To: The U.S. Congress From: The American People We believe that President Bush, as the head of the executive branch of the United States government, has the ultimate authority to approve and manage relief efforts. We believe that President Bush failed in that capacity with regard to the emergency in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. We believe that the inaction of the government can be directly attributed to President Bush and his failure to act. We believe that this failure to act is an abuse of power because of the incredible danger placed on human life. We believe this failure was so grossly negligent as to be classified as \"high crimes\" toward the American people. We ask the Congress of the United States to investigate these high crimes against the American People by initiating an Article of Impeachment against President Bush.
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Kjersten Langill, United States7 years ago State: CA
Comments: What kind of leader abandons and forgets his people Though the immediacy of the tragedy is oast, that does not mean the people no longer need the suport of a confident and competent leader. Bush has failed in both regards and has therefore faild the people of Louisianna, Mississipi, Alabama and other areas affected by Katrina
Matt Stein, United States7 years ago State: FL
Comments: The entire Bush Administration must be removed and very publically repudiated BEFORE the next elections, or their heinous criminal depredations against the United States of America, as well as the rest of the world, will not only continue destructively but be horrifically amplified in the future. This nightmare will occur if, absent the precedent of impeachment to keep a rogue administration in check, the Democrats are allowed to institute an even more dictatorial administration in 2008; as they take control in a landslide of revulsion against continued Republican Party loyalty to the Bush Administration, in the face of their extensive sacrifice of lives to no good purpose whatever; their deceit of the American People, violation of the US Constitution and the Geneva Conventions; putting American troops and civlians alike even more at risk. Alternatively, the nightmare will also occur if the present, Bush Administration, unchecked by impeachment, declares martial law before the elections, thus cancelling them and retaining control indefinitely. Either of the above scenarios will result in endless war internationally and inevitable poverty and repression here at home, with high probability of revolution, including violence; it would only be a matter of time. Therefore it is with the greatest urgency that I implore you to impeach this Administration - starting with Vice President Richard Cheney - immediately. Uphold and Defend the Constitution - and, in so doing, spare America from a bloody and horrible future.
Alexandra Willden, United States8 years ago State: UT
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