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bush called ‘fascist’ ‘war criminal’ on 4th of july

bush called 'fascist' 'war criminal' on 4th of julyfrom raw story: President Bush delivered a July 4th address before a naturalization ceremony for new citizens at Thomas Jefferson's home of Monticello that was repeatedly interrupted by protesters who called out "war criminal" and "impeach Bush." ...

"Protesters made it hard to hear President Bush Friday," Fox News reported. According to Virginia's News Leader, "Lee Catlin, community relations director for the Albemarle County, said six protesters were asked to leave the ceremony," but none were arrested...

At his AfterDowningStreet.org website, activist David Swanson... Swanson links to a page devoted to Ohio Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich's 35 Articles of Impeachment against President Bush to explain "why." Kucinich released a July 4th message asking for help in restoring the "rule of law in America." ...

The following video, uploaded to YouTube by Swanson, was credited to S. Johnson and shows footage of Gael Murphy, Desiree Fairooz, and Linda Lisanti, who were at Monticello...

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