Friday, February 22, 2008

A Polite Voicemail

"Hello, this message is for Mr. Viet Dinh, there is no need to call this number back. Mr. Dinh, I was wondering if you had any intention of apologizing to the nation for writing the USA PATRIOT Act. Thank you and have a good day."

It was liberating.

If you would like to leave Mr. Dinh a message, feel free to call him:

Bancroft Associates PLLC
(202) 234 0090

Don't hesitate to mention should he ever be considered a nominee to the Supreme Court, he should refuse such an offer. Apparently his name has been kicked around for such a purpose. Imagine him in the judiciary rather than as Deputy Attorney General. He could really do some damage there, don't you think?

And while you're at it, why not give Representative Jim Sensenbrenner a telephone call? He is the one who introduced the bill into Congress:

(202) 225 5101

Ask him if his refrigerator is running while you're at it.

This country owes both of these guys a debt of gratitude. Just think of all the lives they saved with all those thwarted terrorist attacks! Wait, the US Government hasn't prevented any real attack since 9/11? They've all been...nothing?




crallspace said...

I'd like to call both those assholes and give em a piece of my mind, but the message would get filtered by some young aide, and the only possible thing that could come from it is a callback from some agency I'd rather not hear from.

Shelley said...