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View Diary: Time to impeach . . . Congressman Conyers, are you watching? (148 comments)

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  •  Tip me, please (4.00)
    The dam's about to bust--if we could at least get some of our friends in Congress to come out in favor of at least considering impeachment, that should get their attention.
    •  I will if you forward (4.00)
      your post to the Congressman himself.

      The less a man knows about how sausages and laws are made, the easier it is to steal his vote and give him botulism.

      by SensibleShoes on Wed May 04, 2005 at 06:20:00 PM PDT

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        John.Conyers@mail.house.gov

        The less a man knows about how sausages and laws are made, the easier it is to steal his vote and give him botulism.

        by SensibleShoes on Wed May 04, 2005 at 06:21:35 PM PDT

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          •  ::CONYERS::IS MY CONGRESSMAN:::: (4.00)
            I will call his office tomorrow & talk to,his secretary here in MI....The man is one hell-of-a fighter.He does get the message out,he doesn't give up,should be more like him in washington,by the way we also have,LEVIN on our side>>>We need to impeach the whole bunch,not just BUSH,all his play-pals should be included,they're all to blame with the shame that is thrown,on our shoulders..MI.BLUE STATE ALL THE WAY....
            •  Agreed - Bush not the only guilty party (none)
              We need to make sure that Cheney is included; as VP his visits to Langley to demand pre-war intelligence were unprecedented and put the CIA on notice that they must satisfy Cheney's need for particular intel.

              He is jointly and severally liable -- and so is Rumsfeld, since the intel department at DoD failed to provide any contradictory intel.

    •  Done! (none)
      (I always forget about these things.
      Besides, I didn't find this diary until after I had read the other one on stopping the impeachment talk.)

      I like the way you think--and agree that Conyers is the right man to set the record straight.  

      Setting the record straight may or may not lead to an impeachment process, but it's a step in the right direction (toward "transparency" and democracy in action).  Democrats must insist on an open investigation and acknowledgement of the facts.  

      Either we can clear the air on what constitutes good faith and sound policy in government, ignore what's happening, pretend we don't see it, or accept "official versions" of events, as reported by the media and the Administration.

      I'm not hopeful, but I'm willing to try.

      Piedmont Dem

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