Monday, May 08, 2006

Impeach Bush... No, wait... Cheney?
Heck, let's impeach 'em all! It'll be a good ole' impeachment fiesta. Check out this article. I'm not sure I've heard of anything quite so loony in my life. Of course, it would be great if they became more and more vocal about impeachement... at least from my perspective.
We need as many people as possible – including those terrified by Cheney – to push for an impeachment investigation.
Uhhh... terrified of a 65 year old man with a (albeit minor) heart condition? I suppose he COULD crush you with the power of his mind. That's pretty terrifying.
Polls suggest it will be very difficult to win elections without demanding impeachment.
Absolutely! So start chanting it now, loud and proud! Seriously! It's not just the loons, all the libs should start a nationwide chant for impeachment that gets louder leading up to election day!
"…the next question [was] why Congressional Democrats have refused to introduce Articles of Impeachment. Luckily Rep. Maxine Waters was on the panel, and she described discussions we had earlier this year, which led her to propose impeaching Cheney first. That discussion was sidetracked when Sen. Russ Feingold introduced his Censure Resolution, but the refusal of most Senate Democrats to back Feingold appears to have convinced Waters to move ahead with her idea. And of course we will support Waters 1000% if she does."

1000 percent? Is that all? She'll be a national hero. No. Scratch that. She'll be an international hero. We'll need to add a Maxine Waters Day to our calendars, celebrating the day on which she placed the first stone in the edifice of a rebuilt democracy by introducing articles of impeachment against Richard Cheney.
There they go again... drifting off into the land of flowery meadows, rainbow skies, and rivers made of chocolate.

So there you have it, the Democrats plan for 2006 should be to focus on getting Maxine Waters Day added to our calendars.

I wonder if they'll have the following quote from NRO on the calendar:
There were a good number of “Say What” moments at the March this weekend. Some of the most telling were at the pre-rally the night before, filled with music and ranting aimed at modern-day bra-burner wannabe college students and their nostalgic feminist mothers. One of the most bizarre though, came from Maxine Waters. After sending a civil message to the president (George W Bush, go to hell! And while you’re at it, we want you to take Ashcroft with you. And don’t forget Rumsfeld. And please carry along Condi Rice.”), Waters told the rallied, “I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion.”

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