Put up or shut up. Do you have a whole 2 minutes of your day to express your dis-satisfaction? Hell, you can do this on your way to get your afternoon latte.
Go to http://house.gov, look up your Congress rep and tell them about the impeachment vote tomorrow.
In an 18-page draft resolution, Kucinich outlined three charges against Cheney: that he “manipulated the intelligence process . . . by fabricating the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction” to justify the war in Iraq; that he deceived citizens and Congress “about an alleged relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda” to justify the war; and that he has “openly threatened aggression against the Republic of Iran, absent any real threat to the United States, and has done so with the United States’ proven capability to carry out such threats.”
The Democrat House Speaker is pushing this vote as soon as possible to get it out of the way.
This sort of pisses me off. Kucunich should have announced the documents available on his site a week before his announcement and then given the activist organizations enough time to generate buzz and support and then introduced it in the House. He should have produced an air tight case including a YouTube video – done a total multimedia onslaught of incontrovertible proof in as many formats and venues as possible.
Update: After I slept on this I realized how much this really pissed me off. With Maxine Waters impeachment resolution that went nowhere and now Kucinich’s that will probably go nowhere, I think this just further undermines the important and magnitude of the impeachment process – and more importantly, the high crimes of the elected leadership. Filing the articles should be the last thing you do after you’ve done all your legwork with your colleagues and constituents. Is Kucinich doing this so he can say he did something? Is this railroading (showboating?)? Very shitty, sloppy execution and a bit selfish. Still, I called Rahm’s office. I think people perceive Kucinich as a nutter-dwarf jabbing and jumping and this reinforces that perception.