Tuesday, May 31, 2005

What to do after Downing Street

We lose all credibility as a nation and a people if we stand by without demanding an investigation of whether intelligence was fixed in order to intentionally mislead Congress into supporting an invasion of Iraq. President Bush is no better than any other imperialistic tyrant if the information contained in the Downing Street Memo is accurate and we, as a nation, are complicit in his crimes if we do not insist in an investigation and that suitable action be taken as appropriate.

After Downing Street is a coalition of veterans' groups, peace groups, and political activist groups announced a campaign to urge that the U.S. Congress launch a formal investigation into whether President Bush has committed impeachable offenses in connection with the Iraq war. The campaign focuses on evidence that recently emerged in a British memo containing minutes of a secret July 2002 meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his top national security officials.

Review the information contained at After Downing Street and get involved as you see fit. If you are a blogger, you can get involved with the Big Brass Alliance at Shakespeare's Sister.

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