Today is the public launch of our "Censure" campaign. We're taking out a full-page ad in the Washington Post. We're also holding a press conference in Washington, including two former top intelligence officers from the CIA and the State Department, as well as:

  a.. A mother from Oregon whose daughter, a member of a National Guard unit deployed to Iraq a year ago, was injured by a mortar round; and

  b.. A father from San Diego who lost his son, a US Marine, in combat in Iraq.

Thanks to you, we've already reached well beyond our goal of 300,000 people calling on Congress to censure President Bush for misleading us in his rush to war. In fact, more than 400,000 of us have now signed on.

Can you help us make today's launch even more impactful, by calling your Representative and Senators? You can reach them at:

   Senator Mike DeWine
   DC Phone: 202-224-2315
   Local Phone: 937-376-3080

   Senator George V. Voinovich
   DC Phone: 202-224-3353
   Local Phone: 614-469-6697

   Representative Patrick J. Tiberi
   DC Phone: 202-225-5355
   Local Phone: 614-523-2555

For talking points, see our previous email.

Please let us know you're calling, by clicking here.

President Bush's interview with Tim Russert on Sunday showed that our campaign is more important than ever. Bush is still trying to mislead us with statements like, "I expected to find the weapons [because] I based my decision on the best intelligence possible." The facts show the opposite, of course. (Again, see our previous email, linked above, for details.)

Thanks for making these calls today.

- Adam, Carrie, Eli, James, Joan, Laura, Noah, Peter, Wes, and Zack
  The Team