Vermont Democrats Call for Bush Impeachment
One hundred Vermont state officials agreed to petition the Republican-controlled Congress to introduce articles of impeachment against Bush for the WMD and wiretapping scandals. “You know in your own hearts and minds that something is terribly wrong in this country,” said one Vermont Democrat.
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Randolph, Vermont – Democratic Party leaders in Vermont on Saturday passed a motion asking Congress to immediately begin impeachment proceedings against President Bush.
In an elementary school cafeteria strewn with American flags and copies of the US Constitution, some 100 state party officials agreed to make the request to the US House of Representatives.
“You know in your own hearts and minds that something is terribly wrong in this country,” said Margaret Lucenti, a Democrat from Vermont’s capital Montpelier.
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