Little Rhode Island may have the loudest voice!
There is a movement to begin the impeachment of the President and it may just work!
The House Rules for the US Congress allow impeachment proceedings to begin upon charges submitted by a State Legislature. Since Rhode Island is one of a handful of states in the US with a veto-proof Democratic majority and a super-majority of Rhode Islanders have a high disapproval rating of Bush-Cheney, US Senate candidate Carl Sheeler is calling on the Rhode Island legislature to initiate impeachment proceedings against George W. Bush. This is an important debate to have in our legislature. Rhode Island has always led the way in fighting for independence and freedom. Why not continue our leadership and begin the debate on impeachment?
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and West Greenwich resident Carl Sheeler made a call out to Rhode Island Congressmen James R. Langevin (D-02) and Patrick J. Kennedy (D-01) to assist U.S. Representative John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) to initiate impeachment hearings for President George W. Bush.
Sheeler, a marine veteran who served during the first Iraq war and an outspoken, 1970's style democrat, declared, "It's time we as ordinary citizens stop talking and start acting to bring the change we want to see in our America."
Sheeler also charged the president with failing to produce Weapons of Mass Destruction, the inability to provide adequate armor for troops, cutting the state's funds for domestic security, and national funding cuts for education and healthcare.