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H. Res. 635 might impeach Bush & put him in cell w/Steve Kubby & Marc Emery
by Cris Ericson (crisericson [at]
Friday Jan 20th, 2006 6:32 PM
House Resolution 635 in U.S. Congress might impeach President Bush on federal criminal charges and put the Leader of the Drug War in prison with Steve Kubby and Marc Emery, most famous marijuana defendants.
If President George W. Bush is impeached based on federal Title 18 criminal charges of fraud in a fiduciary capacity using your federal tax dollars to take us to war in Iraq under false pretences of weapons of mass destruction,
then could
President George W. Bush end up in a federal prison cell and have to share it with criminal marijuana defendants, Steve Kubby, medical marijuana patient with cancer,
and Marc Scott Emery, marijuana-seed-seller-by-the-seashore?
President George W. Bush is the leader on the war on drugs.
Can you just imagine President George W. Bush getting frustrated in their prison cell and asking Steve Kubby if he can have a quick puff of his medical marijuana? Will Marc Scott Emery criticize the poor quality of the second hand smoke from government issued medical marijuana?
No, that's fanatasizing too far, unless Cris Ericson gets elected to the U.S. Senate there won't be any government issued marijuana to patients in prison.
Well, keep informed.
Go to
and on the right column click on 'Find a Bill or Law'
and that takes you to
and in 'Search Bill Text'
enter H. Res. 635
and underneath un-check 'Word/Phrase'
and check 'Bill Number'
and that takes you directly to H. Res. 635,
House Resolution 635
in the United States House of Representatives
in the United States Congress
submitted by Representative John Conyers, a Democrat from the State
of Michigan.
H. Res. 635 "to make recommendations regarding grounds for possible impeachment" of President George W. Bush.

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