Letter from Kucinich to Judiciary

via: Raw Story:

On Friday, as the embattled legislation is pushed into committee, Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) wrote to House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers Jr. (D-MI) in support of H. Res 799, Articles of Impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney.

Text of the letter appears below.

November 9, 2007

The Honorable John Conyers, Jr. Chairman Committee on the Judiciary 2138 Rayburn HOB Washington, DC 20515

Dear Chairman Conyers

I am writing in support of H. Res. 799, the Articles of Impeachment which were referred to the committee relative to the Impeachment of the Vice President of the United States of America.

Recent reports indicate that the Vice President is attempting to shape the National Intelligence Estimate on Iran to conform to his misperceptions about the threat Iran actually poses. Much like his deceptive efforts in the lead up to the Iraq war, the Vice President appears to be manipulating intelligence to conform to his beliefs.

If the reports are true, they add additional weight to the case for impeachment. I believe impeachment remains the only tool Congress has to prevent a war in Iran. This information relates directly to the Article III charges in the resolution. I urge your timely consideration.

Dennis J. Kucinich
Member of Congress

Contact the House Judiciary today.

More Contact info for the Judiciary:

2138 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

Contact Congressman Kucinich and give him your support on this.

To track H. Res. 333

UPDATE: According to The Washington Post, H. Res. 333 is now known as H. Res. 799 


2 thoughts on “Letter from Kucinich to Judiciary

  1. check this out too… lots of good contact info:

    Wexler (FL-19) v. Wasserman Schultz (FL-20) on Impeachment

    a partial transcript of the ed schults / wasserman schultz interview from thursday…
    i was listening – not sure how ed held his composure… he charges for his podcasts… i wish someone would find and post that audio… it was as exasperating as it was entertaining…

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