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August 13, 2006 05:27PM
This information from an e-mail sent to me. The web address was not included. This was also the case with the beginning article in this thread.

A MESSAGE TO IMPEACHMENT SUPPORTERS FROM RAMSEY CLARK
> >> BUSH MAKING MORE ENEMIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST


By failing to press for the impeachment of President Bush and his most
> >> bellicose advisors, the American people and their elected members of
> >> the House of Representatives expose our country to ever greater hatred
> >> and isolation. By permitting President Bush to pursue his policy of
> >> domination through threat and lawless force, we risk ever widening
> >> international violence.
> >>
> >> The new tragedy of Lebanon has brought death to hundreds of civilians,
> >> children, women and men. Hundreds of thousands, approaching one fourth
> >> the population of four million, are fugitives from their homes within
> >> and outside of their country. Destruction of the infrastructure will
> >> require decades to rebuild if/when peace comes. And rage at Israel and
> >> the U.S. dominate all other emotions in Lebanon and throughout the
> >> Muslim world. New anger is spreading over every continent.
> >>
> >> If the capture of two soldiers, or one in the case of Palestine,
> >> justifies assaults against whole nations and peoples, as Israel has
> >> done, then there is no law, no alternative to war, no hope for peace.
> >> Only a person with a memory no longer than three weeks could believe
> >> the capture of three Israeli soldiers began the present violence. Was
> >> not cross border violence between Israel and Lebanon commonplace for
> >> decades? Had not Israel kidnapped half the Palestinian cabinet,
> >> destroyed its Foreign Ministry offices and other government buildings
> >> and engaged in summary executions throughout Palestine, the West Bank
> >> and Gaza, since the elections this year of the Hamas majority in the
> >> Palestinian parliament? Was there not a continuum of assaults at will
> >> against the Palestinian people over decades?
> >>
> >> We must ask whether the forced withdrawal of Syrian peace keepers from
> >> Lebanon earlier this year by U.S. and Israeli political pressure after
> >> the murder of former Lebanon Prime Minister Harari was the prelude of
> >> a plan for Israel to assault Lebanon and reoccupy territories up to
> >> the Litani river in Southern Lebanon. While Syrian forces were present
> >> in Lebanon, such an assault did not occur.
> >>
> >> And we must ask whether the fierce assault on Lebanon and Palestine
> >> are the prelude to broader actions against Syria and Iran. President
> >> Bush has made it abundantly clear that he would like nothing better
> >> than regime change in Iran and Syria and has attempted to lay
> >> responsibility for violence in Lebanon and Palestine at their door.
> >>
> >> As Iraq descends into uncontrollable sectarian war, President Bush
> >> needs new threats to distract Americans attention from what his Shock
> >> and Awe policy has brought for Iraq, for us, and for the world. War in
> >> Lebanon helps divert attention temporarily and may serve to widen the
> >> conflict to include Syria, or Iran..........

Change will only occur if " we the people " voice in a comprehensive way, our dis-approval of what this administration has been doing. Impeaching Bush is a start, but he is really only a part of a " cabal " of many person's, who's actions have shown that they have anything but ethical practices, and the interest of the American Public, in mind as thier pursued objectives. I will always remain hopeful, that the citizens of this nation will by diligent efforts, compell the leaders of this country, to pursue an honorable path on our behalf, because in large measure, the other societies of the world, will judge us, by the actions of the leaders we " let " make the decisions of great consequence regarding our national course, which in truth, implies a representation of our will as a people. These things take effort, but we simply cannot allow a continuation down the dire path this adminstration has taken us, and if we collectively choose not to act, then we should not complain about the consequences that ensue.
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