Dennis Kucinich: Obama’s Libya Attack “Impeachable Offense” + Ron Paul and Kucinich on Libya and the Federal Reserve

US, Keep Your Hands Off Libya

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Democracy Now!
April 1, 2011

Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio joins us to discuss why he thinks President Obama may have committed an “impeachable offense” by committing U.S. military forces to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya without congressional approval. “This president has assumed power that no president, not even President Bush, has assumed,” Kucinich says. “I think that we need to focus on this, not as a matter of whether we like President Obama or not, not as a matter of whether we are Democrats or not, but whether or not we understand the basic constitutional principles of the separation of power.” [includes rush transcript]

via Rep. Kucinich: Lack of Congressional Approval Could Make Obama’s Libya Attack “Impeachable Offense”


Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Without Support of Congress, Obama’s Libya Attack May Be “Impeachable Offense”



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