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Michael Scheuer: “what they hate us for is… interventionism – that’s what the cause of this war is. And neither Mr. McCain or Mr. Obama, nor Mrs. Clinton, nor any of the rest of them who are in the campaign – except for Mr. Paul or Mr. Kucinich perhaps, had that idea.

“Tell the American people the truth – this is the impact of our foreign policies in the Islamic world.”

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To me, the most astonishing thing about this is that George Bush has managed to get away with his crimes and violations for such a long time, and that impeachment hasn’t yet been seriously put on the table until fairly recently.

Tough Talk on Impeachment with Bill Moyers (Part 1)

Part 2: watch here
Part 3: watch here

According to CBS, former Democratic Candidate George McGovern called for impeachment recently. He said that the impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney is “the rightful course for an American patriot.” McGovern has also stated that the cause to impeach Bush and Cheney is far stronger than it was for the impeachment of Nixon.

“They have repeatedly violated the Constitution. They have transgressed national and international law. They have lied to the American people time after time. Their conduct and their barbaric policies have reduced our beloved country to a historic low in the eyes of people around the world. These are truly ‘high crimes and misdemeanors,’ to use the constitutional standard.” – George McGovern

Dennis Kucinich has proposed impeachment for months. A resolution in November was surprisingly averted by his own party while being supported by the republicans in the House of Representatives. His resolution still stands strong but now includes both Bush and Cheney.

“[There is] a political advantage to the democrats in letting the president stay in – being unchallenged- and more or less letting the people of the country render a judgment in the November election against all republicans – but that’s folly, because what they’re doing actually is undermining the Constitution. Impeachment is mentioned six places in the Constitution – the Founders felt very strongly about a remedy to achieve an effective check and balance. So, I’m going to persist and very soon I’ll be introducing articles – it will be about a 50-count charge against the president.” – Dennis Kucinich

In my own investigation I have discovered the following as charges against the president. Like Kucinich said, there are many more reasons and violations of the Constitution to impeach George W. Bush.

  1. – George W. Bush ignored specific intelligence and warnings by domestic and foreign agents of an eminent attack on America similar to that of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and did not proceed to prevent it – resulting in the death of over 6000 Americans. [ref]
  2. – George W. Bush lied to the Congress and the American public on many accounts in order to justify the illegal and fraudulent invasion of Iraq. [ref]
  3. – George W. Bush misused government funds to bomb Iraq without Congressional authorization.
  4. – George W. Bush has subjected American military personnel to unnecessary harm, debilitating injuries, and deaths by illegal acts of imperial aggression in the Middle East.
  5. – George W. Bush violated the Geneva Convention by allowing the torture and deaths of prisoners of war while keeping them hidden from the International Committee of the Red Cross, as well as using illegal weapons such as white phosphorous, depleted uranium, and napalm. [ref]
  6. – George W. Bush has knowingly caused damage in the billions of dollars to the U.S. economy via the illegal invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq and the abuse of the Federal Reserve system by the printing of un-backed paper money. [ref]
  7. – George W. Bush has used the false “war against terrorism” and the Military Commissions Act to suspend the Constitution of the United States, particularly through the USA PATRIOT Act, suspension of habeas corpus, wiretapping and electronic surveillance without a warrant. [ref]
  8. – George W. Bush has violated the Constitution by arbitrarily detaining Americans, legal residents, and non-Americans, without due process, without charge, and without access to counsel. [ref]
  9. – George W. Bush has disobeyed over 750 Congressional laws and any laws that conflict with “his interpretation of the Constitution.” [ref]
  10. – George W. Bush has violated Federal law by the use of propaganda and disinformation by selectively leaking classified information. [ref]
  11. – George W. Bush has violated the Constitution and abused presidential power by asserting a “Unitary Executive Theory” – giving unlimited powers to the President and obstructing efforts by the Congress and the Courts to restrict presidential actions. [ref]
  12. – George W. Bush has violated State and Federal law by allowing tampering and obstructions of the elections of 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2006 by the use of faulty voting machines and suppression of voters in Florida and Ohio. [ref]

Wikipedia – Movement to Impeach George W. Bush

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Dennis Kucinich has been granted his request for the recount of all the votes cast in New Hampshire.

Kucinich will pay for the vote recount, despite not believing that it will help his own ranking in the State. There have been a lot of allegations in NH that votes for certain candidates have not been counted and other concerns about electronic voting.

“One of the biggest issues [nationally] is the integrity of our elections. People want to make sure that every vote counts and is counted. I’m for paper ballots in all Federal elections so we don’t have to deal with this, but if we don’t straighten out this issue now about what happened in New Hampshire… and if it’s nothing, fine – then we’ll know. But if there’s something there, then the American people will know that at least one person made the effort to come to a real accounting. And we better do this because [if it’s] not straightened out in the primary – if no one challenges it – what are we to expect in the general election?”

Part 1:

Part II: watch here.

Many may find it a bit peculiar that Kucinich is concerned about something that won’t necessarily help him in the election. But of course – it must be made clear – that this is about more than him, it’s about the integrity of the election.

Ron Paul decided to not follow Kucinich in this effort.

Without a firm belief that vote fraud had taken place, and without the possibility that a recount would have increased the chances for success of our campaign, a recount would have diverted campaign resources, time, and energy away from crucial battles elsewhere. – Ron Paul

In other words, Paul and his campaign are satisfied that they are on the right track and that their results so far are positive, whether or not the alleged vote fraud is real.

Nevertheless, Kucinich has taken the liberty to fund the recount, which may reveal new results for everyone. The recount will begin on January 16th. The important thing is – if there is found evidence of tampering with the election, it will be very big news and could end the use the the controversial machines in many – if not all – of the States that use them.

If you wish to help with the recount, visit the Granny Warriors and Dennis4President.com

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After the unbelievable results from New Hampshire, I hope for and expected the evidence of voter fraud to be exposed before too long. Well, here it comes. There’s now being a demand for a vote recount by some candidates and their supporters. This applies not only to Ron Paul, but to Kucinich, Obama and other candidates as well who may have done better than the machines have made it seem. In some places there have been results of zero votes for Ron Paul, causing the voters of those districts to speak out about it. It looks like the voter fraud has outdone itself after all. Revealing this case can have major repercussions on the voting in the other States to come.

Ron Paul Vote Fraud: Sutton, New Hampshire: Part 1:

Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9

Dennis Kucinich has called for a recount of the votes in New Hampshire:

Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, the most outspoken advocate in the Presidential field and in Congress for election integrity, paper-ballot elections, and campaign finance reform, has sent a letter to the New Hampshire Secretary of State asking for a recount of Tuesday’s election because of “unexplained disparities between hand-counted ballots and machine-counted ballots.”

“Serious and credible reports, allegations, and rumors have surfaced in the past few days…It is imperative that these questions be addressed in the interest of public confidence in the integrity of the election process and the election machinery – not just in New Hampshire, but in every other state that conducts a primary election.”

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