Kucinich Will Impeach Cheney

Rep. Dennis Kucinich introduced
H.Res. 333 in April to impeach Vice President Cheney for his pre-war lies about Iraq
and for threatening an invasion of Iran. And thanks to your heroic grassroots
efforts, there are 21 co-sponsors.

Speaker Pelosi blocked Judiciary Committee hearings on the bill, but

Kucinich will force a floor vote on Tuesday
using his right of personal
privilege. Kucinich’s courageous act will put members of the House on record.
Are they going to fulfill their oath of office to “defend the Constitution
against all enemies, foreign and domestic”? Or will they support a Vice
President whose lies about Iraq cost the lives of nearly 4,000 Americans and
possibly $2.4 trillion in our tax dollars – and whose lies about Iran threaten
to start World War III?

Call your Representative (not Senators) and tell
them to

support Kucinich’s resolution to impeach Dick Cheney, H.Res.
800-828-0498, 800-862-5530, 800-833-6354

More actions to support
Kucinich’s impeachment resolution:

Kucinich explains this week’s vote:

Brave New Films Video about Cheney’s impeachable offenses:

Who Will Filibuster Mukasey?


refuses to say
that waterboarding is torturebecause Dick Cheney won’t let him – otherwise he would have to prosecute Cheney and Bush as war criminals.

Mukasey also believes the President can ignore FISA and the Constitution and wiretap American citiz ens without a warrant, which makes the President a
Dictator. Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) betrayed
the Constitution and embraced waterboarding and dictatorship by announcing
their support for Mukasey. But Mukasey’s nomination can be defeated if 40
Democrats support a

filibuster – and it takes

just one Senator to
start one.

So we’re petitioning every Senator who claims to be a progressive

Joe Biden at JoeBiden.com …

Barbara Boxer at Pac
for a Change …

Hillary Clinton at HillaryClinton.com …

Chris Dodd
at ChrisDodd.com …

Russ Feingold at the Progressive Patriots Fund …

at the Committee for a Democratic Majority … John

Kerry at
JohnKerry.com …

Barack Obama at BarackObama.com …

Harry Reid
at Searchlight Leadership Fund …

Bernie Sanders at Bernie.org


Also tell

your Senators to oppose Mukasey:

Call the undecided Senators and report their responses:

Join the Democratic Donor Strike against Chuck Schumer’s DSCC:

Tell your Senators to support Chris Dodd’s filibuster of warrantless

Confront Presidential Candidates with the Progressive

Tired of double-talk from the candidates – including those who seek
the votes of progressives? Let’s reclaim the debate by confronting them with
the Progressive Agenda that we believe in! Add your name to the list of
Progressive Agenda that includes respected artists, musicians, elected
officials and other peace and justice leaders. Confront presidential candidates
through the media or as they come to your communities in search of votes. For
example: Do they support full troop withdrawal from Iraq and pledge no attack
on Iran? If they claim to be for universal healthcare, why don’t they support
single-payer Enhanced Medicare for All? Distribute the Progressive Agenda
widely face-to-face and via email to friends, neighbors, relatives and fellow
activists. Print out a copy and duplicate it. Refer to this agenda in blog
comments, letters to the editor and calls to talk shows. In general, bird-dog
candidates for President, Senate and Congress at their public events, and everywhere
you can. http://www.progressive2008.org

11/9 Warmup for 12/7 National Caucus

When it comes
to choosing our Presidential candidates, why does Iowa take priority over the
rest of the country? The National Presidential Caucus was created to give
citizens across the country – Democrats, Republicans, and Independents – a
chance to gather in small groups (up to 50 people) to discuss the candidates
and vote. Of course this vote is informal and will not choose any delegates for
the convention. But it will get a lot of media coverage and will be a lot more
meaningful than the polls – particularly for longer-shot candidates whose lower
poll rankings reflects the Corporate Media’s bias against them. The full Caucus
will be held on Friday December 7, using Meetup-style tools to help citizens
connect. There will also be a Preliminary Straw Poll & Caucus Warmup on Friday,
November 9, 2007 Democrats.com is a co-sponsor of the National Presidential
Caucus. For more details: