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Activists Call for Impeachment
Actor Rene Auberjonois (left), speaks at the World Can't Wait
event on Wednesday.
By CRISTINA PEÑA 02.AUG.07
The organization The World Can’t Wait launched
a nationwide campaign on July 25 called “Declare It Now: Wear Orange To Drive
Out the Bush Regime” in several major cities, including West Hollywood, Chicago,
New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco. The campaign’s mission urges the
country to show visible and vocal support for the impeachment of President
George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney by wearing orange bandanas and
Calls for Impeachment Raised to Orange Level
photo by Amy Lyons
Actor Rene Auberjonois (left) reads a statement by “World Can’t Wait”, flanked by
hooded actors who symbolize prisoners in Guantanamo Bay.
BY AMY LYONS
August 2, 2007
Orange was the
color of the day at a July 27 press conference held in West Hollywood to kick
off the “Declare It Now – Wear Orange!” campaign, an effort to call for the
impeachment of President George Bush and Vice President Richard Cheney.
Volunteers at The Los Angeles.
Karl Rove Disrupted in LA
When Rove was making reference that he comes from an immigrant family (Norway), an asian woman stood up at one of the tables where conference attendants were seated with a poster from an anti-war organization "World Can't Wait" to shout at the speaker that the Bush Regime must disappear.