Impeachment Petition Deadline Midnight Wednesday

Hear is a letter that I just received from Dennis Kucinich.

Dear Friends,

Because of your vigilance and support for democracy, last Friday was a day of singular importance in Washington. The House Judiciary Committee met to discuss the Bush Administration’s abuse of executive power and for the first time the case for Impeachment was discussed in front of a Congressional committee, in depth, at length and with authority.

Twenty members of the Judiciary Committee attended the six hour hearing, during which twelve witnesses, including myself and four members of Congress testified. In this hearing I called for the Impeachment of the President for misrepresenting a case for war.

This week I will present members of Congress with Impeachment petitions submitted by those of you who have signed the on-line impeachment form.

I need your help. In the next few days we must redouble our efforts to get more signatures on the online petition at I’m asking each of you to please contact at least ten of your friends to go to now and sign the Impeachment petition that will be delivered by me. Wednesday night is the deadline.

Please send out an email to all your friends and family, post this link, to your blogs and make this effort count as this is the only petition that I will deliver.

Sign the petitionThank you so very much.

signiture - Dennis J Kucinich


Blaming Bush for His Greatest Achievement

Follow this link to see the highlighting of what may be the most serious of the articles of impeachment presented by Rep. Dennis Kucinch.

I have talked with people who claim that the fact that we have not been attacked in this country since Sep 11, 2001 is proof of George Bush’s success.

What the impeachment charges show is that the lack of such an attack is merely proof that the Bush administration may finally be taking its homeland security duties seriously. If it had done so in the months prior to the attack, the attack would have been thwarted. Over 3,000 US civilians and over 4,000 US soldiers would still be alive.

If failure to defend the nation isn’t reason enough for impeachment, then I do not know what is. Never mind the other 34 charges that Kucinich has brought.