7/16/08

Bush Impeachment Will Go To Committee

And this time it doesn't look like they are sending it there to bury it:
Kucinich Says Unidentified Foreign Official
Wants to Speak at Impeachment Talks

An unidentified government official of a U.S. ally wants to participate if and when Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich makes his case to impeach President Bush before the House Judiciary Committee, according to the Ohio Democrat.

The House voted, 238-180, on Tuesday to send Kucinich’s latest impeachment effort (H Res 1345) to the Judiciary Committee.

Chairman John Conyers Jr. said he will hold a broad hearing on the general topic of abuses of power by the Bush administration.

“There’s never been one [hearing] that accumulated all the things that constitute an imperial presidency,” Conyers said, explaining that the anticipated hearing would review more than a year of committee inquiry into such matters as the firing of U.S. attorneys, the leak of the identity of former CIA operative Valerie Plame and the information provided to Congress in the run-up to the Iraq War.
Read on... But before you go to read that, why is torture not on that list? It should be.

2 comments:

Nelson M. said...

Torture...and Katrina...and warrantless surveillance...there's so many it's hard to keep track of them all!

da patriot said...

Impeachment is D.O.A.

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