Thursday, August 17, 2006

Impeach Bush: Judge Confirms Wiretapping is Illegal

"Breaking The Law"

Of course, we all knew the Bush Regime was breaking the law by wiretapping American citizens without warrants. Now a judge confirms that Bush violated FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) laws when he ordered the NSA to spy on US citizens.

So Bush is guilty of yet another impeachable offense. Will the Democratic party wise up and use this evidence to attack Bush while he is at his weakest? Or will they punk out and maintain their stance that impeachment is off the table?

Stay tuned...

Undoubtedly the Bush Regime will appeal, or as with the case of torture, a Republican-led Congress will continue its efforts to legalize these criminal acts.


Blogger Causal said...

Impeach Bush yourself! No Joke.
This is much more than just a petition.

There's a little known and rarely used clause of the "Jefferson Manual" in the rules for the House of Representatives which sets forth the various ways in which a president can be impeached. Only the House Judiciary Committee puts together the Articles of Impeachment, but before that happens, someone has to initiate the process.

That's where we come in. In addition to the State-by-State method, one of the ways to get impeachment going is for individual citizens like you and me to submit a memorial., part of the movement to impeach the president, has created a new memorial based on one which was successful in impeaching a federal official in the past. You can find it on their website as a PDF.


You can initiate the impeachment process yourself by downloading the memorial, filling in the relevant information in the blanks (your name, state, etc.), and sending it in.

More information on the precedent for submitting an impeachment
memorial, and the House Rules on this procedure, can also be found at
the above address.

If you have any doubts that Bush has committed crimes warranting
impeachment, read this page:

If you're concerned that impeachment might not be the best strategy
at this point, read the bottom of this page:

"I just want you to know that, when we talk about war, we're really talking about peace."
Bush, June 18, 2002

"War is Peace."
Big Brother in George Orwell's 1984

August 20, 2006 1:07 AM  

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