Congressman Dennis Kucinich plans to introduce articles of impeachment against Vice President Cheney. It’s time now for us to follow through by asking the rest of Congress to get on board with the American public, and by letting the media know where we stand.
Ask your Congress Member to support impeachment proceedings against Vice President Cheney:
Ask members of the House Judiciary Committee and Speaker Nancy Pelosi to lead, follow, or get out of the way:
Tell the media that you support Congressman Dennis Kucinich’s proposal to begin impeachment proceedings:
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It’s Time to Poll on Impeachment
After the Downing Street Memos proved George Bush lied about Iraq’s WMDs, Democrats.com began lobbying corporate media polling organizations to include impeachment questions in their polls. For two years, those pollsters have contemptuously dismissed our requests. But now that Rep. Dennis Kucinich has introduced Articles of Impeachment for Dick Cheney, it is time for pollsters to include impeachment questions in every poll they take. You can ask them to here:
Public to Demand Impeachment at Capitol on Wednesday
WHAT: Coalition statement in support of impeachment
WHEN: 12:00 Noon ET, Wednesday, April 25, 2007
WHERE: The Cannon House Office Building Outdoor Terrace, Washington D.C.
A group of prominent Americans will gather at the U.S. Capitol to speak in support of beginning impeachment proceedings against President George W. Bush and Vice President Richard B. Cheney. Among them will be mayors, including Rocky Anderson of Salt Lake City and John Shields of Nyack, NY; state legislators including Washington State Senator Eric Oemig; city council members, including Dave Meserve of Arcata, CA; and former government officials, including Daniel Ellsberg who released the Pentagon Papers; David MacMichael, a former analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency and a member of the steering committee of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity; and retired Army Colonel Ann Wright, a career diplomat who quit in protest the day the war began.
Also participating will be authors, journalists, poets, and playwrights, including Chris Hedges, Justin Frank, Mark Kurlansky, John Nichols, David Lindorff, Gerald Stern, and Ann Marie Macari; actors, producers, and photographers, including Eunice Wong, and Kathy Chalfant, leading anti-war voices, including Andy Shallal, Cindy Sheehan, Tina Richards, Medea Benjamin, Bob Fertik, David Swanson, Debra Sweet, Kevin Zeese, Michael Berg, Carlos Arredondo, and Elaine Brower; and organizer of the national day of impeachment events coming up on April 28th Jacob Park.
Town Hall Forum on Impeachment Wednesday Evening
An open forum on impeachment will be held in a church Wednesday evening, featuring some of the speakers from the noon event: Rocky Anderson, Mayor, Salt Lake City; John Shields, mayor of Nyack, NY. Debra Sweet for World Can’t Wait-Drive Out the Bush Regime, Norman Birnbaum of Georgetown University, and Marcus Raskin, Institute for Policy Studies.
WHEN: 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET, Wednesday, April 25, 2007
WHERE: All Souls Unitarian Church, Pierce Hall, at 1500 Harvard Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Learn more: http://www.impeach07.org
Events Are Scheduled Everywhere on Saturday
Find one near you:
When you join together with people on April 28, please plan to have with you stack of impeachment petitions, some pens, and some clipboards. Collect people’s names and contact info on the petitions. Then use that list to organize future activist efforts locally, and also add the names to the national list. You can get the petitions and everything you need at:
Here Comes the Veto
The Democrats in Congress have watered their war funding bill down, so that it merely “sets a goal” to end the war. But Bush may follow through on his promise to veto it, and he may do so this Friday. When he does, our response should be to demand of Congress:
No New Supplemental
Let your Congress Member know that you don’t want a weaker or stronger or fancier war funding bill. You want impeachment:
Happy Springtime (Bush Is Over)
Watch this amazing and inspiring video: