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Santabot 04-24-2007 09:15 PM

Impeachment rallies this weekend!
 
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People will call for the impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney at over 100 actions planned across the country on Saturday, April 28.

The creative actions include rallies, banner drops on freeways, "guerrilla slide shows" on the sides of New York City buildings, skywriting, and "human murals" of people spelling out "IMPEACH!" with their bodies at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, Coney Island in New York, the foot of the Washington monument in Washington, D.C., and other locations.

"George Bush and Dick Cheney lied the nation into an illegal war of aggression, are spying on millions of innocent Americans, and have authorized the use of torture," said Jacob Park, the national coordinator of the April 28 impeachment actions. "The time has come for all Americans--particularly our representatives in Congress--to decide where they we stand. To turn a blind eye to lying, spying, and torture makes a mockery of our most basic values and the very notion of democracy."

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) plans to introduce articles of impeachment for Vice President Dick Cheney at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

"Cheney spokeswoman Megan McGinn responded to Kucinich's announcement by saying that the vice president has served the nation honorably for almost 40 years," reports the Associated Press.

"The vice president is focused on the serious issues facing our nation," McGinn said.

On Friday, Vermont state senators passed a resolution calling for the impeachment of both the president and vice president for actions that have raised "serious questions of constitutionality."
Original Source: http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Impeac..._for_0423.html

cosmo kramer 04-24-2007 10:10 PM

If you were old enough to vote, who would you cast your vote for as our new President?

Santabot 04-24-2007 10:19 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmo kramer
If you were old enough to vote, who would you cast your vote for as our new President?

There haven't been too many Libertarian candidates announced thus far, but of those, I would most likely choose from. As far as mainstream, the only candidate I could support would be Ron Paul of the Republican party, although he is a true conservative and not a raging religious republican like there have been the past 50 years in office.

EDIT: and I will be old enough in the 2008 election.

Neo 04-25-2007 08:17 AM

Can we vote to impeach Pelosi?

She misguides, misrepresents, and lies...

purpahurl 04-25-2007 08:38 AM

Senate
 
There needs to be a push on to get Hary Ried to resign.

Isaac-Saxxon 04-25-2007 08:49 AM

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Originally Posted by purpahurl
There needs to be a push on to get Harry Reid to resign.

Harry Reid is Anti America and needs to be out. Is he up for election in 08 ?
I sure hope so. They will never Impeach Bush just dreaming fools :laugh: but the Veto is about to land in Reid's lap :clap:

Santabot 04-25-2007 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Harry Reid is Anti America and needs to be out. Is he up for election in 08 ?
I sure hope so. They will never Impeach Bush just dreaming fools :laugh: but the Veto is about to land in Reid's lap :clap:

They've already signed articles of impeachment in multiple states for Bush, Cheney, and Condi.

Isaac-Saxxon 04-25-2007 04:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Santabot
They've already signed articles of impeachment in multiple states for Bush, Cheney, and Condi.

Never happen ! The blue states are run by fools but there are not enough Dems that would vote for it to make it happened.

Santabot 04-25-2007 04:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Never happen ! The blue states are run by fools but there are not enough Dems that would vote for it to make it happened.

If you're not familiar with the way our country has changed in the past.. oh.. months? Republicans have openly frowned at Bush and his administration for multiple activities, and they are also beginning to vote accordingly.

purpahurl 04-25-2007 09:34 PM

Hary Ried
 
Hary Ried and Pleosi have openly said that when Bush vetoes there bill that the war will be all his and when they deny spending for our troops under the guise to bring them home they will win more seats in the Senate. I personaly cannot abide our troops being used as pawns in a political chess game that directly affects our country.


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