Former President George H.W. Bush said it best when he called those who reveal the identities of covert agents "the most insidious of traitors." In reviewing testimony from the Scooter Libby trial, there's simply no question that Libby acted at the direction of his superiors when he leaked Valerie Plame's identity to multiple reporters. Libby worked, of course, directly for the Vice President.
The exposure of Plame's identity as a CIA agent almost certainly has had severe consequences for everyone she worked with overseas in trying to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction. The loss of these assets and networks has done immeasurable harm to our country's security. Dick Cheney is directly responsible for that harm.
Mr. Cheney has also:
* systematically deceived Congress and the citizens of the United States regarding the potential threat of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq;
* repeatedly threatened aggression against Iran, in violation of the United Nations charter, a treaty which the U.S. has signed and is thus -- according to our Constitution -- the supreme law of the land.
These last three charges form the basis of House Resolution 333, Articles of Impeachment against Dick Cheney, introduced by Representative Kucinich of Ohio. As of late June 2007, fourteen members of Congress have signed on to H.R. 333. Ask your representative to sign on as a co-sponsor.