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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Kucinich tries impeachment, again

This is getting more than pathetic. We can understand the seething nature of Democrats, and their desire to do the "We'll do you one better" sort of attitude they seem to have, but Dennis Kucinich's incessant obsession to impeach the president and vice president is starting to reach proportions that makes Ron Paul supporters look well-adjusted:

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) introduced 35 articles of impeachment against President Bush on Monday night, reading the resolution into the Congressional Record.

Kucinich, who unsuccessfully sought the Democratic presidential nomination this year, unveiled a litany of alleged illegal and improper acts by Bush, including war crimes.

Kucinich has introduced a similar impeachment resolution against Vice President Cheney. That resolution was referred to the House Judiciary Committee, which has taken no action on the measure. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other top House Democratic leaders have stated that there will be no consideration of impeachment proceedings against Bush, calling the idea "off the table."

Kucinich and other liberal Democrats, including Rep. Robert Wexler (D-Fla.), have sought the removal of the current administration, arguing that Bush and Cheney have lied to Congress and the American public about the reasons for invading Iraq in 2003 and abused their offices in order to conduct the "War on Terror" following the 9/11 attacks.

Memo to the lemmings waiting for the mothership to arrive: The president didn't lie. He didn't, honestly. Jay Rockefeller can't prove it. Neither can they. If they actually had something on "Chimpy McBushitler" they would have already presented the articles, and impeached him. Funny how the need for evidence, proof, and facts keep standing in their way, huh?

And they might actually want to speak with their "leader" because she says that the party's not forcing this issue before President Bush leaves office. Get a clue, already, all right? Impeachment's not going to happen, so all you moonbats can go back the belfry where you belong. We caught President Clinton in a lie. And despite the meme you run, it wasn't about sex. It was about three specific crimes: lying to a grand jury, submitting a false affidavit to a federal judge, and suborning perjury. President Bush did none of these, nor did he lie about the intelligence in hand that pointed to Iraq being the threat it was. Get over yourselves already.

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