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Dear Friends,

Last night, while in NY, I had a whirlwind tour of a number of studios - not least of which my good friend Stephen Colbert.

Suffice to say, this time, I declined his invitation to "repeat after me."  I had a great time though, and if you haven't seen the interview, I'm sure it's available online.

However, I thought you'd be most interested in the fact that I took my argument for Impeachment Hearings straight into the heart of conservative media: Fox News.

Yes... they actually let me in the building.  Twice.

On both Hannity and Colmes as well as this morning on Fox and Friends, I explained my belief that Congress has no choice but to address these's obvious and deliberate abuses of power.

I argued that we can protect our nation - and still adhere to the Constitution.

Here's the video:

It is our duty in Congress to uphold the law.   It is, in part, what we were elected to do in office.

Naturally, there was some dispute as to my points - but that's more than reasonable.  What's not reasonable is for us to table important investigations because it may - or may not - have an affect on the upcoming election.  Nor is it reasonable to state that Congress cannot do more than one thing at a time.

In the last days, so many of you have written and called both my legislative office and my re-election campaign.  Thank you so much for your words of support.  I hope to continue to work on these issues throughout the rest of this session, and into my next term.

Sincerely,
Congressman Robert Wexler
www.wexlerforcongress.com

Originally posted to Wexler For Congress Campaign on Fri Jun 27, 2008 at 03:05 PM PDT.

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