Don't hesitate; impeach Bush now

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Please don't give George Bush the chance to pardon himself and his cronies before he leaves office. He needs to be impeached, and now. The citizens of the United States deserve to see their leaders bear the responsibility for their actions while in office. The Congress wasted no time bringing impeachment proceedings against Bill Clinton, and Mr. Bush deserves no less.

William Corley

Edgefield, S.C.

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factchecker
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factchecker 11/23/08 - 06:00 am
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Get over it Corley. Even when

Get over it Corley. Even when they impeached Clinton it didn't do anything to harm him. He ended up being able to flaunt that he had such a young woman service him in the Oval Office. Did you see how much money he and Shrillery made on their last books?

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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 11/23/08 - 06:53 am
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I fully expect President

I fully expect President Barack Obama to pardon George Walker Bush & Richard Bruce Cheney "to help this nation move beyond this difficult period & begin to heal" - the same rationale that President Gerald Ford used to pardon Richard Milhous Nixon. I disagree with these likely pardons. Until United States faces the fact that the Bush/Cheney regime is not only incompetent but criminal it cannot move ahead united. The American people must be made aware & the U.S. government must acknowledge the crimes committed by President George W. Bush & Vice President Richard B. Cheney. Official apologies & restitution for the illegal acts they ordered & the harm they caused are in order. Legal issues will hound Bush & Cheney for the rest of their natural lives. President-elect Barack Obama is neither a revolutionary nor a socialist. He is a mainstream Establishment politician. That is why I am confident he will not allow prosecution of Bush & Cheney for ordering or condoning torture, illegal imprisonment, intentionally lying to Congress, manufacturing bogus intelligence & killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people in unnecessary, unjust, immoral, illegal, unwinnable wars of aggression.

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PTHS225 11/23/08 - 07:29 am
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Another TOASTER

Another TOASTER

Trouble1
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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 07:36 am
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someone tell me what crimes

someone tell me what crimes bush/cheney have committed

rbk
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rbk 11/23/08 - 07:47 am
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You Bush haters need to get

You Bush haters need to get over it and get on with life. You got the man that you wanted elected, so be happy! Bush has made mistakes, but so have everybody else that have been in that office. Mistakes are a part of being human, not God. If Bush has done something worthy of impeachment, than Lyndon Banes Johnson should have been impeached a half dozen times for all the things he did, including all the lies. My regret is that as a young man voting for the first time in my life, I was so uninformed and naive that I voted for him instead of Barry Goldwater. You whiners seem to forget (or maybe you don't care) that the terrorists killed many innocent people in the premeditated murders caused by their 911 plane crashes.

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JesusIsComing 11/23/08 - 07:49 am
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Bring it on!

Bring it on!

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patriciathomas 11/23/08 - 07:54 am
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Another silly LTE from a

Another silly LTE from a silly member of the silly party. America has room for them all. It's too bad the get to vote.

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HotFoot 11/23/08 - 07:59 am
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"Too bad they get to vote",

"Too bad they get to vote", eh, PT? Well, you should be relieved that there are no poll tests, because if every prospective voter had been tested for IQ, current events knowledge, and basic literacy before this last election, McCain-Palin would have gotten about 15% of the vote.

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white_trash 11/23/08 - 08:00 am
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This is one of the main

This is one of the main problems in DC now, trying to make the "other" party look bad. Stop the school yard antics and do what you were hired to do............run the country!!!!!

JohnRandolphHardisonCain
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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 11/23/08 - 08:05 am
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"Trouble", in response to

"Trouble", in response to your 6:30 am post: George Walker Bush and Richard Bruce Cheney manufactured bogus intelligence and knowingly lied to Congress. They manufactured bogus intelligence by creating a special office inside the Pentagon headed by neoconservative Douglas Feith with the title "Office of Special Plans" (OSP). Bush & Cheney then took this cooked intelligence and knowingly lied to Congress and the American people. Knowingly lying to Congress is a crime. It is an impeachable offense. President Bush also authorized the use of torture. That is an impeachable offense. President-elect Barack Obama has already indicated that an investigation into charges that President Bush authorized the use of torture will not not pursued by his administration. President Obama will likely allow a white washing of Bush/Cheney regime crimes, and if push come to shove will likely pardon George Walker Bush and Richard Bruce Cheney of any and all crimes "in order to move United States beyond this present turmoil and promote national healing." In other words, Bush & Cheney will not be held accountable for their crimes.

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JohnRandolphHardisonCain 11/23/08 - 08:10 am
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(cont'd) The American people

(cont'd) The American people will not be forced to come to terms with the illegal wars being waged in their name, and the doomed U.S./NATO mission in Afghanistan will continue to bleed this country dry - in blood and in red ink.

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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 08:11 am
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john, i would like to see

john, i would like to see your proof that they made everything up, exactly how do you know what they "knew" to be a lie, can you read minds????

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white_trash 11/23/08 - 08:14 am
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JRHC, didn't the Clinton

JRHC, didn't the Clinton administration say that there were WMD's, serious and credible threats against the US, etc...... or did you forget that?????

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patriciathomas 11/23/08 - 08:15 am
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Trouble, the "made everything

Trouble, the "made everything up" concept is a projection of the JRHC mindset. Check some of his archive.

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factchecker 11/23/08 - 08:15 am
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John - you forgot to put on

John - you forgot to put on your tin hat again this morning.

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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 08:16 am
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granted some of the

granted some of the information was untrue, but if they did not know it to be untrue at the time that they presented it to congress, then it is not a lie, they were misled just as congress was.

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patriciathomas 11/23/08 - 08:17 am
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Yeah, midwest, I'll bet NPR

Yeah, midwest, I'll bet NPR really has a lot of facts to back that really smart idea up, don't they?

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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 08:18 am
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PT, is someone elses "mind

PT, is someone elses "mind set" an impeachable offence for the president of the united states??? if so, i think we can get obama impeached before he ever takes office.............

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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 08:23 am
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obama lied during the

obama lied during the campagin with all that "change you can believe in" crap, unless what he believes in is the clinton administration.............i guess you cant call it lies if he never really defined the "change" he was planning................

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Bizarro 11/23/08 - 08:24 am
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The Democrats can't even

The Democrats can't even impeach Bush who worldwide has the reputation of satan incarnate. Now you expect them to solve the economy and other problems!!!! What a bunch of yahoos.

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factchecker 11/23/08 - 08:24 am
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John some useful advice for

John some useful advice for you - "I use only the finest Reynolds Wrap (tm) for my hats. Heavy duty, oven-tempered (for flexible strength!) Reynolds Wrap. (If it's owned by some Al Qaeda hanger-on, I don't want to know it.) It would be better, of course, to use hematite, but that stuff's expensive." http://furyblog.blogspot.com/2004/11/tin-foil-hats.html

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shamrock 11/23/08 - 08:29 am
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William Corely ... another

William Corely ... another example of a person who fails to think before they hit "Send" (or licked that stamp) to avoid looking completely stupid.

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wribbs 11/23/08 - 08:32 am
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You better think about what

You better think about what impeaching Bush means, Cheney would be President. That would probably drive all the idiots insane.

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Trouble1 11/23/08 - 08:33 am
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they want to impeach both of

they want to impeach both of them, and make polosi predisent..............

Bizarro
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Bizarro 11/23/08 - 08:41 am
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Cain what you mean to

Cain what you mean to say-rather than your ridiculous fallacious argument is: After 43 hearings the Dems were unable to pin an impeachable offense on the Pres and VP so no impeachment hearings will proceed. Try telling the truth rather than misinformation and being such a liar.

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factchecker 11/23/08 - 08:43 am
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Or maybe not John - "Tests

Or maybe not John - "Tests carried out by MIT students have found that tin foil hats actually amplify 'government mind control' signals sent at frequencies which match those allocated to the US government. Several hat designs were looked at and "a 30 db amplification at 2.6 Ghz and a 20 db amplification at 1.2 Ghz, regardless of the position of the antenna on the cranium" was found. The students suggest that the government itself may have spread the rumour that the hats protect individuals from incomming transmissions in order to enhance their mind control programme." http://www.shortnews.com/start.cfm?id=51193

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factchecker 11/23/08 - 08:44 am
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To wear a tin hat or not to

To wear a tin hat or not to wear a tin hat - that is the question.

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white_trash 11/23/08 - 08:45 am
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JRHC, on the Afganistan

JRHC, on the Afganistan issue. You were one of the biggest supporters of Obama, did you look at his plan for Afganistan. He plans to seen 2 more additional combat brigades. My source, the Obama/Biden 08 website. So, is inaugurated on Jan 20, so the impeachment proceedings should begin on Jan 21, for the support of an illegal and unjust war. Correct????

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Bizarro 11/23/08 - 08:46 am
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Remember Tom Terrific worn a

Remember Tom Terrific worn a tin hat-well it was a funnel but same idea. What everh happened to his mighty dog Manfred.

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factchecker 11/23/08 - 08:52 am
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Yes John I am coming around

Yes John I am coming around and seeing your point of view on this illegal war thing. It is actually a little too late to complete impeachment proceedings on Bush/Chaney before they leave office but there is plenty of time to start them on Obama for sending more troops into an unjust and illegal war. Yes your ideas are beginning to become clearer and clearer. Thanks for pointing that out white trash.

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