Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Via Shakespeare's Sister:


John Bonifaz, a Boston attorney specializing in constitutional litigation, sent a memo to Congressman John Conyers of Michigan, the Ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, urging him to introduce a Resolution of Inquiry directing the House Judiciary Committee to launch a formal investigation into whether sufficient grounds exist for the House to impeach President Bush. Bonifaz's memo, made available today at After Downing Street, begins: “The recent release of the Downing Street Memo provides new and compelling evidence that the President of the United States has been actively engaged in a conspiracy to deceive and mislead the United States Congress and the American people about the basis for going to war against Iraq. If true, such conduct constitutes a High Crime under Article II, Section 4 of the United States Constitution.

That's what I'm talking about.

More over on Shake's blog, including more links.

1 comment:

zelda1 said...

I have always believed that Bush never wanted the terrorists behind 9/11 but was always after Iraq, specifically Hussien. I think he is trying to one up his Dad and do a little revenge for his dad so he can say look at me, are you proud of me yet. Then their is the oil. I'm sorry, it has never been about weapons, liberation of an oppressed people, or even about protection of the American People, it has, in my opinion, been about Bush getting even. They can say what they want about Clinton but he never put American troops in harms way. Bush is a warmonger as was his father.