"13 Days for White House to Tell
the Truth on Iraq"
[Editor's Note: It's nice to hear at least one congressional
voice rail against the Wall of Lies coming from this regime, since mainstream
media can no longer function in that capacity. I have no way of knowing
whether Dennis is any more free of Illuminati control than are other self
proclaimed 'opponents' of the Bush Administration such as Ramsey Clark,
Ted Kennedy, or Robert Byrd, but it doesn't really matter. If he's helping
to get out the Truth to the American people, then I'm all for supporting
him; regardless of what bend in the road he may or may not take later on.
E-mail your House representative and tell him to sign on to the Kucinich
From: "Kucinich Campaign" <email@example.com>
June 10, 2003
KUCINICH ON HOUSE FLOOR: CREDIBILITY GAP IS GROWING
Congressman Dennis Kucinich, leader of Congressional opposition to the Iraq
war, took to the House floor today to continue pressing for the truth about
the Administration's drive to war:
"The credibility gap is growing. First the Administration said the
US had to sweep aside the UN inspections and the UN Security Council because
weapons of mass destruction that were an imminent threat. Now, Paul Wolfowitz
says: 'The truth is that for reasons that have a lot to do with the US
government bureaucracy, we settled on the one issue that everyone could
agree on, which was weapons of mass destruction as the core reason.'
"Now their story is changing: Iraq had a weapons 'program,' they say.
No longer weapons of mass destruction, but a program. If this Administration
fabricate reasons for war after the fact, where will America be headed for
"Congress must demand accountability for the wanton exercise of war
power, for the loss of life, the destruction of property, the waste of tax
and the damage to America's reputation. Thirty-three members of
the House have now signed the Resolution of Inquiry to demand the
White House tell the truth."
Kucinich's Resolution of Inquiry, demanding the Administration
turn over intelligence to back its pre-war claims about Iraq, was introduced
and has growing support. It is a privileged resolution and must
be voted on in Committee within 14 legislative days of being introduced.
Having led Congressional opposition to the Iraq war and Bush foreign policy
since last summer, Dennis Kucinich is now campaigning for the Democratic
presidential nomination on a platform of peace, justice, equal rights and
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