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Monday, March 13, 2006 

Ask Dayton (and Coleman) to Stand Up

I already called Sen. Dayton this morning and asked him to join Sen. Feingold and cosponsor the censure resolution. Take five minutes out of your day and ask him to as well. Dayton has only ten months remaining in office with no re-election to worry about; ask him to make a difference while he still can.

BBMN has the numbers for you.

UPDATE: Actually, if you're going to take the step of calling Sen. Dayton, go ahead and call Sen. Coleman, as well. Get him (and by him I mean his staff) on the record about his position on the resolution. If he opposes it (which I assume he does), let him know (politely, of course) that his carrying water for the Bush Administration is not appreciated, that Bush's actions have weakened Congress and Sen. Coleman's office, and that when the President of the United States breaks the law, he must be held accountable.

UPDATE #2: I called Coleman's office just before COB, and they said that they didn't have any information/a position on the censure resolution. Keep trying them tomorrow, and if anybody finds out Sen. Coleman's official position, leave a comment or send me an e-mail. Dayton's too, for that matter.

UPDATE #3: Sen. Coleman's office still has no position on the matter. (3/14)

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