December 11, 2007 | Filed Under Activism
Presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich, Saturday, Reno, Nevada.
Speaking to a packed crowd in Reno, Dennis Kucinich was prepared to discuss environmental issues, war and President Bush during a weekend conference. Apparently, the half-hour campaign speech quickly turned to the topic of impeachment.
“On the way over here, I was reading a 50-page document that relates to Articles of Impeachment for the President of the United States,” Kucinich said to a standing ovation. “And I want you to know that I’m actually preparing this document for submission to the House.”
Kucinich said Bush has curtailed the people’s constitutionally guaranteed rights.
“This is a moment when we’re called upon to reclaim our country,” he said. “You give me your vote, I’ll give you back your country.”
This is the kind of tough talk we need right now. Whether or not Dennis Kucinich can invigorate his campaign by going after Bush will remain to be seen. Yet, politically speaking, Kucinich has done his campaign and public image a lot of good by doing what most Democrats have been to afraid to do: go after Bush. I’ll keep you posted on the issue, but he says a fifty page articles of impeachment on President Bush is under way. He’s already filed one to lock down the Dick Cheney Kucinich and I guess he wasn’t done there.
Good work sir, finally, we have someone that is willing to stand up for the American people who absolutely despise this administration and them harm it has done our country.
Kucinich also discussed how his concern for the environment would shape his presidency if he were to be elected.
“Think about this. The government has an engine of sustainability so that the Department of Transportation focuses on developing mass transit solutions. The Department of Housing and Urban Development develops green housing with natural light and passive solar. The Department of Energy incentivizes the production of wind and solar and green energy,” he told the crowd.
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