Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Senator Feinstein's Reply

Here's what Senator Feinstein's office sent me in response to my letter last week.

January 21, 2005

Dear Mr. XXX:

Thank you for writing me regarding the future of Iraq. I
appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

Throughout the majority of Iraq, the regime of Saddam Hussein
has been defeated and removed from power. Despite our success in
freeing the Iraqi people, our military continues to encounter resistance
throughout the country and must maintain a presence until an interim
authority can be established to restore order and begin helping the Iraqi
people reconstitute their basic social services.

So, as the fighting stops and as the remnants of the regime are
removed, we must take the lead in rebuilding the Iraqi nation, in
stabilizing its new government, in providing interim security to prevent
the emergence of tribal hostilities and to see that Iraq is no longer a
producer of weapons of mass destruction.

I am hopeful that all Iraqis of every ethnic and faith group, large
and small, will be engaged in the process to establish a new Iraq. I
firmly believe that the U.S. should work closely with the United Nations
and our allies in the reconstruction of Iraq.

It is essential to demonstrate to Muslims everywhere that the
United States, while a powerful nation, is motivated by a sincere desire
to one day see the entire world safe, prosperous, and free.

Again, thank you for writing. I hope you will continue to keep
me informed of your views and concerns. If you should have any further
questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact my Washington,
D.C. staff at (202) 224-3841.

Sincerely yours,

Dianne Feinstein
United States Senator

http://feinstein.senate.gov

Further information about my position on issues of concern to California and the
Nation are available at my website http://feinstein.senate.gov. You can also
receive electronic e-mail updates by subscribing to my e-mail list at
http://feinstein.senate.gov/issue.html.

The really funny thing about this is that her propaganda hasn't even been updated in what must be over a year. Well, just goes to show you, she's beyond hope. She's a Democrat In Name Only.

2 Comments:

Blogger Bowman said...

Yeah, Feinstein sucks. No way in hell I'm voting for her when she's up for re-election. I sent a letter of complaint to her office right afte the vote on Iraq saying what an idiot she was (albeit in a more polite voice of course). Her response letter was basically the same BS that Bush was coming up with at the time.

Then she had glowing things to say about dumb ass Rice. Yeah, she's more of a Republican than Democrat.

7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It takes so much monet to get elected in California that only candidates with statewide "Name Recoginition" can raise the funds. Even running for city councils in the smallest cities can cost $100,000+.
Campaigns are endless, Mike Gordon (23rd Assembly District) just got elected and has started his re-election campaign! by proposing legislation to lower the majority percentage for approval for "public safety" taxes. Hundreds of thousands of police and sheriffs vote. Steve Lee http://polyscibase.blogspot.com/

11:34 AM  

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