Monthly Archives: July 2007

Support The Impeachment of Vice President Cheney

Rep. Dennis Kucinich wants to put the name of everyone who supports Dick Cheney’s impeachment in to the Congressional Record! Continue reading

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Should Impeachment Be Off the Table?

A Debate with Peace Mom Cindy Sheehan, Ex-CIA Analyst Ray McGovern and Democratic Strategist Dan GersteinPeace mom Cindy Sheehan has returned from a brief rest to take part in a growing movement for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney. Impeachment activists have focused efforts on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Judiciary Chair John Conyers who have declared impeachment off the table. The Democratic leaders call the impeachment drive a distraction that would hinder chances at winning the 2008 elections. Cindy Sheehan joins us for a debate along with ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern and Democratic Strategist Dan Gerstein.

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150 protest Bush speech in Center City

By Katie Stuhldreher and Larry Eichel
INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
7/26/07
A crowd gathers on 12th and Filbert in Center City to protest this morning´s visit by President George Bush, who spoke to the national convention of the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Michael Perez / Inquirer
A crowd gathers on 12th and Filbert in Center City to protest this morning’s visit by President George Bush, who spoke to the national convention of the American Legislative Exchange Council.
About 150 protesters chanting “George Bush, No; Peace Now” gathered outside the Philadelphia Marriott in Center City today, where President Bush was addressing a national group of conservative state legislators.  Continue reading

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Is it too late to impeach?

Uncommon Sense:

IS IT TOO LATE TO IMPEACH?
Gordon Bennett
(in the Suburban and Wayne Times, July 26)

“No point is more important than that the right of impeachment shall be continued. Shall any man be above justice?” –George Mason, Constitutional Convention, 1787

According to one poll, over 60% of the American public wants the Bush presidency “to be over.” Another (June ’07) shows that 45% want the House to begin Impeachment proceedings against George Bush; 54% want to impeach Cheney.

Across the nation an aroused public is “acting out” with impeachment rallies, forums, and demonstrations. Banners are hung from overpasses, Continue reading

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