Legislative Strategy

Standing Orders to Delay on 911: Legislators Indict President Bush & Vice President Bush

RE: Request to Indict President Bush & Vice President Bush
for Criminal Neglect and Failure to Lift Standing Orders to Delay on 9/11

Dear Representative:

The United States has written laws so that people might know their rights and secure justice through the courts.
The U.S. Constitution requires that all elected officials take an oath promising to uphold and defend the U.S. Constitution.
Violating the Constitution is a crime. Those who violate the Constitution are criminals.

I am writing to you out of concern that constitutional violations occurred on 9/11.

Article 4, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution states:
Every State shall be protected against Invasion; and domestic Violence.

President Bush and Vice President Cheney failed to protect the U.S. against Invasion on 9/11.

When notified of the attack on the World Trade Centers, President Bush neglected to assume his duties as Commander in Chief on 9/11, but instead continued participating in a reading lesson being conducted in a public school classroom in the State of Florida.

U.S. Constitution: Defensive Actions Reserved to States

Article 1, Section 8 states: