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Emergency Session of Poose Congress Called

An emergency session of Poose Congress was called today in order to aid Senator Chris Dodd on his filibuster of the FISA/telecom immunity act, after Harry Reid turned to the dark side to allow a debate to grant telecom companies immunity for illegally spying on US citizens. The cats will help field questions to Senator Dodd and turn pages for him as he reads the constitution.

The Pooses for Peace will also attend the session. These cats will aid Senator Dodd with Bite and Run patrols to insure that he succeeds.

The Pooses for Peace have already issued a warning to Harry Reid, "No immunity for those telecom companies that illegally spied on us...... or else!" Senator Reid has not commented on this threat.

If your pet humans are concerned about the illegal spying on US citizens and do not want the telecom companies to get away with it... have them call their senators to support Chris Dodd. Click on for more info.


Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

what is wrong with people? my beans don't do anything wrong but i don't want anyone listening in on them, especially when they are talking about Bendrix.

i'll help ask questions! so will Bendrix.

The Meezers said...

Sammy and Miles reporting for bite and run duty!

zevo calamari said...

This just in from the blog-o-shere

"Ted Kennedy on Retroactive Immunity for the Telecoms: “We would be aiding and abetting the President in his illegal actions, his contempt for the rule of law, and his attempt to hide his lawbreaking from the American people”

Thank you Senator Kennedy!

Chairman Mao said...

Thankies fur the heads-up. My momma and daddy feel furry strongly about that issue, too. We Ballicai are reportin fur bite and run, too!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

Thank you for the heads-up! I, too, shall participate in bite-and-run.

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn!

Karen Jo said...

I am very glad that the Poose Congress is in session to help defeat immunity for the telecoms. Thank you to Ted Kennedy and Chris Dodd.

Thank you for your kind words about my sister-in-law. They helped me tremendously.