FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CITIZENS FOR LEGITIMATE GOVERNMENT CO-SPONSORS PRO-DEMOCRACY MARCH ON WASHINGTON, MAY 19

TO JOIN IN VOTERMARCH PROTEST CONTACT:
Michael Rectenwald mike@legitgov.org

On May 19, CLG will co-sponsor the march on Washington D.C. to restore democracy. Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG,) www.legitgov.org, a nonpartisan, pro-Democracy action group, encourages the march for democracy and the protest of the fraudulent selection of George W. Bush as P-Resident. Individuals will, as Votermarch describes, "express their outrage over the disenfranchisement of voters that occurred in election 2000 (see articles on the voter purge at," linksPcommentary.html#Palast" by Greg Palast), the U.S. Supreme Court's highly partisan decisions which usurped the rights of voters, and to call for critically-needed voting and electoral reforms."

The March for Democracy on May 19 is one in a series of protests co-sponsored or sponsored by CLG and other pro-democracy groups, decrying the installment of G.W. Bush as president, against the will of the people. "CLG will protest for the duration of the GW Bush Occupation. We'll move on when he moves out," said CLG spokesman, Michael Rectenwald. Mike Rectenwald will be speaking in Washington on May 19 (see http://www.votermarch.org/speakers.htm)

CLG also wishes to express its disdain for Bush's anti-democratic policies, which were rejected when he lost the election. "Remember," said Rectenwald, "the selection of Bush by means of fraud, intimidation, propaganda and judicial injustice was necessary for the G.O.P. and their backers because the country rejected him and his policies. He was rejected, not elected, not only because he is an idiot, but also because he is bad for the U.S. and bad for the world."

Further details regarding CLG and the May 19 march on Washington can be obtained at: http://www.legitgov.org/action.html .

Citizens for Legitimate Government is a strategic grassroots group recently created by concerned, tax-paying citizens, after an activist U.S. Supreme abandoned its Constitutional obligations and upheld the Republican Party's efforts to eliminate the democratic process from the 2000 presidential contest. The members of the group refuse to recognize the Bush administration as legitimate. More information on the group's activities can be found on their website at http://www.legitgov.org .

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