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If Hillary Clinton were to issue a clarion call for the immediate impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney, she could win the presidency by acclamation," said Lyndon LaRouche today, reflecting on the overwhelming response from Democratic constituents to the mention of Cheney's impeachment. On July 12, at a candidate's forum in Detroit, Democratic presidential pre-candidate, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) received a thunderous and sustained applause when he raised the issue of impeaching Cheney, which Kucinich has introduced as legislation in Congress, House Resolution 333.

 

Two days earlier, speaking on the radio interview program, The Ed Shultz Show, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) also won new support when she told Shultz that "impeachment" must be "on the table."

 

LaRouche commented that when the members of Congress were in their districts during the July 4th recess, they were "beaten up by constituents" on the issue of the need to impeach Cheney. On their return to Washington, the behavior of Kucinich and Boxer reflected that response to the overwhelming demand from citizens. The response that Kucinich got was even more important than what he said, and other members realize that too, commented LaRouche. So, if Senator Clinton were to "issue a clarion call" for Cheney's immediate impeachment, in no uncertain terms, she could "win the Presidency by acclamation," LaRouche emphasized.

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And in the Clinton ERA, they cut off funding to Latin America and right into the hands of the Arab nations.

 

Look on the bright side; there are several Latin American Countries instructing their people to learn Arabic.

 

The Clinton policy we are all still feeling to date.

I'm sure that the democrats will try to put a spin on the politics of the war, Iran, and because of their politics

They "The Democrats" have started a new Nuclear Proliferation, and not just in the Middle East, but also in Latin America.

 

AND ALL IN THE NAME OF POLITICS.

 

Ya know some thing People? I really wished that I could bury my head in the sand.

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If Hillary Clinton were to issue a clarion call for the immediate impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney, she could win the presidency by acclamation," said Lyndon LaRouche today, reflecting on the overwhelming response from Democratic constituents to the mention of Cheney's impeachment. On July 12, at a candidate's forum in Detroit, Democratic presidential pre-candidate, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) received a thunderous and sustained applause when he raised the issue of impeaching Cheney, which Kucinich has introduced as legislation in Congress, House Resolution 333.

 

Two days earlier, speaking on the radio interview program, The Ed Shultz Show, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) also won new support when she told Shultz that "impeachment" must be "on the table."

 

LaRouche commented that when the members of Congress were in their districts during the July 4th recess, they were "beaten up by constituents" on the issue of the need to impeach Cheney. On their return to Washington, the behavior of Kucinich and Boxer reflected that response to the overwhelming demand from citizens. The response that Kucinich got was even more important than what he said, and other members realize that too, commented LaRouche. So, if Senator Clinton were to "issue a clarion call" for Cheney's immediate impeachment, in no uncertain terms, she could "win the Presidency by acclamation," LaRouche emphasized.

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