As you have probably figured out, I am tired of lefty “political junkies” telling me what we can’t do because “the GOP won’t ever go along” or “voters didn’t do X before, so there’s no reason to expect them to do it now.” You know, silly shit like that. I
Okay, so it's a week before the election, when we finally certify that we're getting rid of the current regime. So why would I bring up impeachment, right? Because it's not enough to simply kick these assholes out of office legitimately. These bastards need to be perp-walked, frog-marched and spend
You know, I really don’t have the obsessive desire to see bush and Cheney frogmarched, wearing orange jumpsuits and chains, that many others have. To me, it’s just the right thing to do, to preserve the system. We have to preserve what we have, and we have to serve notice
Sometimes, you just have to do the right thing. In the last few days, since I wrote my first piece detailing the case for impeachment, I have received a lot of feedback from both sides of the political spectrum, as well as a lot of people known for hugging
From: Panel Holds Two Bush Aides in Contempt – New York Times. The House Judiciary Committee voted today to seek contempt of Congress citations against a top aide to President Bush and a former presidential aide over their refusal to cooperate in an inquiry about the firing of federal prosecutors.
From 2 Bush Aides to Face Contempt Citations – The Huffington Post. Heading toward a separation-of-powers showdown, House Democrats prepared contempt of Congress citations against two White House aides who have refused to comply with subpoenas for information on the abrupt firings of federal prosecutors. The White House has said
by Milt Shook There is something I don’t understand about the current crop of Democrats in Congress. Why are they so reticent to discuss impeachment? And honestly, I think we’re way past the point where discussion of impeachment would be useful. It’s time someone put forth serious articles of impeachment