Tuesday, June 10, 2008

35 Ways to Leave Your President:
Kucinich Lists Bush's Crimes

"The house is not in order" said the gentleman from Ohio and former Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich yesterday before for a dramatic five hours he read 35 articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush for "High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Kucinich also named some of President Bush's accomplices; Dick Cheney and the White House Iraq Group or WHIG -- Condoleezza Rice, Carl Rove, Karen Hughes, Mary Matalin, James R. Wilkinson, Steven Hadley, I. Lewis Libby and Nicholas E. Calleo.

Download video of Kucinich presenting articles of impeachment against Geroge W Bush

Watch an excerpt below:

Kucinich's first co-sponsor is Rep. Robert Wexler of Florida, who has been making the case for impeachment since last year. Rep Wexler will be on Keith Olbermann today.

In January of this year Kucinich introduced, then abandoned an effort to begin impeachment proceedings against Bush.

In April 2007 Kucinich introduced impeachment articles against VP Dick Cheney.

In her last act before leaving office, Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (current Green Party Presidential candidate), began articles of impeachment against Bush. Cynthia McKinney was the most courageous member of Congress. She was targeted by Republicans for her persistent questions about 911 and subject to a smear campaign in the press.

To support Dennis Kucinich's impeachment resolution:
Call House Speaker Nancy Pelosy (D) at (202)225-0100
Call your US elected officials by entering your zip code at www.votesmart.org.
Call Dennis Kucinich to express your support and to thank him at(202)225-5871

Update (6/11/2008)
Rep. Wexler was not on Olbermann yesterday (they flashed his picture for two seconds). It's a first, a politician who shies away from discussing an issue he's advocating for. I guess Dennis Kucinich was busy washing his hair and couldn't make it either.

Keith Olbermann is like a storm in a teapot, when it comes down to it, he's as spineless as the Democrats who have allowed Mr. Bush to run amok.

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