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Impeachment Watch: Washington State Dems Push for Resolution
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I’ve been telling you that the impeachment mob is gearing up for big things in 2008. Rep. Robert Wexler is on the prowl–raising funds online, posting videos, and putting heat on the Democrat leadership to act on Dennis Kucinich’s impeachment resolution. There’s the impeachment play that’ll be unveiled after New Year’s. Santa Rosa City Council members passed an impeachment resolution earlier this month. And now, from Washington state, (hat tip – Orbusmax), we’ve got another push for a legislative impeachment resolution–along with assorted BDS festivities:

The prime backer of a state resolution urging Congress to impeach President Bush and Vice President Cheney plans to return to the state Capitol in January with a slightly revised proposal.

Meanwhile, a South Sound group calling itself Citizens Movement to Impeach Bush/Cheney is gearing up for an “impeachment party” Friday in Olympia.

State Sen. Eric Oemig, D-Kirkland, said Wednesday he is amending his Senate Joint Memorial 8016 to make its intent clearer.

Democratic Sen. Darlene Fairley, who chairs the Senate committee that will hear the bill, expects to give it a hearing and bring it up for a vote in the legislative session that begins Jan. 14.

Oemig, who got a hearing but nothing more on a similar measure this year, is in Olympia on Friday to speak briefly at the party sponsored by Thurston County activists committed to the impeachment effort. The event runs from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Woman’s Club of Olympia, 1002 Washington Ave. S.E., co-organizer Glen Anderson said. It offers food, music and games, such as an “impeachment haiku” contest.

No rest for the Bush-haters.

Anyone up for a BDS haiku contest?

Have at it!

Here’s mine:

Upside-down ribbon

Swinging like a noose for Bush

Impeach Cheney first


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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Impeachment