"The action I am taking is no more than a radical measure to hasten the explosion of truth and justice. I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanity which has suffered so much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of my very soul. Let them dare, then, to bring me before a court of law and let the enquiry take place in broad daylight!" - Emile Zola, J'accuse! (1898) -

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Impeachment Internet Buzz Is As High As Ever On “Impeach Bush & Cheney
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President Andrew Johnson was impeached three days after the offense for which he was impeached. … Bush and Cheney could be impeached, tried, and convicted in a week. Not even every impeachment supporter will agree that every single ...The Bush/Cheney Impeachment Papers - http://impeachment.wordpress.com

By Francis T. Mandanici.
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President Bush has green-lighted U.S. cross-border raids from Afghanistan into Pakistan. Watch TheRealNews.com's video. September 11, 2008

Bush 'approved' Pakistan attacks (THIS IS IMPEACHABLE!)

President George W Bush has authorised US military raids against militants inside Pakistan without prior approval from Islamabad, the BBC has learned.

An unnamed senior Pentagon official told the BBC the classified order had been made within the past two months.

On Wednesday, the US's top military commander said strategy in Afghanistan was shifting to include raids across the border into Pakistan.

Pakistan has said it will not allow foreign forces onto its territory.

The Pakistani ambassador to the US has disputed the claim, first reported in the New York Times.

"In our bilateral discussions, no such idea has been mooted and will certainly not be accepted by Pakistan," Husain Haqqani told Reuters.

"Pakistan would not accept foreign troops. This is not the best way to pursue the war against terror," he said.

Meanwhile, security officials in Pakistan say they have killed up to 100 mostly foreign militants on the Afghan border. There has been no independent confirmation.

(If This Comes To Pass You Have Yet Another Impeachable Offense)

Secretive Iraq agreement includes no date for U.S. withdrawal

Critics urge no agreement without Congressional approval

Dear Supporter of a Just Foreign Policy,

The Bush Administration and the Iraqi government have been negotiating a "security agreement." Both Congress and the Iraqi parliament have been excluded from the negotiations, and critics in both countries fear that the Bush Administration and the Iraqi government are trying to "lock in" a long term relationship between the United States and Iraq that does not reflect the interests or the views of the majority in either country.

This is a critical time for Congress to hear from Americans about this issue.

The Bush Administration is trying to sneak through this agreement that could constrain the choices of the next Administration concerning the future of US forces in Iraq. Press reports suggest that the negotiations have reached an advanced stage.

While the Iraqi government has publicly acknowledged that the agreement must be approved by the Iraqi parliament, the Bush Administration has not acknowledged that the agreement must be approved by Congress.

The American Friends Service Committee has published a translation [1] of a draft of the agreement that appeared in the Iraqi press. Contrary to the impression given by many press reports on the negotiations, the draft agreement apparently specifies no date for the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, even as a goal.

Rep. DeLauro has introduced legislation [2] that would require the Bush Administration to consult with Congress on any long-term security, economic, or political agreement with the Government of Iraq. It would prohibit the use of funds for the implementation of any long-term security, economic, or political agreement with the Government of Iraq unless the agreement is in the form of a treaty with respect to which the Senate has given its advice and consent to ratification under Article II of the Constitution. This legislation currently has 58 sponsors in the House [3].

Thanks for all you do for a just foreign policy,

Robert Naiman, Sarah Burns, and Chelsea Mozen Just Foreign Policy


[1] "Agreement regarding the activities and presence of U.S. forces, and its withdrawal from Iraq," Americans Friends Service Committee, August 6, 2008, http://www.afsc.org/Iraq/ht/a/GetDocumentAction/i/60561.

[2] "H.R. 4959, "The Iraq Stretegic Agreement Review Act," http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c110:H.R.4959:

OpEdNews, PA - Aug 24, 2008
The Washington Post began this election year by running a well-written Op-Ed
by George McGovern on
“Why I Believe Bush Must Go”. ...Media Monday Pittsburgh Tribune-Review all 69 news articles

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