I Called My Congressperson Today in Support of Cheney’s Impeachment

While I do not fool myself into thinking calling a Congressperson has any impact on the agenda of a given Congress person, I felt compelled to express my feelings today. I called my rep to tell them that I wanted my rep to support the articles of impeachment against Dick Cheney that were filed by Dennis Kucinich yesterday. I also took the time to say that I am stunned that Congress has not impeached this administration based on the mountain of evidence of inside complicity into the events of 9/11. I enlightened the person who took my call by explaining a few facts about the event and I suggested that he start looking into it on his own.

I know my call had no effect but I felt good after I made the call. And while I am not one of those gate keeping sheep herding organizations that mobilize activists by asking them to spend their time and money doing things that will have no impact on change, I think a call supporting impeachment may be worth the few minutes it would take. You can easily find the number of your representative by going here: Congress.org

I can not for the life of me think of a more sinister figure in American political history. Cheney even makes Kissenger look like a child. While an arrest and trial on multiple, oh multiple charges are in order, I would settle for an impeachment simply to stop some of the insanity.

While I am no fool and I don’t believe this will go anywhere I think a call of support for Cheney’s impeachment is worth a few wasted minutes. Think about it

Refernece: Cheney’s Secrets

3 Responses to “I Called My Congressperson Today in Support of Cheney’s Impeachment”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    I really don’t understand why anything would be worth “wasted minutes”. It’s a self-contradicting statement. Either it’s worth it or it’s not.

    If you feel it probably has no impact, but might still be worth taking a couple minutes on, just say so. But don’t say it’s useless, but do it anyway.

    Personally, I’m going to spend those two minutes blowing my nose instead. It will do about as much good. Look at how lobbyist registrations have skyrocketed recently.

    Now, if you’re a lobbyist, by all means, take the time to call your representatives–since YOU actually have them.

  2. Jesse says:

    Truth Seeker
    You know…I needed a giggle..thanks. I’ll blow my nose later. Right now my allergies are OK;-)

  3. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    I don’t understand the use of the phrase “his nose” rather than “my nose”, but OK. :)

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