posted on Mar, 18 2008 @ 06:26 PM
Again, this is just a cut and paste of an email I recieved from an organization working to Im[each Bush. Too bad they seems to be all about using
the situation to raise money; fund raising for this should be done as support and not as the goal.
Five years of occupation, five years of war crimes
Impeachment is not a political question. It is a constitutional duty. It is the means by which the people, through their elected representatives, can
protect their country from a lawless “President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States” by removing them from office. A
failure to act in the face of a persistent, systemic and proudly proclaimed course of criminal conduct can bring the country to ruin.
Ramsey Clark speaking at the March on the Pentagon, March 17, 2007
"We, The People must demand that the Congress do its duty and impeach President Bush before the Fourth of July. Each of us should pledge to refuse to
vote for any candidate for, or Member of, the House of Representatives who fails to actively support a bill of impeachment of President Bush, Vice
President Cheney and other high officers who have participated in their High Crimes and Misdemeanors. To make an urgently needed donation to help
build the important work of ImpeachBush in the coming year, click on this link." -- Ramsey Clark
We have come to the fifth anniversary of the Bush Administrations war of aggression and violent occupation of Iraq a chosen course of criminal conduct
that has brought death, destruction, division, alienation and staggering costs predicted to reach into the trillions of dollars.
Ten long months remain in a failed Presidency that promises to pursue its misbegotten policies to its last day, during which it can cause
irreconcilable conflict and irreversible decline in U.S. global influence for better or for worse.
A million Americans, as of this date, have cast their vote to impeach the Bush cabal on this single website and easily 99 million more share that
concern, but have not found the opportunity, or motivation to act. Yet impeachment now will have far greater effect on the conduct of the next
Presidency than the November elections, whatever party and candidate wins.
Impeachment now will end the Bush Presidency and inform the next several, at least, that the American people will not tolerate lawless wars on foreign
peoples and American Principles.
Impeachment now will stop the continuing course of criminal conduct of the Bush Administration, which becomes more dangerous each day. President Bush
is working at a frenetic pace to prove in the face of all the facts that his policies are right and heroic. Consider this.
1. The April 2008 issue of Vanity Fair magazine contains an investigative report entitled The Gaza Bombshell supported by “confidential documents,
corroborated by outraged former and current U.S. officials,” which shows that after the Bush Administration pushed for Palestinian elections in
January 2006, then, having failed to anticipate a Hamas victory, urged President Abbas to remove the fairly elected Hamas officials. Thereafter,
President Bush, Condoleezza Rice and Deputy National Security Adviser Elliott Abrams backed an “action plan” to provide the means to develop an
armed force under Fatah strongman Muhammad Dahlan, “to crush the inevitable resistance”, which failed, touching off a bloody civil war in Gaza and
the violent consequences since with Hamas rockets striking Israel and Israeli assaults killing hundreds of Palestinians in both Gaza and the West
Bank. Congress was told only non-lethal aid as required by law, was being supplied to Fatah, while Secretary of State Rice raised cash to buy weapons
for Fatah from which “at least 20 million of such lethal assistance got through.” The entire enterprise involved a conspiracy to commit
Far more dangerous than the Iran-Contra escapade of the Reagan Administration, in which Elliot