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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Kucinich presents Bush impeachment articles

An Ohio Democratic lawmaker and former presidential candidate has presented articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush to Congress.

Thirty-five articles were presented by Rep. Dennis Kucinich to the House of Representatives late Monday evening, airing live on C-SPAN.

Read all about it here because you won't read about it in the mainstream media, which is in bed with Bush and his crew.


  1. Even Kuncinich's own party has turned their back on his antics:

    "By 251-166, House members dispatched the measure to a committee on Wednesday — a procedure often used to kill legislation.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi long ago declared the prospects for impeachment proceedings "off the table."

    It is usually considered bad form to go after the Commander In Chief when politically your own party voted for the current events as well.



  2. For starters, "consider the source" is applicable whenever Kuncinich opens his mouth. Even members of his own party roll their eyes at the mention of his name. If they truly had the evidence to impeach Bush, it would of been done a long time ago. They just let their "crazy uncle Kucinich" come out and propose this sort of stuff to keep the far left stirred up, donations up, and thinking they care about them when they have no intention of doing a darn thing for them.

    Then let's see....

    "Read all about it here because you won’t read about it in the mainstream media, which is in bed with Bush and his crew"

    Kind of hard for them to be in bed with Bush when all they do is spend all day attacking him or (their new pet agenda) propping up and giving pass after pass to Obama on things that they would crucify a republican for. Credibility of such a statement crumbles fast, especially when it was all over the news for at least 2 days. Saddens me to see a someone from a state I consider my "2nd home" making such statements.

    If you really want change up there in DC, both parties need to fear for their jobs as they are both equally useless beyond deflecting attention off themselves and hoping you have a short memory. IMHO.


  3. Poor ole dubba-ya... Has there been a recent President who hasn't been threatened with the same ?? Yup, he's been a major embarassment.. but c'mon Stan! To say that he's in bed with the media... is like saying that McCain will benefit more than Obama from the liberal press. It just ain't so!