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Pelosi Says She Would Impeach Bush If Somebody Knew of a Crime He'd Committed

Submitted by davidswanson on Tue, 2008-07-29 01:00. Activism Congress Impeachment

Pelosi told "The View" today that she'd impeach Bush if anybody knew of a crime he'd committed. Here's a list of crimes (PDF) drawn up by Conyers 2.5 years ago. Could a few thousand people fax it to her please?
Fax: 202-225-8259, Phone: 202-225-0100, Email: sf.nancy@mail.house.gov

Could someone also deliver it to her at her appearance with Politics and Prose bookstore of Washington, D.C., on Saturday, August 2 at 3 p.m. at Friendship Heights Village Center, 4433 S. Park Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland. (There is no cost for this event. Please sign up in advance by calling the Village Center at 301-656-2797.)

Bush has repeatedly instructed current and former staffers to refuse to comply with subpoenas and contempt citations.

Bush has violated numerous laws and claimed the right to do so in signing statements, as documented by the Government Accountability Office.

To watch a video of Bush admitting to violating FISA (thereby committing numerous felonies) go to the White House website here, and watch the December 19, 2005, press conference. You'll notice that Bush claims he began these crimes after September 11, 2001, which is not true; he began them earlier. You'll notice that Bush claims to have legal justification for violating the law, but those claims have completely collapsed. He also claims the spying is limited in ways that it is not. And when asked why he didn't try to change the law rather than violating it, he said he just doesn't have to because he's the president.

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