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The ethics scandals combined with the president’s plummeting poll numbers have Bush and his cronies in Congress frantic about their future control over the government. They are conspiring with special interests to ram through giveaways before the 2006 mid-term elections — and calling in huge campaign contributions in return.

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The ethics scandals combined with the president’s plummeting poll numbers have Bush and his cronies in Congress frantic about their future control over the government. They are conspiring with special interests to ram through giveaways before the 2006 mid-term elections — and calling in huge campaign contributions in return.

Public Citizen MUST be there to investigate, expose and stop this growing corruption of our democracy. So, as we approach the New Year 2006 and all of the threats Americans will face to their health, safety and the democracy we all cherish, I urge you to be as generous as you possibly can in renewing your annual support.

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Petition Text:

America is still alarmingly vulnerable to a terrorist attack but the President has acted, or in many case failed to take action, under the pressure from special interest.

So the security of America now depends on your response to this threat.

I urge you to take immediate action, beginning with co-sponsoring the Chemical Security Act, introduced by Senator Corzine, to require greater physical security at America's chemical plants. Congress must also enact legislation that would require greater security for transportation of hazardous materials, raise funding for port security and increase the required verification of cargo containers coming into this country, and force nuclear plants to be able to withstand attacks comparable to 9/11.

Don't leave America vulnerable for another minute. Make this your highest priority.

Thank you. 


October 15, 2018

Subject:
Make America Secure





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