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11 June 2008 at 6:46 a.m.
The impeachment process against Bush was entered and read on the House floor Monday night with a live read follow-up last night. A vote possibly today or tomorrow to proceed.
One has to ask themselves, “Why no media coverage”?
The reading is 3 hrs. long and yes, I watch both “live”. It's an incredible case with 35 articles….including the Tilmen death.
You can go to cspan.org and view it for yourself. You'll have to since the circus, known as the MSM, “the media,” tv, radio and newspapers, including NPR radio, does it's best to dumb down the American puplic by keeping silent.
11 June 2008 at 7:25 a.m.
It doesn't matter because no one knows the case against him because of no coverage…the way they want it. The sheep are following the wrong sheperd.
The evidence is overwhelming and clear.
11 June 2008 at 7:10 a.m.
It's not getting any coverage because no matter how much Dennis Kucinich wants it to happen, it's not going to. He's wasting his breath and congress's time. His resolution to impeach Cheney last year went nowhere. Pelosi sent it to the Judiciary Committee for a vote and Conyers has sat on it.
11 June 2008 at 8:57 a.m.
I wish the republicans would stand up and force a vote on this to show how spineless this congress is. They are just doing this to take away from the fact that they are a do nothing congress.
But then again the whole congress is spineless not just the dems.
11 June 2008 at 2:25 p.m.
The impeachment process moved forward today with a vote of 251 to 166. 24 Republicans joined all of the Democrates. It's on it's way to the Judiciary Committee. I encourage all of you to view the presentation by Dennis Kicinich. Waxman has signed on to the measure.
Arizona House Senator called for a new investigation of 9/11 yesterday on the senate floor.
11 June 2008 at 2:52 p.m.
It'll go to the Judiciary Committee and never be brought up for a vote. There's not enough time for a house vote or a Senate trial. As much as I dislike George Bush this is just a last-minute attempt to further smear his legacy and quite frankly it's an unneeded waste of taxpayer time and money.
In addition it's nothing more than tit-for-tat partisan infighting and crap like that does nothing to address the issues. It just increases the rancor between the parties and ensures us of more of the same garbage for the next 4 years.
I believe that history will come to judge Bush's legacy in a largely negative light. He'll get high marks for standing resolute for what he believes in but overall his administration will be blasted for it's lack of transparency, meddling in state's rights (Terri Schiavo case), the prosecution of the Iraq War, FEMA's failures in response to Katrina, and the rampant spending that has helped fuel the economy's decline.
11 June 2008 at 8:26 p.m.
I just wish for once that the senate would do the job it was sent to Washington to do. run this country! It's been like two year olds fighting over a toy for too long. I am sick and tired of partisanship and all the other bs. They are not doing their jobs and they all need thrown out! We need someone who wants to work to make this country a better place instead of these self centered idiots.
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