Quoting David Swanson:
I think in the coming weeks we ought to focus such efforts on these points:
A.-It's the oil. We will not support any politicians who do not insist on Iraq
maintaining control of every drop of its oil. Americans are not thieves.
B.-It's the occupation. We are not opposing this war only because the
American death rate is too high or the financial cost is too high, but also
because of the damage done to the rule of law by aggressive wars
unanswered for and the danger imposed on Americans when we generate
hatred of our nation around the world. A reduction of American forces is not
nearly enough. We want every U.S. soldier, mercenary, and contractor
withdrawn from Iraq. We want the United States to offer a massive program
of foreign aid to the world, a leadership role in developing renewable energy,
and strong support for international law and arms reduction. We want to see
such a new approach that the desire to "save face" by only partially
withdrawing from Iraq will seem trivial and unnecessary.
C.-It's the accountability. We don't just want to end this war and occupation.
We want to deny U.S. presidents and any other nations the right to launch
aggressive wars in the future. We want accountability for this crime, for the
fraud used to promote it, and for the numerous crimes and abuses that have
D.-Questions of war and peace, according to our Constitution, must be
decided by the Congress. Wars must be declared and can be ended by the
Congress. Congress can and must enforce its power by denying funding
and by impeaching presidents and vice presidents.
IMPEACH OK1 is all about patriots, constitutionalists,
truth-seekers and impeachment-promoters.
The hottest seats in hell are reserved for those who, in times
of great moral crises, choose to do nothing --Dante Alighieri