Letters to the Editor

Expose corruption

In Thomas Jefferson's "Manual of Parliamentary Practices," he created a mechanism by which a state legislature can transmit a resolution to impeach to the House of Representatives in Washington, and effectively direct the House to address the question of an investigation to determine whether to impeach a civil officer of the United States, a judge or a president.

Because the evidence will prove President Bush and Vice President Richard Cheney have subverted the Constitution and engaged in conspiracy to impose fraud and deceit on the United States, it is the duty and obligation of House members to initiate impeachment.

At the very least, it will expose corrupt Republicans who supported impeachment of President Clinton, and who fight this impeachment, as liars and hypocrites, the very type of corrupt persons that Jesus consistently condemned as evil.

Jess Smith

Coalinga

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