Court Of Impeachment And War Crimes: IT’S IMPEACHMENT; IT’S THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STUPID, OR HOW THE DEMOCRATS CAN LOSE THE 2008 ELECTIONS BY FAILING TO IMPEACH CHENEY AND BUSH
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An interview with Naomi Wolf about the 10 steps from democracy to dictatorship!

Stop The Spying Now

Stop the Spying!

Sunday, November 25, 2007

IT’S IMPEACHMENT; IT’S THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STUPID, OR HOW THE DEMOCRATS CAN LOSE THE 2008 ELECTIONS BY FAILING TO IMPEACH CHENEY AND BUSH


































IT’S IMPEACHMENT; IT’S THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STUPID, OR HOW THE DEMOCRATS CAN LOSE THE 2008 ELECTIONS BY FAILING TO IMPEACH CHENEY AND BUSH

In Times Of Universal Deceit, Telling The Truth Becomes A Revolutionary Act.
- George Orwell-

Ex: "Steny Hoyer Had The Audacity To Tell The Washington Post Recently That The Democrats Will Keep The Occupation Of Iraq Going Until November '08 For Electoral Purposes."

Every 10 minutes an Iraqi civilian is killed in a war that George Bush says will not end until he leaves office.

Every 10 hours an American soldier is killed in a war that George Bush says will not end until he leaves office.

Every 10 days $2 billion is removed from the U.S. Treasury and placed in the accounts of Halliburton, Blackwater and all other war profiteers that are getting rich off the misery of Iraqis and Americans by a government that will continue to remove those amounts or more every ten days as long as George Bush is President of the United States.

FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE!

All,

I just want you to know that NH already has the 'right to revolution' written into our NH Constitution. It is the only state to have such written into their Constitution.

We'd all love it if you moved here and started the Revolution right in NH! It could save having to start another party!

Our dear NH State Rep. Betty Hall said this in Manchester, November 22 in her endorsement press conference of Kucinich.

“The Bill of Right in Our wonderful New Hampshire Constitution has a provision, Article 10 that says it all for me."

Government Being Instituted For The Common Benefit, Protection, And Security Of The Whole Community, And Not For The Private Interest Or Emolument Of Any One Man, Family, Or Class Of Men: Therefore, Whenever The Ends Of Government Are Perverted, And Public Liberty Manifestly Endangered, And All Other Means Of Redress Are Ineffectual, The People May, And Of Right Ought To Reform The Old, Or Establish A New Government. The Doctrine Of Nonresistance Against Arbitrary Power, And Repression, Is Absurd, Slavish, And Destructive Of The Good Of All Mankind.

(Art.) 10. (Right of Revolution.)
Effective June 2, 1784 (never modified)

Betty Hall will be talking about this at the Impeachment Teach-In at Dartmouth on Monday....tomorrow! Please come if you can. If not watch it live streaming on www.kucinichTV.com .

Nancy White
Amherst, NH

BUSH IS OFFICIALLY THE MOST HATED US PRESIDENT EVER.

In The History Of The Gallup Poll, Even Nixon's Disapproval Numbers Weren't As High During The Height Of The Watergate Crisis. Of Those Who Disapprove (Almost Two-Thirds Of Us, Or All Those With A Functioning Central Nervous System) 14% Somewhat Don't Like Him While 50% Flat Out Hate His Sorry Ass.

CALL THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE: (202) 225-3951

THIS IS WHAT THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE HAS ON THEIR PLATE. http://judiciary.house.gov/fullcommittee.aspx (looks like they have plenty of room to pursue impeachment - what, on-line wager enforcement is more important than the impeachment of a v.p.?):

Currently there is no legislative business for this committee.

11/14/2007 Hearing on Establishing Consistent Enforcement Policies in the Context of Online Wagers

11/7/2007 Markup of: H.R. 3609, H.R. 2405, H.R. 1312 H.R. 1759, H.R. 2489, H.R. 3971, H.R. 3992, and H.R. 971

11/1/2007 Subcommittee Markup of: H.R. 2489, H.R. 3971, and H.R. 3992

REACH THE PRESS
http://capwiz.com/aauw/dbq/media

THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
http://judiciary.house.gov/CommitteeMembership.aspx

IT’S THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STUPID!
http://courtofimpeachmentandwarcrimes.blogspot.com/2007/11/its-judiciary-committee-stupid.html

http://courtofimpeachmentandwarcrimes.blogspot.com/2007/11/emergency-post-please-read-and-stay-on.html

http://courtofimpeachmentandwarcrimes.blogspot.com/2007/11/now-hear-this.html

http://courtofimpeachmentandwarcrimes.blogspot.com/2007/11/open-letter-to-john-conyers.html


IMPEACHMENT, IF NOT NOW, WHEN?
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/340904_focusimpeachment25.html

DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT HISTORY : Hey, Young Americans, Here's a Text for You By Naomi Wolf
Sunday, November 25, 2007; Page B04 Washington Post

DON’T TAKE YOUR EYES OFF OHIO!

MORE DEAD 'CAUSE OF OHIO
Shadowy individuals with ties to the Republican Party rigged the 2004 Ohio Election, and as a result more died in this senseless war in Iraq.







IN THE END AS IN THE BEGINNING!

PRESS RELEASE:

KENNEBUNKPORT---Maine US Senate Candidate Laurie Dobson Announces Impeachment Hunger Strike on November 23.

Laurie Dobson, US Senate Candidate for Maine, began a hunger strike and consumer boycott to call attention to the lack of action by the candidates for national offices in the State of Maine to call for impeachment. She also calls for these candidates to demand that Maine's House Representative Tom Allen, who is vying for the US Senate seat currently held by Susan Collins, sign onto an impeachment resolution.

Dobson says, "Today begins my fervent focus on bringing the case of impeachment home to those candidates in my state of Maine, by this act of deprivation. STARTING TODAY, I AM BEGINNING A HUNGER STRIKE FOR IMPEACHMENT. If I can sacrifice my comfort level and daily bread then these other candidates can show their own leadership by taking a public stand on impeachment of the criminals who are running this country and stop them from continuing to blow up the world.

Dobson emphasized that as Plato said, "the price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men." She said that the candidates must not be enablers of the rule of criminals by sitting on the fence on impeachment:

"You must end your silent collusion with this abomination of an administration. I hold you responsible as would-be leaders, to stand with me and call for the removal of this Administration by public support of HR 333.

"Furthermore, I call upon you to demand that Tom Allen, Candidate for the US Senate, whose current seat in the US House of Representatives is one which you intend to occupy, must stand also for impeachment, by signing now onto HR 333.

"If one of you will stand with me on impeachment, AND call for Tom Allen to do the same, then I will end my hunger strike. This is your call to action as you embark on this most critical

campaign for election '08. Stand with me and do the right thing. Call for impeachment. Call for it unequivocally by demanding a stand from Tom Allen. Call for it now.

"Be worthy of your desired office."

Dobson asked for the prayers and support of the community and people of Maine as she undertakes this strike for impeachment.

Submitted by Laurie Dobson for US Senate Campaign

PO Box 7098 Cape Porpoise, ME 04014

http://lauriedobson.blogspot.com

EASY ACCESS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

(see annotations)
Preamble ["We the people"] (see annotations)
Article I [The Legislative Branch] (see annotations)
Section 1. [Legislative Power Vested] (see annotations)
Section 2. [House of Representatives] (see annotations)
Section 3. [Senate] (see annotations)
Section 4. [Elections of Senators and Representatives] (see annotations)
Section 5. [Rules of House and Senate] (see annotations)
Section 6. [Compensation and Privileges of Members] (see annotations)
Section 7. [Passage of Bills] (see annotations)
Section 8. [Scope of Legislative Power] (see annotations)
Section 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see annotations)
Section 10. [Limits on States] (see annotations)
Article II [The Presidency] (see annotations)
Section 1. [Election, Installation, Removal] (see annotations)
Section 2. [Presidential Power] (see annotations)
Section 3. [State of the Union, Receive Ambassadors, Laws Faithfully Executed, Commission Officers]
Section 4. [Impeachment] (see annotations)
Article III [The Judiciary] (see annotations)
Section 1. [Judicial Power Vested] (see annotations)
Section 2. [Scope of Judicial Power] (see annotations)
Section 3. [Treason] (see annotations)
Article IV [The States] (see annotations)
Section 1. [Full Faith and Credit] (see annotations)
Section 2. [Privileges and Immunities, Extradiction, Fugitive Slaves] (see annotations)
Section 3. [Admission of States] (see annotations)
Section 4. [Guarantees to States] (see annotations)
Article V [The Amendment Process] (see annotations)
Article VI [Legal Status of the Constitution] (see annotations)
Article VII [Ratification] (see annotations)
Signers
Amendment I [Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment II [Right to Bear Arms (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment III [Quartering of Troops (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment IV [Search and Seizure (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment V [Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self-Incrimination, Due Process (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment VI [Criminal Prosecutions - Jury Trial, Right to Confront and to Counsel (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment VII [Common Law Suits - Jury Trial (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment VIII [Excess Bail or Fines, Cruel and Unusual Punishment (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment IX [Non-Enumerated Rights (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment X [Rights Reserved to States (1791)] (see annotations)
Amendment XI [Suits Against a State (1795)] (see annotations)
Amendment XII [Election of President and Vice-President (1804)] (see annotations)
Amendment XIII [Abolition of Slavery (1865)] (see annotations)
Amendment XIV [Privileges and Immunities, Due Process, Equal Protection, Apportionment of Representatives, Civil War Disqualification and Debt (1868)] (see annotations)
Amendment XV [Rights Not to Be Denied on Account of Race (1870)] (see annotations)
Amendment XVI [Income Tax (1913)] (see annotations)
Amendment XVII [Election of Senators (1913)] (see annotations)
Amendment XVIII [Prohibition (1919)] (see annotations)
Amendment XIX [Women's Right to Vote (1920)] (see annotations)
Amendment XX [Presidential Term and Succession (1933)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXI [Repeal of Prohibition (1933)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXII [Two Term Limit on President (1951)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXIII [Presidential Vote in D.C. (1961)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXIV [Poll Tax (1964)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXV [Presidential Succession (1967)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXVI [Right to Vote at Age 18 (1971)] (see annotations)
Amendment XXVII [Compensation of Members of Congress (1992)] (see annotations)

Bush's military actions have toppled hostile regimes in Iraq & Afghanistan, yet left chaos in the wake for both those counties - resulting in no security, let alone democracy there and only greatly increased animosity toward the USA in those countries (even among former dissidents of those regimes).

There may be a silver lining to the Bush foreign policy dark cloud, for some countries, but NOT for any other countries the neocons intended though. There have been no reformist political revolutions leading to greater freedom in Iraq or Afghanistan, as the neocons all predicted. No significant change in course has come from a Bush backlash in America (yet) either. But, Bush's militarism has caused several coups for progressives against conservative/neo-fascist world leaders in Bush-allied nations around the world.

Australia's Prime Minister John Howard was the most recent neocon casualty. He was the last of Bush-friendly world leaders to remain supportive and unapologetic for his decision to commit troops to assist Bush in the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Howard's party was just ousted by the Australian electorate this week - an electorate so angry that Howard himself nearly lost his seat in parliament too, almost lost home district!

POLITICALLY, BUSH SEEMS TO HAVE THE REVERSE MIDAS TOUCH (I.E. EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE HE TOUCHES TURNS TO SHIT).

The neocons predicted a wave of regime changes in the Middle East after the regimes in Iraq and Afghanistan were toppled (leading to greater freedom for all). Instead, because of their clueless naivete and bungling, its their neocon-friendly allies that have been toppled next (and at least now some political progress for the citizens of those countries).

Check out the list of foreign leaders ousted by Bush (so far):

Mullah Mohammed Omar - Brutal leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan (1996-2001). Overthrown by Northern Alliance forces with air support from US military in October 2001. Escaped capture, along with Osama Bin Laden, after Bush refused to put US troops on the ground in Afghanistan (because he was already diverting US troops to Iraq). (Omar remains in hiding to this day, whereabouts unknown, believed to be working Taliban forces in Pakistan.)

Saddam Hussein - President of Iraq (1979-2203). Ousted when US military invaded Iraq (without provocation) in April 2003. (Later captured and executed, replaced by American viceroy & then a series of Iraqi puppet leaders. Iraq currently in midst of civil war, millions dead, wounded, and displaced. remains occupied by US military to this day.)

Jose Maria Aznar - President of Spain (1996-2004), leader of Spanish Nationalist Party. Ousted from power in landslide electoral upset by Socialist Party in April 2004 - due to widespread public anger over his strong support of Bush's invasion of Iraq and commitment of Spanish troops in Iraq. (Today, Aznar is on the Board of Directors for News Corp which owns Fox News.)

Silvio Berlusconi - President of Italy (2001-2006), leader of Italian Nationalist Party, media mogul, one of the wealthiest men in Italy (alleged to have Sicilian mafia ties). Ousted from power by landslide electoral victory for Liberal Democrats in May 2006 - due to widespread public anger over his strong support of Bush's invasion of Iraq & commitment of Italian troops there.

Tony Blair - Prime Minister of United Kingdom (1997-2007). Ousted from power by his own party after landslide electoral victory for opposition parties in British Parliament May 2006. - Due to widespread public anger over his strong support of Bush's invasion of Iraq & commitment of British troops in Iraq. (Tony Blair, once the most-popular postwar British PM, became the least popular PM in public opinion polls, just 23% by the time he left, almost entirely due of close ties to Bush.)

John Howard Prime Minister of Australia (1996-2007). Ousted from power by electoral landslide upset victory for Australia's Labor Party on Nov. 24, 2007 - because of widespread public anger over Howard's strong support of Bush's invasion of Iraq and commitment of Australian troops in Iraq. Public was also reportedly angered by his alliance with Bush against the Kyoto Protocol on global climate change. (Newly-elected Australian Prime Minister Rudd vows to ratify Kyoto and withdraw Australian troops from Iraq. See: http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20071124/ts_nm/australia_election _dc ).

There have been other positive regime changes around the world indirectly caused by Bush too.

In Latin America, for example, in recent years, the 1990s trend of Latin American leaders all cozying up to Uncle Sam has reversed. As a result of Bush's support for the coup attempt against Hugo Chavez in 2001, Chavez won a huge landslide re-election last year, gaining more than three-quarters of the vote. Animosity toward American foreign policy during the Bush years has also led to pro-social justice reformers winning democratic elections in recent years in Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Brazil, and elsewhere. Latin America is increasingly looking to better ties with its neighbors and Europe and Asia rather than looking to closer ties to American corporations as a path to economic development.

We can only hope that this global political trend against neocon foreign policies and American hegemony around the world portends well for real regime change in the United States soon too.

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