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All Attorneys Working in the Congress During and for the Bush Administration Should be Disbarred

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We the People of the United States need to rise up en mass and demand that disciplinary committees of bar associations around the country summon their designated bar members to a hearing on the issue of continued bar membership for failure to discharge their sworn oath.

As an afterthought, I would extend the same reasoning to State Governors offices, State Legislatures, Attorneys General, and State Agencies that employ staff attorneys. I would also clarify that unless the attorney resigns his or her bar membership, the sworn oath requires an attorney to leave the scene of non-constitutional compliance after the failure of heeding his or her advice by those others involved and do so with a noise. The attorney may not under any circumstances be a party to non compliance! Only in this way may we continue and maintain constitutional democracy. If attorneys are not lions at the gate of democracy we are doomed!

UPDATE!  The recent public filing of complaints for bar membership of some twelve Bush era attorneys is reflective of the above article. However it ought to be just the beginning for attorneys working anywhere in government who knew of the crimes against the Constitution and did nothing are equally guilty as those who actually drafted the torture memos. It is time for a house cleaning!

Mr. Wallace challenged the leaders of the LDS or Mormon Church, which he was a member of, to change their policy of racism against Black male members. In 1976, after attempting in vain for several years to meet and reason with them he gave them notice of his discontinued subordination and ordained a Black man to the priesthood resulting in his excommunication. Nevertheless the leaders some two years later reversed themselves without apology.

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