Friday, January 12, 2007

Nap Time Over -Impeach Now!

While this winter has felt a lot more like spring in terms of weather, the political climate has felt like one of those ferocious noreasters that I grew up with. All right, Mr. Bush, if you are determined to ignore the voice of Congress, top military advisors, international leaders, and most importantly the American public, then we have no choice but to mobilize the "political public works department" and plow you out of the white house.

I have say to say that I have been pretty depressed the past few days since George Bush's declaration that he is calling for a surge in the number of troops in Iraq. I did a lot of volunteer work during this past election season to ensure that the American people would have a group of senators and representatives in Washington D.C. who opposed the War in Iraq. After the November elections, I was feeling pretty hopeful that this new congress might be able to take America in a new direction. While the congress is trying to move America in a new direction, President Bush is having a political temper tantrum that could kill thousands of more American soldiers and Iraqi civilians.

I feel, at this point, the American people have no choice but to push for impeachment of the entire Bush administration. This is no longer an alternative view. Keith Olbermann of MSNBC articulates clearly, intellingently, and passionately his perspective on President Bush. Watch his report on youtube below.


At 10:21 PM, Anonymous amanda said...


LOL, from Americablog:

Democrats, make it rain subpoenas...

At 7:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I urge you and your readers to take a few minutes and examine:

It's a list of the 25 most recent comments made by real Americans participating in an online poll/letter-writing campaign concerning the impeachment charges recently filed against Vice President Cheney, which are now being evaluated by the House Judiciary Committee. Comments can be sent to elected representatives and local newspapers at your option. The participation page is at:

Since this campaign began, three members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors, in part due to hearing from their constituents. Make your voice heard!


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