Sunday, December 31, 2006

Campaign To Include Choice Of Impeachment On The Election Ballots In November - The Bush Administration Has To Go!

Here's a proposal to include an impeachment resolution on the November electoral ballot in which Americans will be able to vote as they would to elect a President, but this time also be given the chance to impeach George W. Bush and Dick Cheney when they cast their vote for the 2008 candidates.

While many people will ask what the point of this legislation is since by the time it will be offered Bush and Cheney will be only months from the end of their office, the point is this: once this legislation is "on the books" Americans will be given the opportunity in the future to vote to impeach the president and vice president if they believe that they have committed serious crimes that Congress due to its partisan ways is incapable of handling, as has been the case with the Bush Adminstration.

Even the General Accounting Office (the investigative arm of Congress) has been ineffective at prosecuting Bush for voter fraud in the 2004 election, when it clearly found that ballot stuffing had occured in the state of Ohio. Congress has failed the American people in doing its job effectively. That does not mean that we do not have well meaning men and women working for Congress -- we do. But we also have many corrupt officials who've allowed the "Congressional Machine" to break down. And never have they been less effective than in punishing the Bush Adminstration for their crimes.

Bush and Cheney are part of the most corrupt presidential administration in United States history; they have betrayed all Americans through their treasonous acts and chronic and toxic deceptions -- as such they have become a very real threat to our democratic way of life and the constitutional republic on which the United States was founded.

Bush and Cheney must GO!

From The Website

Resolutions Supporting Impeachment - A Kit for Political Activism
Submitted by davidswanson on Wed, 2006-05-03 19:04. Activism

The After Downing Street Coalition is working with many of our individual and organizational members to advance the non-partisan project of passing pro-impeachment resolutions in towns, cities, and states around the country.

While a lot of towns and cities have passed or tried to pass pro-impeachment resolutions, only one so far (one, Berkeley, that also passed a resolution) has put the question of impeachment on the ballot for voters to address in November. It may not be too late to ask your town or city to place impeachment on the ballot. Some local governments may be more willing to do that than they are to pass a resolution themselves. Some media outlets may also find it more interesting. And it's good for our democracy: it's bound to boost turnout at the polls. Here's information on how you can do it:

Read more about this critical effort here:


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