Nader campaign: “No man is above or beyond the rule of law!”

From the Ralph Nader campaign:

Declaring President George W. Bush the most impeachable president in American history, the Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader summoned the Democratic Congress to live up to its oath of office to uphold the Constitution. In a letter to U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, Mr. Nader laid bare the compelling case for impeachment.

“No other president has committed more systemic, repeated impeachable offenses, with such serious consequences to this country, its people, to Iraq, its people and the security of this nation before, than George W. Bush” said Mr. Nader in his letter to Rep. Conyers, adding that, “James Madison, Thomas Jefferson and their colleagues had just these kinds of monarchical abuses and violations in their framework of anticipation.”

Citing numerous constitutional law experts, Mr. Nader identified 5 distinct categories of “repeated, defiant ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’, which separately or together would allow Congress to subject the President to impeachment under Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution.”

2 Responses to “Nader campaign: “No man is above or beyond the rule of law!””

  1. Jonathan Cymberknopf Says:

    Go Ralph Go Please donate to his campaign ! Please give so Honest Ralph can keep exposing the truth !
    Good stuff as always in his web site. The more voices the more choices the better

  2. chester bowels Says:

    Ralph is tilting at windmills and we admire him for it. If he would not run we would not vote,so live long and be a thorn in the side of the plutocracy.
    It’s ashame what a sham this country is, hippocrites and welfare bums who cry hands off capitalism until they lose all to greed, then socialism saves their ass again. May this system fall soon, may the sheep rise up. From the edge.

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