Call In the Bulldog
Ed Haas is on the money when he rallies everyone to contact new House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
However, it is important to also call in the bulldog. Without getting help from the bulldog, Pelosi will never listen.
Who's the bulldog?
Congressman Henry Waxman.
Waxman may be a super-nerdy looking guy, but he is the bulldog of investigations in the House. Even when there was no chance of criminal prosecutions due to the political make-up of the House, Waxman methodically documented wrongdoing in multiple areas and issued numerous, well-documented reports of wrongdoing.
Indeed, the scoop from Republican insiders before the election was that the biggest fear was Waxman being in the majority party, since he is such an investigative bulldog (the other main fear was Conyers being in the majority party in the Senate and initiating impeachment proceedings).
While contacting Pelosi is vital, she will not lift a finger unless Waxman tells her it is a vital issue with abundant evidence of wrongdoing. He's the guy who digs up the dirt, and he's been champing at the bit for years to bring criminal investigations against the wrongdoers in Washington. Light a fire under Waxman about 9/11, and he will light a fire under the House leadership.
So please write a thoughtful letter laying out the FACTS which prove that 9/11 was an inside job, and politely demand that Waxman investigate. Please write AND fax. If you have time, please also call.
You should know that Waxman has already called for investigations into certain aspects of 9/11. See here, here, here, here, here, and here. Thoughtful, fact-based letters with links to source materials may push him to the next level. And once the bulldog is on the trail of wrongdoing, he just might not let go.
Waxman's contact information is:
In Washington, D.C.:
2204 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
(202) 225-3976 (phone)
(202) 225-4099 (fax)
In Los Angeles:
8436 West Third Street, Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 651-1040 (phone)
(818) 878-7400 (phone)
(310) 652-3095 (phone)
(323) 655-0502 (fax)
If you don't know where to start with your letter, look here
Thanks to Jon Gold for the links.