- After reading the most recent e-mail from Jeff Schwilk,
director of the San Diego chapter of the Minuteman Project, with regard
to the border patrol agent brutally murdered in Mexico and Obama and Napolitano
allowing Mexico to "lead the way" in its investigation.
- An American named Mr. Nedd said, "I promised a few
of you that I would consider drafting a letter on behalf of Jeff and his
Minutemen to send to California Congressmen Ed Royce, Brian Bilbray and
Duncan Hunter to demand action. I haven't done that yet but what I have
done is drafted and faxed a letter to the House Committee Chairman of Homeland
Security, Congressman Peter King of New York, requesting him to call for
the immediate resignation of Janet Napolitano as Homeland Security Director.
I also sent a copy of it to my own Congressman, Peter Visclosky. I have
attached the letter in this e-mail. I removed the street address in this
letter, though I added it before faxing Reps. King and Visclosky.
- "While I am convinced that it is absolutely critical
to remove Barack Obama from the Oval Office as soon as possible, knowing
the political correctness that is prevalent on Crapitol Hill (misspelling
acknowledged), I also believe we need to take the first step and insist
on the removal of Miss Napolitano as Homeland Security Director. To that
end, I believe it is imperative that we pepper Rep. King's office as well
as the office of your Congressmen and Congresswomen with signed letters
and signed faxes, demanding the removal of the incompetent one who's regularly
been lying to us by saying that the borders are secured.
- "If you're like me, you're tired of being an armchair
commander and would rather be out on the front lines. Some of us can,
others can't, depending on where we live and what is occurring in our respective
- "But what we all can do is make our voices heard
loud and clear that the situation at the southern border is completely
unacceptable. We must take SUSTAINED ACTION to pressure Rep. King to call
for Napolitano's resignation. It will not occur if we let up.
- "I have attached this particular letter, not for
praise for how well I said what I said, but to compel you to action and
to use this letter, should you wish to do so, as a guideline for what to
say. You are free to use any part of it or none at all; it's up to you.
- "Calls are fine, provided they are followed up with
correspondence in writing or faxing. Calls, however, can be forgotten
and ignored so regardless of whether you call, do write or fax your reps
as well as Chairman King. Do not e-mail or even use the web forms provided
by many lawmakers. They will likely be ignored. The fastest and most
effective way to get correspondence to your lawmakers is to get a signed
faxed to them. That is preferred to using one of those free or low cost
fax services that fax by e-mail. They can be good but they don't have original
signatures. Good letters need signatures.
- "Keep letters to one page. I know it's difficult
- I have this problem all the time. But if we're going to bury our lawmakers
in letters, we obviously want them to look at what we have to say. If
the letter is more than one page, they are less likely to do so if they
know an avalanche of them are coming their way.
- "If you don't have a manual fax at home, go to a
real estate office, bank or printer to find one to get your fax sent. It
may cost a couple bucks but it obviously will be well worth it. Letters
will take longer because of the slowness of mail, plus because mail officials
in DC will go and sort thru them for signs of anthrax or other powder.
Do a fax.
- "Make sure you have your full address on your fax.
As I said earlier, for the purposes of this e-mail, I left out my street
address. Feel free to add your e-mail address if you wish but not too
many Congressmen and senators write that way.
- "As tough as it may be, be polite in your letters.
Be firm, yes, and even be insistent that action be taken to quickly oust
Miss Incompetent. But never issue a threat (other than possibly saying
that you will vote him or her out of office if they fail the people); not
only does that not work but depending on what you say, you may get in trouble
with the law.
- "Make sure the font on your letter is reasonable
in size and make sure you get a copy of your letter to your Congressman.
Again, feel free to use my letter as a guideline
- "I have intentionally not said anything about the
Senate because it's doubtful the GOP could muster a majority there to concur
with the House. But since the GOP is in control of the House, we could
very well see an ouster or at least a majority of the House issuing a no-confidence
vote on Napolitano. And if we do, something may happen.
- "As I also said earlier, we must remove Obama but
it goes without saying that it would be much easier to first force Janet
out instead of him. I believe Rep. King and his committee have an obligation
to investigate Obama, not just on the eligibility issue but because of
alleged mass fraud by using others Social Security numbers and allegedly
committing Selective Service fraud. It has been said that as an ordinary
citizen, Obama would be unable to gain security clearance by the FBI.
It is quite believable and thus believable that the Obama currently there
is fraudulent in every way, shape and form. But let's get Napolitano out
- "Rep. King's office fax is (202) 226-2279 and the
fax number at the House office of Homeland Security is (202) 226-3399.
Use on or both numbers to reach him.
- "If anyone needs assistance or guidance in composing
their own letters, feel free to ask and I'll respond in due course.
- "Post this note at every patriotic site, forum,
blog, message board, etc. that you can. Enlist the aid of your fellow
patriots by forwarding this to them. We cannot afford to let up on insisting
that Congress, and for now the House, issue a no-confidence vote and that
Rep. King will lead the way. Sustained faxes pouring in day and night
will get the message something must be done. This cannot be emphasized
enough. We need our borders protected and secured in the worst way. Let's
start the process of removing this bimbo today."