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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Enough Is Enough

How much longer are the American people going to let the current criminals in the White House and their enablers in Congress continue to screw them over? If these same deceptive, illegal and treasonous acts had occured during the Clinton years, ol' Bill would be rotting in a prison cell right now and it wouldn't be cigars we was smoking.

I'm hopeful that the makeup of Congress will change in the upcoming election (the current polls seem to be going our way). But I'm also just as cynical that nothing will change. The opposition has a lot of money to spend and a lot of time left to find the perfect negative marketing campaign that works best to scare us into voting for our own bondage and servitude. And speaking of bondage and servitude, they apparently have God on their side as well.

But if Congress does go our way, I think we need to push the "I" word big time. If Congress can hold an impeachment trial over Clinton's fib about his sex life, then it is nothing short of a national disgrace if it can't manage the same for this president, with all the mounting evidence implicating Bush in crimes against not only the Iraqis but the American people as well.

To help create the impeachment buzz, I would like to direct your attention to the ITMFA website. The "IT" stands for "Impeach The". The "A" at the end is for "Already". I'll let you try to figure out the "MF" in the middle. A few hints. It's not "Moderate Fibber" or "Mindless Fundie".

P.S. I don't intend to do a lot of direct Bush bashing on this site. Not that I don't despise the giggling murderer any more than the rest of you. It's just that there are so many blogs out there that already do it way better than I ever could.


Blogger Delta said...

I totally agree with you. It's absolutely ridiculous that there aren't impeachment proceedings going on right now. They won't even censure the bastard! And with the mounting evidence about how he wanted to invade Iraq regardless, the torture scandals, etc, he should be on trial for war crimes. Pile ontop of that illegal wiretapping of Americans and a mindnumbingly horrible job with Katrina. It's scary to think about how much a leader can get away with and still not even get the slightest slap on the wrist.

Wed Mar 29, 08:33:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Bruce said...

Thanks for your comments delta. I'm hoping that it has gotten so bad now that even most of the Bushies out there can begin to see just how awful things have become. If not, I'm really dreading just how much lower we have to sink before it starts to get better.

Wed Mar 29, 09:09:00 PM 2006  

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