A Draft Resolution of Congressional Censure Against 
United States Supreme Court Justices 

Kennedy, O'Connor, Rehnquist, Scalia, and Thomas 

for Their Betrayal of the American People 
and the United States Constitution 
Displayed in the Decisions of 
Bush v. Gore

Why Censure?
Letter of Introduction
The Counts of Censure
I. Applicable Laws and Principles
II. The Legal Controversy in Florida
III. The U.S. Supreme Court's Intervention
IV. The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision
V. The Anomalous Nature of the Per Curiam Rulings
VI. The Tragic Impact of the Supreme Court's Rulings
VII. The Voice of Memory
Therefore it is resolved that . . .

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May 24, 2002

The Department of Justice's recent investigation of Florida's tragically flawed 2000 presidential election reminds us that much work remains to be done to ensure that our nation never again be faced with a selected, not elected, Chief Executive. In this press release, we call for Congress to do its constitutional duty and similarly undertake its own inquiry into the tragically flawed decision of Bush v. Gore.

December 13, 2001

We invite you to read Eric C. Jacobson's op-ed piece published in the December 12, 2001 edition of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, wherein Jacobson argues that the National Opinion Research Center's study of 175,000 uncounted Florida ballots only strengthens the case against the Bush v. Gore majority. For your convenience, you may choose either plain text or the original format.