved with no further delay. By elected representatives, I mean The Hon. John Conyers (chairman of the Judiciary Committee), your state representative and both state senators. If you can indifferently turn your head to the … charges brought forth without asking for further clarification, then you are sadly already beyond my hope and obviously have other allegiances than to the good people and future of this great nation.

It is past time that the brave and courageous of the U.S.A. stand up for righteousness and true justice in the face of evil intent that is like a cancer on our society, setting a horrid precedent for our children’s generation. These matters need to be resolved now. I expect all good citizens to heed this call to act.

— Scotch Blanchard
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