November l, 2000
CIC REMINDS VOTERS OF IMPEACHMENT
CIC is spreading its "get-out-the-vote" efforts by reminding
voters of where the candidates stand on impeachment. CIC is placing
road signs, in localities, which say "(Name of Congressman)Protected
Clintonsí Crimes." "Itís now payback time for all those members of
Congress who saved Clintonís hide," says CICís Jack Clayton. For
listings of where members of Congress voted on impeachment go to
"Congressís Materials" section,
HELP THE IMPEACHMENT MANAGERS
Along with You and CIC, They Made Victory Possible
CIC is also urging supporters to keep informed about the 13 impeachment
managers. Some like Rep. James Rogan (R-CA) post daily reports.
"They are heroes and they deserve the public's support," says Clayton.
To help them please click to http://www.housemanagers2000.com
The Weekly Standard's Fred Barnes says Bush will win because (the
Impeachment Managers) were not only right but politically smart to press
the case against the disgraced Democrat. "If they had winked at
Clinton's wrongdoing, as polls suggested they should, and settled for a
bland censure of the president, the overriding Clinton factor would
never have emerged. This would be a campaign about continuity, and Gore
would win easily."
And remember your own role in this historic years long struggle. There
was a time when the word "impeachment" was not allowed to be spoken in
Congressional offices. You and CIC made the difference from the very
earliest moment and continue to this day.
POPE MAY BE FREED -- KEEP UP PRESSURE
Rep. John Petersen (R-PA) visited Russia recently and is negotiating a
deal with President Putin to free American hostage Edmond Pope. It is
likely Mr. Pope will be convicted by the FSB (formerly KGB) and the
Russian courts. However, Putin has indicated he may pardon and free Mr.
Pope when the trial is over. Citing passage of his concurrent
resolution, Congressman Petersen warned Putin that if Mr. Pope is not
freed soon "it will do serious damage to future economic ties." CIC led
the effort that resulted in Congress voting to demand Pope's release.
Tell your congressmen or candidate for Congress to follow up on
Petersen's promise--suspend all loans and trade with the Russians.
GORE, BUSH NECK AND NECK
An average of the latest top four tracking polls gives George W. Bush a
4% lead in the popular vote and a marginal lead in the Electoral College
(209 to Goreís 176 --- MSNBC/Reuters 10/31/00). However, of the nine
toss-up battleground states (153 electoral votes) Gore is holding slight
leads in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Florida and Washington (87
votes). Bush leads in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee (66
votes), indicating a possible narrow victory if current numbers hold.
"Because this race is so close, no state should be taken for granted,"
says CICís Steve Miroy.
HILLARYíS ARAB TERRORIST TIES EXPOSED
In their third debate, Rick Lazio attacked Hillary Clinton
for accepting donations from an Arab organization which supports the
terrorist group Hamas. She later returned the donation, only after the
public disclosure of this secret fundraising event which raked in
$50,000. The latest polls gauge this race as a near dead heat.
SMUG CLINTON MOCKS GOP, OPPONENTS
As Clinton hits the campaign trail to get-out-the-vote for Al Gore,
details of his exclusive and controversial interview with Esquire
magazine (including an offensive cover page photo) were leaked by the
Drudge Report. A smug and arrogant Clinton, suffering from the "God
complex," has demanded that congressional Republicans and impeachment
supporters apologize to America for following their constitutional
duties. "The audacity of Bill Clinton is beyond measurement," says
CICís Mike Davis, "here he is still trying to convince people that we
are the criminals and wrongdoers." Let's impeach him again.
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