On News Unfiltered: Kucinich on Impeaching Cheney, Pelosi on Musharaff, new voter confidence study

There are a few releases of note posted on News Unfiltered. The Kucinich campaign is planning a new nationwide conference call to discuss impeaching Dick Cheney.
Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich is planning to re-schedule a nationwide conference call to discuss Articles of Impeachment against Vice President Richard B. Cheney after tonight's planned event encountered technical problems stemming largely from the overwhelming volume of calls from interested citizens.
Nancy Pelosi's statement on the Pakistan situation:
"For too long, President Musharraf failed to confront effectively his growing unpopularity. The Bush Administration enabled Musharraf's delusion by ignoring his undemocratic acts and lack of internal support in exchange for his assistance in efforts against terrorism."Pakistan will only be a reliable and capable ally against terrorism when its government is not seen as an enemy by its own people. The interests of the United States are best advanced by policies that do not promote one goal at the expense of the other."
And the American Political Science Association released a new study on voter confidence:
A new study by political scientists examines voter confidence in the local administration of U.S. elections and finds the quality of voters' experience with the voting process is key to bolstering confidence in the election system -- along with the casting a ballot on Election Day and the use of voting machines with verifiable results.

Tags: cheney, Kucinich, Pelosi, polling (all tags)


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