Skip to comments.Ramos & Compean - A letter to President Bush
Posted on 11/11/2008 9:45:59 AM PST by NordP
You have done an exceptional job of protecting us for the past 7 years. My wife and I are truly grateful for your fortitude in the face of unceasing opposition from within and without our borders.
There is one glaring injustice that remains a stain upon the fabric of our country. United States Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean have been more than sufficiently punished for the accusations of Johnny Sutton and the serial criminal illegal alien drug dealer.
They are in conditions far worse than the enemy combatants currently (justifiably) incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
If anything, you have taught America that doing the right thing isnt always easy, but it is always right!
I beg you Mr. President please do the right thing without delay and send these men back to their young families where they belong.
Please perform this one final act of compassion; pardon those two honorable Patriots and end their nightmare.
President Bush has been put through the mill. He has always been respectful - I ask that you also return the favor in your letters.
God Bless you and your Administration, Sir. Thank you for all you have done that we know and don't know because you have been too humble and classy to share.
letters can also be emailed to
comment line 202-456-1111
I've been meaning to write the WH and ask for a signed picture; I think I'll do that today. I'd love to put it on the wall in my office--I'm surrounded by liberals. :)
Be sure to ask for the picture of W coming off the plane in his flight suit. The caption reads, "Because of you our nation is more secure. ...President George W. Bush, May 1, 2003" ---that'll REALLY throw the libs into a tizzy!
I have that pic on my wall right along side the picture with W w/the flag behind him. The inscription reads, "We will not waver: we will not tire; we will not falter; and we will not fail. Peace and freedom will prevail. ...President George W. Bush .....Presential Address to the Nation October 7, 2001"
Thanks, I believe that’s where he sent it.
Whoops - Presential = Presidential
I've called the White House Comment Line 202-456-1111 lots and told the operators the president is ill-served by his "good friend" Johnny Sutton--the man's a liar and aiding the cartels while chilling law enforcement.
Bush isn't pardoning them. He's a friend of Mexico and thinks we're vigilantes for wanting the border secure.
Like John McCain whose good friend is Juan Hernandez.
Suppressing U.S. wages with tens of millions of Mexican workers is good for pigs.
Keeping the drug trade moving is good for pigs.
I'm old school--I favor the constitution, the laws, the border, and the part about the president being a natural born citizen.
Hey, hey, hey--what kind of crazy talk is that.
I hear ya!
I heard that!
I sent my letter to Prez Bush and VP Cheney just now!
Hopefully, he’ll do the right thing and pardon these
I had always hoped he would. Didn't Clinton do massive pardons the night before he left office? Maybe it just seemed that way because of the people he pardoned.
Sadly, President Bush has nothing to gain now by pardoning Ramos and Compean. Being a decent man, I hope that isn't what he will base his final acts upon.
Pardon Ramos and Compean!
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