Case for Impeachment?
Put Impeachment on the Ballot in Your Town
Mon Jul 3, 2006 02:22

7. The Group counted among its copywriters Karl Rove, senior political strategist, Andrew Card, White House chief of staff, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, and Lewis “Scooter” Libby, Dick Cheney's chief of staff. [Back]

8. Card later told the New York Times that “from a marketing point of don't introduce new products in August.” [Back]
This is The Case for Impeachment by Lewis H. Lapham, published Monday, February 27, 2006. It is part of Features, which is part of

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Is There a Case for Impeachment? (March 22, 2006)

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Pass This On

While a lot of towns and cities have passed or tried to pass
pro-impeachment resolutions, only one so far has put the question of
impeachment on the ballot for voters to address in November - Berkeley
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
it's bound to boost turnout at the polls. Here's information on how
you can do it:

On the Fourth, Read the Declaration of Impeachment

By David Swanson
Veterans for Peace has drafted a Declaration of Impeachment using
nothing but excerpts from the Declaration of Independence (plus a few
words in parentheses). It reads as follows, and should be read at
picnics and protests on the Fourth of July:

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Support Suzanne Swift
Suzanne Swift completed a tour of duty in Iraq, where she was sexually
harassed and assaulted. Her efforts to report her treatment were met
with disrespect and dismissed.
When her unit was to be deployed to Iraq a second time, the
21-year-old Specialist Four Military Police Officer, who was being
treated for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, realized she could not
return to Iraq and resume her duties in the same unit with the same
commanding officer who had sexually assaulted her. Swift remained in
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Department responded to a request by Ft. Lewis officials to pick Swift
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barracks, with the same sergeant who sexually assaulted her, and is now
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way Suzanne was treated while serving her country, Swift, her lawyer,
and her family are calling for an Honorable Discharge
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Please take the time to Thank or, if necessary, Spank your
Representative for their June 20 vote on the Schiff-Inslee amendment to
force NSA compliance with FISA (the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Act). With your help, we nearly denied funds to the NSA for any domestic
surveillance that is not in compliance with FISA. The vote total was 207
in favor, 219 opposed. Here's how your Representative voted:
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Thank Congressmen Ron Paul and Walter Jones for Speaking Truth
Watch this video and see two Republican Congress Members, Ron Paul and
Walter Jones, provide a stunningly honest critique of the war, and
demand an end to it. Rep. Jones stresses the importance of the White
House Memo that AfterDowningStreet promoted.
Read about the White House Memo.
Rep. Ron Paul
THANK Congressman Paul by Email and phone 202-225-2831.
Rep. Walter Jones with Cindy Sheehan
THANK Congressman Jones by Email and phone 202-225-3415.
Thank these men for speaking truth to power. And, just as importantly,
ask them to take the step that matches their words: ask them to
co-sponsor H. Res. 635, which would create a select committee to
investigate the Administration's intent to go to war before
congressional authorization, its manipulation of pre-war intelligence,
encouraging and countenancing torture, and retaliating against critics.
If you are interested in particpating in a delegation to thank Walter
Jones in person and ask him to sign on to H. Res 635, contact David
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Text of Rep. Paul's prepared remarks:
Happy Bring Em On Day
It's July 3, 2006, the third anniversary of our Unitary Executive
taunting Iraqis with the brilliant remark: Bring 'em On! Let's assume he
was referring to articles of impeachment and war crimes charges. Let's
bring those on. Have a productive Bring Em On Day!

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