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Not only should all members of this administration be impeached, they should be tried for treason and the laws they made should be void for the citizens of the United States.

The Diebold electronic voting scam should be reinvestigated and brought to charges. A whole review should be done by the American people on past presidents and their policies. If they are not in accordance with the well-being and benefit of citizens, the laws should be made void.

If half the effort that was used in destroying this country was used to fix this country, we could hang all the treasonous rascals and make it to the nearest galaxy in two decades.

Michael Romig, Augusta

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DeborahElliott2
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DeborahElliott2 02/15/08 - 04:36 am
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You, sir, are preaching to

You, sir, are preaching to deaf ears. I will agree that this administration should completely be impeached, but there is not ONE PERSON with guts within our government that will charge King George for any type of crimes, to include that he swore to protect our constitution and failed. He even made some of the laws null and void and has asked Congress to do the same or look away for a while so he can do as he pleases. But if you think our government will charge the King with crimes, you are completely LOST!!!!!

JohnRandolphHardisonCain
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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 02/15/08 - 05:39 am
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There are some sympathetic

There are some sympathetic and responsible members of Congress who are willing to speak out against Bush "administration" illegalities and seek impeachment and/or investigations into Bush's illegal actions. One person proposing impeachment of President George Walker Bush and VP Richard Bruce Cheney is Rep. Robert Wexler. Congressman John Conyers is no shrinking violet either. Investigations into the illegal actions of the Bush "administration" will continue apace until Democrats gain control of The White House and increase their margins in the United States and House of Representatives. Expect the number of investigations to increase with the coming of a new administration and for the momentum of those investigations to reach critical mass. Bush himself may never face criminal prosecution, but his administration and policies will be fully and finally discredited by history and measures will be taken to prevent such capricious abuses of authority from ever happening again. United States has tipped into fascism under this out of control President and acquiescent Congress.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 06:08 am
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That's right....let's bring

That's right....let's bring them up on charges. Who cares that there is no evidence? It doesn't matter that I can't tell you a crime that he committed, nor can I provide any evidence of that crime. It's enough that we hate the man! If we say that he broke the law enough times and say that he lied enough times, then it HAS to be true. To hell with laws that require proof to convict. Isn't hatred enough to convict? Maybe if we used words like fascisim, or regime it will make him seem more evil. God knows I've said it enough times it must be true by now. We need to get vengance for the Impeachment of Clinton!

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 06:09 am
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The preceeding is a parody of

The preceeding is a parody of JohnRandolphHardisonCain, and not meant to confuse. No need to whine about it.......again!

JohnRandolphHardisonCain
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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 02/15/08 - 06:41 am
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I would like to point out the

I would like to point out the individual posting at 6:08 am and 6:09 am is not me but someone using a close approximation of my name for the purpose of ridicule or to confuse Augusta Chronicle readers. This is a disservice to the readers of The Chronicle. This impostor does not have the ability to make his own cogent or salient arguments using his own screen name or real name. He is disrespectful of the rights of Augusta Chronicle readers to the posters on Reader Comments. He has had his comments deleted in the past but does not alter his childish behavior.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 07:09 am
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I would like to point out

I would like to point out that at 6:09 I pointed out that my intent was to parody JohnRandolphHardisonCain, but as usual he ignores anything that he doesn't agree with and continues to post his lunacy. I even used the words "not meant to confuse" but he says that my intent is to confuse. Again....my intent is to ridicule his insane point of view....nothing else. And by the way....posting identical posts on multiple threads is stated as being against the policy of the board, he has clearly done here......word for word.

DonH
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DonH 02/15/08 - 07:31 am
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Charge them. Impeach them.

Charge them. Impeach them. And replace them with whom????

Bizarro
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Bizarro 02/15/08 - 07:37 am
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Seems neither of you have the

Seems neither of you have the ability to make a cogent salient argument!!! If there were any case to be made I am sure more than two Congressmen would rise to the surface. Afterall Congress has rallied trying to make a case against baseball players for performance enhancing hormones. War crimes, treason, etc accusations would most assuredly precipitate some action. I think the problem is that the Dem are complicit so they would have to be prosecuted also. The truth is no one (in their right mind) really believes there is a crime, but it is the accusation and spin that carries political charge and is used to rally the troops. I hope the Dem are not foolish enough to follow such folly and decide to work on fixing problems. Just think of the kangaroo court that would follow of Dem and Rep subpoenas and all the antics of both parties involved. Public record of past comments and actions would drag both Rep and Dem down to a stalemate. If you are a Dem and on the intelligence committee and think something is amiss, then it would be treasonous not to blow the whistle. No one blew any whistles to raise eyebrows. So we air our dirty laundry and that's about it.

doubt_it
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doubt_it 02/15/08 - 07:41 am
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Both Joh(n)s are making fools

Both Joh(n)s are making fools of themselves. What laws did the administration make? I thodugh congress made laws. Is the writer suggesting congress review their laws to determine their legality. Not likely!! What does Diebold have to do with anything. Does the writer claim that Bush wrote the individual state's voting laws? This letter makes the impeach Bush crowd look silly.

christian134
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christian134 02/15/08 - 07:58 am
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This administration is no

This administration is no better or worse than others throughout our short history. No matter who is voted in someone will always find a problem with them. Clinton, Carter, and, oh yes, Lincoln are just a few that come to mind. Point is that we have problems and will continue to have problems that is just the way it is when a country is full of immorality, "give me more" mentality, and seeks to put blame on everyone but themsleves.

Bizarro
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Bizarro 02/15/08 - 08:04 am
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That is correct doubt it.

That is correct doubt it. Either they are disingenuous for propaganda purposes or they really belief it and are most likely in need of psychiatric treatment. Sad ain't it. I dislike Bush also but I see no evidence of a crime. Well no more than Congress and any of his predecessors. With all the distaste and blatant hate for Bush I can't imagine a case wouldn't already be in the works. Congress would be impeaching Bush and not chasing baseball players. Bush's approval is so low I think the majority of Americans would just preclude the hearing and any need of evidence and prosecute him with life imprisonment or the death penalty. Just provide a smoking gun. Oh I know it is just like them WMD's they don't exist.

dani
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dani 02/15/08 - 08:10 am
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Throw out the laws. Make some

Throw out the laws. Make some new ones. Be sure and include one that can be used to hang President Bush. We just want him gone...Who needs justification. He doesn't deserve justice. ,,,>SHEEsH!!!!What a lot of Liberal dog-doo.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 08:31 am
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Charge them with what?

Charge them with what?

He_Who_Must_Not_Be_Named
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He_Who_Must_Not_Be_Named 02/15/08 - 08:53 am
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There is just no point in

There is just no point in trying to debate little stubborn things like FACTS or LOGIC with the author of this LTE or Cain, or any of the rest of this Bush lied about everything crowd. You can point out all day long that the democrats had access to the same intelligence and drew the same conclusion that war was necessary but it doesn't mater. You can point out that Bush isn't a powerful wizard and can't really create a hurricane or direct it to where only black people live. You can point out the fact that if Bush is as dumb as they say...and had his dad get him into all those fancy Ivy League schools, there is no way he could have masterminded the Sept 11 attacks. You can say that there is in fact a need to listen to terrorists phone calls so we can find out when and where they plan to attack us (but I guess that would be cheating or something). They just don't live in reality. You all have fun in wonderland where Bush will hang from the tallest tree you can find and Dennis Kucinich will shoot Cheney in the face with a shotgun. Unfortunately for you, my delusional friends...it will never happen.

PLAYLIKETHUNDER4
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PLAYLIKETHUNDER4 02/15/08 - 09:01 am
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this is for the idiot who

this is for the idiot who continually "parodies" the real JRHC....besides the fact that you make no intelligent contirution to the post string, besides the fact no one elected you "posting police", besides the fact that the old "parody" routine has been done ad nauseum....i'm simply gonna say i don't like you.
mr. cain has as much right to his opinions and thought s as you do to your lack thereof......why don't you do the readership a favor and take up a hobby,say needle point,scrapbooking,catching flies,glass eating...anything but showing your total lack of intelligence on this board.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 09:05 am
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Cain's rantings and baseless

Cain's rantings and baseless accusations have also been done ad nauseum. He has been asked on numerous occasions for one scrap of evidence for his accusations and has failed every time to provide any.....just more hate. If I tick people off to the point that they feel they must insult my intellect....which they know nothing about, then I must be doing a good job.

johnsmith
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johnsmith 02/15/08 - 09:07 am
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"the laws they made should be

"the laws they made should be void for the citizens of the United States." Idiot. "The administration" doesn't make laws, you brainless nutcase. You need to adjust your tinfoil hat. "The Diebold electronic voting scam should be reinvestigated" The big push for electronic voting came after bedwetting nanny-staters got their diapers in a wad because some typical Democrat voters in FL were too dang stupid to know how to push a stick through a piece of paper. The resulting investigations, proving that even IF every single alleged "discard" had been counted, Bush would have won, did not satisfy those thumb-suckers, and thus we got the "ballot method CRISIS."(not sure if Cain and shivas were out of diapers at that point; if so, I'm sure they're remember crying and whining about this issue) The phrase "hoist on your own petard" leaps to mind, IF it were true that there were anything to the "Diebold scam," which there isn't.

johnsmith
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johnsmith 02/15/08 - 09:08 am
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"A whole review should be

"A whole review should be done by the American people" Ah, yes, let's get "the American people" right on that. Now, let's see, some of us are busy working to pay for welfare for lazy no-goods, so WHO could POSSIBLY take on this task? Hey! How about Hillary? After all, she's the smartest person who ever, ever lived, and it looks like she's about to have PLENTY OF TIME ON HER HANDS... Oh, wait, you said "the American people" should do this, and it's becoming increasingly clear that Hillary doesn't come anywhere close to representing even a slight majority of the moonbat subset of the American people represented by the writer of this LTE.

johnsmith
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johnsmith 02/15/08 - 09:12 am
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You know, one thing makes me

You know, one thing makes me proud to be a conservative--not a "republican," mind, but a conservative--: you never see this kind of mindless drivel from a conservative. We do not whine and moan about things. We DO damn things, but damning things is a perfectly respectable activity for a fully functional, grown-up human being. But you don't see us snivel and whine and wet ourselves like Mr. Romig, here. When we thought that Bill Clinton was a criminal (you know, 'cause he was a criminal), we let our reps know that we expected a bill of impeachment. Did he get convicted? No, but neither did OJ. Any system can fail. The point is, we didn't whine, we wrote reasonable letters to our reps and motivated them to gather evidence, which they did, and which they then pursued. You know: like grown-ups.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 09:33 am
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another method is to

another method is to continuously say things like "he lied" or "the war is illegal" until, perhaps people start to believe it. No evidence is necessary. Repeat a lie enough and people start to believe....that's a fact.

Chuchi
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Chuchi 02/15/08 - 10:43 am
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It seems to me that the

It seems to me that the solution is quite simple. Have you ever heard the old saying, "If you don't vote you can't complain?" Well, I think that JohnRandolphHardisonCain and Michael Romig ought to take it a step further, since I assume they are active voters. Both gentlemen should run for public office, perhaps even Congress, and once elected they can fix everything that is wrong with our nation. I am not being sarcastic here. Talk is cheap. If you are going to complain then become part of the solution and fix the problems.

christian134
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christian134 02/15/08 - 10:45 am
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You people sit here and spout

You people sit here and spout on about trivial things when all should be worried about the "soft" acts of terror that are becoming more prevalent on our soil. We are wide open to these acts, start praying and stop sniping at each other. Our President is our President and there is nothing you or anyone can do about it right now. Support our troops, keep your eyes and ears open for mass killings which I believe are being supported by terrorist from the mid-east. Worry about things you have some control like the up-coming election and the fearsome reality that we could possible have another Clinton or two in office or an Obama who has no experience at all and is about as liberal as they come...Now that is something to worry about....

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 10:47 am
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Don't count on

Don't count on JohnRandolphHardisonCain EVER putting his money where his mouth is. He once said he would embed with the troops and report from Iraq....but that turned out to be a bluff.....or by HIS OWN standards, a lie.

dani
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dani 02/15/08 - 10:54 am
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A Cain. I like your posts.

A Cain. I like your posts.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 10:55 am
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Just attempting to keep O

Just attempting to keep O Cain honest.....a daunting task.

jack
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jack 02/15/08 - 11:24 am
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DElliott, the idiot that

DElliott, the idiot that wrote the letter needs some mental health counseling as obviously you do as well. Can either of you specifically list the "high crimes and misdemeanors" that Bush or anyone else in his admin have been charged with or can be charged with? I was not aware that taking the necessary steps to protect this country and it's constitution, which he has damn sure syuccessfully done, was a crime or a misdemeanor. The DIMs whould be the ones thrown out of office for allowing those laws that have protected us to expire while they are on vacation. Hell, you DIMs are in control of the House, so why not impeach Bush, Cheney or anyone else that they accuse of committing "high crimes and misdemeanors", (impeachable offenses according to the Constitution) other than they don't want to get any more crap on their faces than they already have.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 11:28 am
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It's that darn little

It's that darn little inconvenient thing called evidence that stops them jack......all they have is accusations. The worst part is that some of the accusations are for things that aren't even against the law! If you hate the president and his policies.....just say that they are illegal! Seems to work for some.

JohnRandolphHardisonCain
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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 02/15/08 - 11:32 am
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Manipulating intelligence and

Manipulating intelligence and lying to Congress both in the runup to the Iraq war and since is an impeachable offense. So is obstruction of justice in the firing of 9 U.S. Attorneys and the disappearance of White House emails relating to the outing of Valerie Plame as a covert CIA agent. Just yesterday the House of Representatives passed resolutions against Josh Bolton and Harriet Miers for contempt of Congress. That is just a cursory list of impeachable offenses. It goes on and on. Misspending money in Iraq ($9 billion in cash missing) is another offense as is the most serious charge of crimes against humanity. George W. Bush lied this country into an illegal war. He is responsible for the deaths of more innocent people than either Saddam Hussein or Idi Amin.

jack
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jack 02/15/08 - 11:33 am
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Playlikethunder, John Cain

Playlikethunder, John Cain makes a hell of a lot more sense than John Cain ever will and I enjoy his parodies of the other Cain's idiocies he posts here and the AC forums (he is an excellent cut and paster). However, to do so IS a violation of the TOS f the AC for this and the AC forums to do s0. I believe YOU are the one who needs to take up needlepoint or knitting and leave these fora to thse of us with intelligence.

JonR
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JonR 02/15/08 - 11:38 am
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See....just say that he lied.

See....just say that he lied. That's all it takes. No evidence required. Just say that the war is illegal.....you don't have to state what law it violates.....maybe we can retroactively pass one. Why on Earth hasn't congress started impeachment yet? They have the "liar liar pants on fire" argument.

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