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BUSH Impeachment Talk Getting Louder...

As already reported, many powerful conservatives are becoming ever more disconcerted with this President
and his 'perpetually' corrupt administration. And now, even the President's lies are finally catching up to him.

However, there still exists some pockets of brain dead Democrats who can't bring themselves to do the right thing.
Why am I not surprised?

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12003304/
Dems split as impeachment whispers get louder
Some see anti-Bush movement as distracting from key issues, boosting GOP
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This is by far the weakest democratic leadership I have ever had the displeasure of witnessing in all my
4 decades. And the most corrupt group of conservatives I've ever seen.

I fear that as a nation, we've completely blown it as world leaders.
We've invaded a sovereign nation based on a plethora of lies.
We've handed over Congressional power to a madman [Bush]
We've re-elected an imperialist [read PNAC Doctrine]
There is a noticeably stark absence of opposition to the Republicans.
Politicians fear what this administration's power.
We are embroiled in a 'no-win-duo-war-quagmire' with no exit strategy and a refusal to cut our extensive loses.
Hello rock ( no win - Iraq War)... let me introduce you to hard place (can't get involved or take sides - Civil War)
The American People are split between a [government induced] fear of terrorist attacks, and an inability to
separate fact from fiction.

I made a prediction last year that the Republicans will retain the 2008 Presidency, while the Democrats will gain seats
in the Congress. The Democrats will not, however, gain control of either the House or the Senate; and wield very little
power or influence.

Americans are in for a very long...cold... hard... moral leadership drought.

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JUST DISAPPOINTED IN AMERICA'S MISSED OPPORTUNITIES.

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i am now officially depressed.
thanks a lot Ree Vee.
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i am now officially depressed.
thanks a lot Ree Vee.
Sorry. But at least you don't have to be depressed alone.

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So why don't Democrats do anything?

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i am now officially depressed.
thanks a lot Ree Vee.
I know, this ruined my hopes of having a great few years to come

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So why don't Democrats do anything?
Because they only know how to point out the problems

^^ this was actually said by Gavin Newsom, the San Francisco Mayor who's a Democrat. He said that's the biggest problem with his party

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Bush and the Republicans are directly or indirectly responsible for 90% of problems on earth
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So why don't Democrats do anything?
Oh let's see...how shall I put it...?

Okay, I've got it. Here's an example of what's got me pissed & depressed about the Dems:

Senator Russ Feingold (Dem) - introduced a resolution to censure the President, on March 13, 2006, for authorizing the no-warrant domestic surveillance program. Bush clearly broke the law, and admitted it. The law clearly states that you must have a court order to spy on Americans. The President says he doesn't need one and won't get one.
He is changing the law of the land [the Constitution] on-the-fly, AND misleading Congress and the American people in the process.
http://feingold.senate.gov/~feingold...3/2006313.html
http://www.feingold.senate.gov/state...3/2006316.html
And what do we hear...?
Bearly a peep.

This was an opportunity for ALL Democrats to galvanize and demonstrate their unity in at least limiting that traitor in the White House.
In fact, Bush should be IMPEACHED!!
But just look at the Democratic response...http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12003304/
Censure...Impeachment...it doesn't matter.
These Democrats can't agree on anything!

God, there's so much more, but it's just too depressing to even post.

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It's dumb if you ask me...he's been lying and being an overall shitface for a few years now and he does something that republicans don't like and NOW they're crying about it.
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Hahahahahaha...he's not getting impeached...

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Oh let's see...how shall I put it...?

Okay, I've got it. Here's an example of what's got me pissed & depressed about the Dems:

Senator Russ Feingold (Dem) - introduced a resolution to censure the President, on March 13, 2006, for authorizing the no-warrant domestic surveillance program. Bush clearly broke the law, and admitted it. The law clearly states that you must have a court order to spy on Americans. The President says he doesn't need one and won't get one.
He is changing the law of the land [the Constitution] on-the-fly, AND misleading Congress and the American people in the process.
http://feingold.senate.gov/~feingold...3/2006313.html
http://www.feingold.senate.gov/state...3/2006316.html
And what do we hear...?
Bearly a peep.

This was an opportunity for ALL Democrats to galvanize and demonstrate their unity in at least limiting that traitor in the White House.
In fact, Bush should be IMPEACHED!!
But just look at the Democratic response...http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12003304/
Censure...Impeachment...it doesn't matter.
These Democrats can't agree on anything!

God, there's so much more, but it's just too depressing to even post.
ReeVee your smilies are making me They're so emotional.

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Honestly there is no way he'll get impeached. Not only do they not have the votes, but it would make the democrats look AWFUL for the upcoming elections. While the electorate isn't that much of a fan of Georgey right now, this would come off far far far too liberal, and the Democrats simply can't risk that.

If the Democrats lose the 2008 election, then there is something horribly wrong with the party. That would make 3 elections in a row that they choked.

They shouldn't even have this problem. George should still be in Texas. He should've never won in the first place. And I'm a republican.

The democrats are just too stupid to use whats in front of them to win anything. Like that guy said, they can't point out problems just fine, they just don't know what to do afterwards.
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Bush and the Republicans are directly or indirectly responsible for 90% of problems on earth
Hilarious.

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Honestly there is no way he'll get impeached. Not only do they not have the votes, but it would make the democrats look AWFUL for the upcoming elections. While the electorate isn't that much of a fan of Georgey right now, this would come off far far far too liberal, and the Democrats simply can't risk that.
Which is what I find the overall problem to be with both parties.
The conservatives won't impeach their boy because they enjoy their position of power, regardless of who suffers or the degree of lies told. Hell, even the Constitution was openly disrespected. Just reading posts from the conservatives on this board is indicative of the what the mass majority of Republicans think--- they don't care about the lies, deceit, Constitutional abuses, abuses of power, executive level corruption, judiciary wrangling, outing of their own CIA personnel, allotment of massive funding towards an unwinnable war [as well as a nation embroiled in civil war], the elevation of personal desires above the needs of the nation, the bastardization of the federal laws, etcetera, etcetera...
The Democrats believe that impeachment is a distraction, and censure simply reflects the polarization of politics. And yet they do little more than vote right along with the Republicans as if everything is just fine.
They are weak, ineffective, and devoid of any plans or meaningful compromises.

Impeachment would certainly not make the Democrats look bad. Doing and saying nothing about the rampant Republican corruption makes the Democrats look bad. Near silence in the face of historic level corruption makes the Democrats look bad.
And since when was battling immoral and corrupt officials a purely 'liberal' act? I'm sorry but I just don't understand that. Have things gotten so bad that crimes committed by federal executives go unpunished? Are you saying that the Executive Branch [and friends thereof] is/are above the law?
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If the Democrats lose the 2008 election, then there is something horribly wrong with the party. That would make 3 elections in a row that they choked.
But we really don't need another election to tell us what we know today. This administration's own Congressional party members are publicly stating dissatisfaction with their leader's recent decisions. The warrant-less spying and the UAE port deals are excellent examples.
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They shouldn't even have this problem. George should still be in Texas. He should've never won in the first place. And I'm a republican.
Agreed. But honestly, SMM, you represent less than a handful of conservatives on this board who feels this way. This is one reason why I respect your views. At least you are not afraid to call it the way it really is.
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The democrats are just too stupid to use whats in front of them to win anything. Like that guy said, they can't point out problems just fine, they just don't know what to do afterwards.
Too true. After the 2004 elections, I have to admit that I didn't know what the hell had happened. A democratic win should have been an afterthought. Yet our boy laid down and played dead. Just incredible.
I just don't get what's going on up there on Capitol Hill.

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ReeVee your smilies are making me They're so emotional.
Didn't mean to you make you feel sad TF. It's just that I've been studying this 'sleepwalking' public for years now, and the deeper I dig, the more asleep they appear. And I can't determine what it would take to wake the people up.

Bush in dug in there like a mad blood sucking TICK! And even his own party can't control him or the corruption washing over their party.

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