Vincent Bugliosi Makes The Case For Prosecuting BushCo

Posted by | July 26, 2008 14:41 | Filed under: Top Stories

I haven’t been a big fan of impeachment procedings, as I feel it would take up time Congress could be spent doing more pressing work, and even if it were successful, Bush would be out of office by the time it got anywhere.  However, impeachment or not,  a case can be made that we have not been dealt  with truthfully by this administration and the result has been policies jammed down the throat of the American public that we are now seeing as reckless.  These policies have resulted in an unnecessary war, a rediretion of efforts away from true trouble spots, and the losses of life and health that have severely impacted thousands of American families.   Concurrently, we have seen executive branch power grabs enabled by Bush/Cheney appointees who have given them permission to skirt legal precedents and ignore conventions and treaties to which we are signatories. 

Vincent Bugliosi lays it all out in his book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush For Murder   which has received scant attention in the MSM, and here he lays it out for the House Judiciary Committee.

h/t Crooks and Liars



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