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Thursday, April 27, 2006

HC & M, why Yarbrough impeachment resolution matters

President George W. Bush has been able to assume powers not specifically authorized by the Constitution, the courts or Congress. His administration convinced the elites this was OK because the beliefs and ideology changed after the 9/11 attacks.

The impeachment resolution sponsored by Rep. Karen Yarbrough and the other patriots of the Illinois legislature has the potential to shift the country's belief system and ideology to a place where it's not only acceptable to demand accountability from the President of the United States, it's unreasonable for Congress not to demand accountability.

When you change what people believe, you change what's possible.

The Yarbrough resolution calls the scam for what it is. President Bush and his administration have engaged in various acts that are illegal. The resolution makes this clear and implies the question, "How did we as Americans allow such egregious abuses by the president?"

Asking this question is key to righting our country.

Want to get involved?

There is a Yahoo Group to organize in support of House Joint Resolution 125.


For local media coverage see Forest Park Review (Seth Stern), Pioneer Press (John Huston) or Chicago Sun-Times (Tracy Swartz).

Or you can do a Google news search using "Karen Yarbrough" or "Illinois impeachment".

You can also read what's being written on other blogs by using Technorati. You can search for "Karen Yarbrough" or "Illinois impeachment".


  • I don't see this working out

    A Week left in Session

    Aint' gonna happen

    By Anonymous A Realist, at 11:49 PM, April 27, 2006  

  • a realist:

    As Carl said, the resolution is about bringing public awareness and hopefully ignite a movement toward more leaders openly and vigorously seeking the impeachment of President Bush for needlessly putting our soldiers in harms way based on a lie that he and the people around him were preaching to the American people. Whether the resolution passes now is irrelevant. It might just give more legislators and public officials in Illinois and across the country more courage to speak out more loudly and continuously against President Bush.

    By Blogger Provisoguru, at 11:05 AM, April 28, 2006  

  • Provisoguru is right Carl. Public awareness is needed and guts to stand up to this dictator that serves as President from even the local level. Even the Repubs are not happy with this guy. Spector is talking about blocking funds for GWB surveillance program.

    Question though: Where are the voices of Obama and Durbin on this subject?

    By Anonymous nancy w, at 6:55 PM, April 28, 2006  

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