Saturday, July 12, 2008

Kucinich Pushes on Impeachment

By Jason Leopold
July 12, 2008

Congress has plenty of evidence that George W. Bush deserves impeachment for misleading the nation into war in Iraq, authorizing torture and other grave crimes, and violating the Constitution – and it is now time to act, says Rep. Dennis Kucinich.

Read on.

6 comments:

Taylor Norrish said...

The way to stop Bush from attacking Iran is to impeach now.

Get involved, it only takes a second. Vote at this site, all votes are sent to Congress.

http://www.govit.com/H_RES_1258/Impeaching_George_W__Bush,_President_of_the_United_States,_o/

George Ann Copeland said...

MY HERO! Quick, someone give the man a cape and a telephone booth. He seems to be the only one in Congress willing to stand up for Truth, Justice, and the American way that I pleged allegiance to as I was growing up.

Anonymous said...

Kucinich is a man of morals it looks like..watch for him to be removed from the game that politicians would prefer to keep getting fat on..he's right..congress has been relegated to a talking shop, the president and his administration are guilty of war crimes for self motivated reasons...bush and blair plus their cronies should be tried in den haag for crimes against humanity...for not allowing a surrender of iraq before the murder with sophisticated wmd (laser guided missiles are indiscriminate and cannotbe defended) .. and for allowing 2 million iraqis to become refugees and 1 million iraqis to die...talk about double standards by congress..they are not the last bastion of the development of humabn civilisation and should stop thinking they are

Robert Velez said...

I am the only one who thinks that this is too little, way too late.

It seems to me that Americans are facing similar circumstances to those unfortunate passengers aboard the Titanic, our ship is sinking fast with a grossly inadequate supply of lifeboats.

We, the people of the USofA, entrusted with the responsibilty of governing our leadership, have for too long been casually watching the flood waters of a corrupt legislation rise higher and higher. Well, people, the water is up to our necks and still rising!

Better late than never, I guess.

I'm not a cynic or skeptic, I believe in our ability, our duty as Americans to defend our constitution and way of life, with our lives if necessary. But rather, I am demoralized and ashamed for letting it get so bad, and I feel that I'm not the only one who feels this way.

I just hope this is the beginning of a surge by the people, by Ameriacans, to do their duty and reinstate the virtues of our Constitution and hold our leaders and supposed elected offials accountable to the oaths spoken upon taking office.

'... and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States (of America).'

Anonymous said...

I've posted some of representative Kucinich's recent radio interviews on alternate radio.

He really is standing almost alone on the impeachment issue.

Anonymous said...

Everywhere you term people are making fun of Bushs' presidency.
But everyone is afraid of his administration. To make a move against Bush for impeachment should be a no brainer since his
likability is as low as it can go
and Congress' polls are even lower so what is the problem.
Conyers and the democrats have nothing to lose.