Thursday, August 31, 2006On Aug. 26, C-Span aired a one-hour program on the book "The Case for Impeachment" by Dave Lindorff and Barbara Olshansky. The program featured the two authors speaking at Robin's Books in Philadelphia.
The program is now online. It can be accessed at:
There is a lot of new information revealed in this program.
According to OpEdNews.com:
"Olshansky reports that there were a number of child captives "some as young as 7," who were held in a special center at Guantanamo called "Camp Iguana." She notes that the Geneva Conventions, to which the U.S. Is a founding signatory, require that children 12 and under be accorded special treatment in wartime, and not be treated as combatants or held as POWs.
Lindorff, in the program, lays out 10 reasons why Bush should be impeached, and lashes into Democratic Party leaders who have claimed impeachment would be "off the table" if the party were to win control of the House in November. He explains not only that members of Congress have an obligation, as part of their oaths to "uphold and defend the Constitution," to impeach for crimes against the Constitution, the Republic and the people of the U.S., but that impeachment is the perfect strategy for the November election, since 80 percent of Democrats, and over 50 percent of all voters, support the idea."
Check it out HERE!