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Saturday, July 21, 2007

 

House Resolution 333

John Nichols gripped the crowd with his answer to whether it’s “too late” for impeachment, by saying that every 10 minutes, an Iraqi dies in the war. Every 10 hours, someone in the US military is killed. Every 10 days, $2 billion is spent on the war. We have to stop this, and impeachment is our immediate responsibility. Senator Mike Gravel urged people in Congress to stand on principle (as he did when reading the Pentagon Papers into the Congressional record in 1971) and sign on to the Cheney Impeachment, H Res 333. We’ll post video highlights soon at worldcantwait.org.

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