Kucinch Pushes For Impeacement Of G.W.Bush, Reads 35 Charges To House, Threatens 60 If Judiciary Doesn’t Act ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Kucinich threatens 60 impeachment articles if Judiciary doesn’t act

Funny, this wasn’t on TV… I wonder why that is?

“If I were to watch the news that you hear in the United States, I’d just blow my brains out, because it would drive me nuts.”

Lara Logan, Chief CBS News Foreign Correspondent, 18 June 2008

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2 Responses

  1. Michael Jones says:

    Brave man to take a stand like that. Anyone know what the reaction to this has been? I’ve heard nothing in the British press.

  2. Ed says:

    The British and US press are not predisposed toward towing an anti-establishment line. They are, to a considerable degree, essentially wings of the administration. I recommend John Pilger’s (50 year veteran journalist) speech in Chicago in 2005 for some background on this. Just type his name in the search box to the right and have a listen to what he has to say. Even better, watch his film ‘War On Democracy’ and through the Venezualan model presented there you’ll get a better idea of what is actually happening over here and in the US.

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