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The Senate must not pardon President Bush for breaking the law

This week, the Senate is planning to quietly hold a vote that would pardon President Bush for breaking the law by illegally wiretapping innocent Americans. So far, Democrats and some Republicans are holding strong against the bill, and there are good chances to stop it if enough of us speak up.

"The Senate must not pardon President Bush for breaking the law by illegally wiretapping innocent Americans. Instead, Congress should be holding him accountable."

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SUBJECT: Do not Pardon the president for breaking the law
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Dear Senators,

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Many legal experts agree that the president's program to wiretap Americans who have nothing to do with terrorism violates the law. President Bush already has the authority to wiretap suspected terrorists--but he chose to reach beyond that.

Congress should be trying to hold him accountable. Instead, some in Congress are trying to let President Bush off the hook completely. And this legislation would give the President even more unchecked power.

The Senate must not pardon President Bush for breaking the law.

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