Sunday, May 14, 2006

Impeaching Corporate Crime

War criminals with overt propaganda as a domestic and foreign agenda, abuse of power, eavesdropping on average Americans while the Director of the CIA is linked to hookergate and the President himself is linked to Gannongate?
Typical - point the finger elsewhere to hide their own behaviour.

This racist, misogynist, is prime time on FOX
(Fundamentalist Order of Xenophobia masking as a broadcasting network over public airwaves)

O'Reilly - see Stephen Colbert for the satirical version of O'Reilly and "the truth."

Ah where fascism, pedophilia and business meet....just like old times eh boys.

There is a rumour going around that the DNC has already agreed with big business to not impeach Bush. (Truth Out)

Let us hold them ALL accountable.

The grand vision of the Bush nightmare

Let's wake up:

Impeaching George W. Bush
By Onnesha Roychoudhuri, AlterNet. Posted March 6, 2006.
From discussion to action -- Michael Ratner and his fellow lawyers have drafted a call to impeach President Bush.
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More stories by Onnesha Roychoudhuri
Until recently, talk of ousting President George W. Bush has proved little more than a distant rumbling. For too long, impeachment has been deemed implausible. It’s not going to happen with a Republican Congress, so the argument goes. Not with the president finishing his second term, not while we're at war.
But the distant rumbling is growing louder by the day, creating a resonant echo that is rapidly taking root in public discourse. “Impeach Him,” reads the cover of this month’s Harper’s magazine. And in a public forum in New York City last week, journalists, lawyers, and political figures came together to discuss the case against our president.
Since September 11th, 2001, there has been no shortage of news regarding this administration’s involvement in torture, lies, secrecy and obstruction of the law. Yet, there has been little discussion in the mainstream media of holding those in power accountable for the actions so diligently catalogued by the press. It is a conspicuous vacuum that helps to explain why calls for impeachment are rapidly gaining currency.
In fact, the case for the impeachment of President Bush is arguably the strongest in American history. The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) makes this amply clear in its recent book, a concise indictment of President Bush that lays out four clear legal arguments that point to impeachment as a necessary remedy for the gross violation of our Constitution. The Articles of Impeachment Against George W. Bush covers illegal wiretapping, torture, rendition, detention and the Iraq war. An appendix compares the impeachment proceedings of Andrew Johnson, Nixon and Clinton to the comparatively more powerful case against Bush.


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7:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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8:01 PM  

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