Friday, June 13, 2008

Impeach Bush: Instead of Slamming Kucinich - Get to the Facts Congress!

George W. Bush is an incompetent moron who only got to where he is through lying, stealing, and the use of his daddy's money and little black book. But all that aside - George Walker Bush is a murderer as well. 

He knowingly led us into an illegal war. He propagandized all Americans into believing Saddam had something to do with 9/11. When that turned out to be false he claimed Saddam had WMD. And when that turned out to be another lie, the story inevitably became 'Saddam was a tyrant and had to be dealt with in order to secure the region.'

Bush knew Saddam had nothing to do with 9/11 but took us to war anyways for no other reason except to make money for God knows who (other than Halliburton, Balckwater, Carlysle Group etc).

Now we have incontrovertible proof - documented evidence - that Bush publicly and knowingly deceived the people of the United States into a war that has resulted in over 4,000 American deaths and countless Iraqi deaths.

Reticent Americans are saying impeachment - or even the investigation leading to the impeachment process - is useless but I can't stop thinking: what are we waiting for? This matter goes way beyond politics - it has to do with justice. You remember justice right? Probably the most important cornerstone in American virtue.

The Case Against George W. Bush for War Crimes:

Vincent Bugliosi is best known as the lead prosecutor in the Charles Manson trial. He later wrote the best selling true crime book Helter Skelter. Bugliosi is also known as one of the best - if not the best - prosecutor in U.S. legal history having a near perfect record of litigation wins.

In Bugliosi's new book: The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, Bugliosi paints a clear-coated picture of an open-and-shut case for convicting the president for the murder - a premeditated act - of over 4,000 americans and about a million innocent Iraqis.

Bugliosi recently appeared on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman. His interview made me buy his book the next day.

Dennis Kucinich - my idol - is on a quest for truth and justice. He wants to hold this failed administration responsible for what he says are war crimes against Americans, Afghanis and Iraqis. His call for impeachment of Dick Cheney in 2006 was thrown into absentia soon after he brought it to the floor of the House. 

Hopefully his new list of 34 articles of impeachment for Bush will hold and make it through the House Judiciary Committee.

Kucinich and Bugliosi are spearheading a fight that many are unwilling to commit to. I expect many republicans to support Bush (they will no matter what it seems) but for any self-respecting democrat to say "Impeachment is off the table" without looking at the evidence mimics that same old Bush rhetoric.

This is incredulous! It reminds me of a great quote from Stephen Colbert at the White House Press dinner a few years back. He said Bush sticks to his guns - "he'll believe the same thing Wednesday that he believed on Monday no matter what happened on Tuesday."

Nancy Pelosi is just another Washington elitist with stronger ties to her pocketbook than her brain. Our leaders are failing us miserably. Nancy Pelosi is a sham.

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