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"Got Impeachment?" w/poll

By Stirling Newberry, DailyKos

People here know that I have written on impeachment, both the historical and political reasons for it. People may know that if there were a compass that points at legitimacy, it would point straight at me. Legitimacy is the issue that Democracies must face. Without the faith by an overwhelming segment of the population in the integrity and legitimacy of the government, there is no government. The Declaration of Independence declares that legitimacy is the issue that Americans set their division from the mother country on.

Talk Nation Radio on Impeachment

Talk Nation Radio interviews David Swanson of Afterdowningstreet.org and Impeach Pac as well as Democrats.com and Arcata California City Council member Dave Meserve of the Green Party talks about a January 4th decision by the council to vote in a resolution calling for the impeachment or resignation of George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney.

EXXONMOBIL WAR BOYCOTT ALSO GOES AFTER THE GIANT’S BOARD

By Nick Mottern, coordinator, www.ConsumersforPeace.org

The manager of the Radisson Lexington Hotel in midtown Manhattan was agitated as he ushered us out of the hotel’s lobby on December 30. It was understandable because two colleagues and I were wearing signs that said: “Boycott ExxonMobil/Radisson – U.S. Out of Iraq/Impeach Bush - ConsumersforPeace.org.

You Go, MyDD

By Bob Fertik, Democrats.com

Over at MyDD, Chris Bowers is launching an awesome project:

Ever since the 2003 primary season, the notion of political blogs conducting or commissioning their own telephone polls has flickered to the surface every now and then. A few months ago, Impeach PAC became the first blog to actually go through with it, raising enough money to commission Zogby to run a poll on impeachment.

Impeachment Radio

David Sawnson on Air America with Host Peter Werbe on Jan 4, 2006 - Discusses Impeach PAC, Impeachment, and Bush Crimes:
MP3

NSA spy plot fuels call to censure Bush, Cheney

By Tim Wheeler, People's Weekly World Newspaper

Revelations that President George W. Bush ordered the National Security Agency to engage in massive spying on law-abiding people, in flagrant violation of federal law, have ignited a firestorm of angry demands that he and Vice President Dick Cheney be censured or even impeached.

Impeachment Radio

David Swanson will join Dori Smith of Talk Nation Radio for a 5 PM January 5, 2006 Interview on http://www.whus.org

To talk about the Impeachement of George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney.

Energy is growing at the state and national level to impeach as the White House spy scandal provokes more press scrutiny of Bush's foreign and domestic policies. This against a backdrop of increasing anti-Iraq war sentiment and polls showing a majority of Americans would support an investigation into whether or not the President has committed impeachable offenses.

Arcata City Coucil Passes Impeachment Resolution

CONTACT: Dave Meserve, Arcata City Councilmember, 707-834-3612

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 4, 2004
Arcata, California

ARCATA CITY COUNCIL “2006 NEW YEARS RESOLUTION

Air America Tonight

By David Swanson

Catch me on Air America tonight at 12:30 a.m. ET with Peter Werbe who's hosting the Mike Malloy Show.

Republican Congressional Candidate Favors Impeachment

http://impeachbushcoalition.blogspot.com/

From Press Release:

"I consider the Bush Administration to be both criminal and totalitarian and I have been saying so for months. The rest of the world sees this quite clearly.

Guerilla Impeachment-- Signs Made Easy!!

http://impeachbushcoalition.blogspot.com/

Thanks again to Demspeak.com for creating ready-to-print "IMPEACH" signs for Guerilla Impeachment Day (January 8, 2006).

Please go HERE and print out as many signs as you like. Then, on January 8, 2006, please post these signs all around your town on sign posts, utility polls, bulletin boards, etc. It couldn't be any easier!

Time to impeach a President

By DOUG THOMPSON, Capitol Hill Blue

I’ve always felt impeachment is the nuclear option of politics; a drastic action we call in after all else fails. That’s why I’ve been reluctant to call for the impeachment of President George W. Bush.

January 8 Will Be Guerilla Impeachment Day!

http://impeachbushcoalition.blogspot.com/

OK, this comes from Kagro X at Daily Kos.

It seems as though the Kossacks are planning a guerilla impeachment day for Sunday, January 8, 2006. The Impeach Bush Coalition is joining in!

Who Me? I Just Live Here, I'm Not Responsible

Dan Simpson, a retired diplomat, is a member of the editorial boards of The Toledo Blade and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He lays out a case for impeachment and then says he's not arguing for impeachment because there's no chance the Republicans controlling Congress will impeach Bush.

That's It: Impeach the New York Times

By David Swanson

Is that anywhere in the Constitution? Seriously, did you see today's NY Times editorial, which purports to explain the difference between the NSA spying leak and the Valerie Plame leak. The former is a story of crime leaked by a whistleblower and forced into print by an enterprising reporter who got a book deal. The latter is an act of retribution against a whistleblower, an act with which a New York Times reporter was complicit and about which the NY Times kept silent until forced to speak. But that's not exactly how Judith Miller's former employer tells it:

Activist Group Calls for Bush, Cheney Impeachment

BY RUSSELL BERMAN, New York Sun
http://www.nysun.com/article/25293

Working out of a cramped office in his Jackson Heights apartment, Robert
Fertik has one clear goal for 2006: impeaching President Bush and Vice

Hey Ken Mehlman - Let's Debate Impeachment

By Bob Fertik, ImpeachPAC

Mr. Ken Mehlman, Chair
Republican National Committee
info@gop.com

Dear Ken,

Today a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee, Tracey Schmitt, dismissed ImpeachPAC.org as "fringe, to say the least."

"If Democrats choose to align themselves with such a laughable campaign, it will be at their own peril," Ms. Schmitt said.

Did Ms. Schmitt accurately reflect your views? If so, I challenge you to a public debate on the question: "Should George W. Bush be impeached for lying about Iraq?"

As a graduate of Harvard Law School and a frequent guest on talk shows, you are among the best debaters in the U.S.

Do you dare to debate me, a humble blogger, in front of a live audience?

Bob Fertik, President
ImpeachPAC
http://impeachpac.org/contact

Newspapers Urge President to Quit

Outrageous, out of the question? Of course. Then again, here's what happened in the summer of 1998 when the president was named Clinton. Dozens of editorial pages clamored for him to quit (see this a list). "He should resign," the Philadelphia Inquirer declared, "because his repeated, reckless deceits have dishonored his presidency beyond repair."

Making the case for a Bush impeachment

By James McWilliams, Register Guard (Oregon)

In his Dec. 22 column, Jonah Goldberg baited the Democrats to try to impeach President Bush for his unwarranted surveillance of American citizens. Was Goldberg trying to forestall such an option, or was he focusing on surveillance to draw attention away from the more egregious and clearly impeachable offense: the grand deception leading to war?

What is the Bush Administration Trying to Hide?

By David Wallechinsky, HuffingtonPost

President George W. Bush began the new year by telling the American people that his NSA domestic surveillance program was only used to monitor communications between members of al-Qaeda and people in the United States. He did not address the issue of why he deemed it necessary to bypass the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) that had, for 24 years, been reviewing and approving such surveillance programs.

Impeach Bush and Cheney Now!

Impeach Bush and Cheney Now!
GREEN PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES
http://www.gp.org

Tuesday, January 3, 2006
Contacts:
Scott McLarty, Media Coordinator, 202-518-5624, mclarty@greens.org
Starlene Rankin, Media Coordinator, 916-995-3805, starlene@greens.org

Dick and Dubya

ImpeachPAC today announced the formation of a Citizens Impeachment Commission to make 2006 the "Year of Impeachment."

http://www.impeachpac.org/?q=node/192

"We are honored by the broad support for impeachment from this distinguished group of true American patriots," said Bob Fertik, President of ImpeachPAC. "Impeachment is not a 'fringe' position, as the Bush Administration would like Americans to believe. With a recent Zogby poll showing Americans support impeachment hearings by a solid majority of 53%-42%, there is far more support for impeachment than there is for the War in Iraq," Fertik said.

Bush Impeachment Inquiry Has 8 House Co-Sponsors

By Matthew Cardinale, Atlanta Progressive News

A total of eight US House members have co-sponsored Resolution 635 to create a select committee to investigate the grounds for impeaching President Bush, Atlanta Progressive News has learned.

More Fear of Impeachment Punditry

By David Swanson

This is a new one: a column arguing that we should not impeach Bush because he's so dangerous, his crimes so serious, and the lies he's told so widespread. With friends like these...

DOMESTIC SPYING PROMPTS TALK OF IMPEACHMENT

By HAZEL TRICE EDNEY, The Wilmington Journal

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – President Bush’s authorization of a secret domestic spying program – and his fierce defense of his action – is leading to talk of possible impeachment.

Molly Ivins Calls for Impeachment

Molly Ivins: "Either the president of the United States is going to have to understand and admit he has done something very wrong, or he will have to be impeached."

AUSTIN, Texas -- The first time as tragedy, the second time as farce. Thirty-five years ago, Richard Milhous Nixon, who was crazy as a bullbat, and J. Edgar Hoover, who wore women's underwear, decided some Americans had unacceptable political opinions. So they set our government to spying on its own citizens, basically those who were deemed insufficiently like Crazy Richard Milhous.

Can Cheney Save Bush's Presidency?

By David Swanson

Talk of censure and impeachment has begun swirling around President Bush. Can Vice President Cheney come to the rescue? He will do so if enough of Bush's opponents adopt the position of this Philadelphia Daily News op-ed writer -- the position that impeaching Bush would be a mistake, since Cheney is worse than Bush.

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