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MSNBC: 86% of Americans want Bush impeached

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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 06:49 AM
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originally posted by thermopolis
errr, I am a "diehard" conservative and I want the moron impeached for being too liberal! For not bombing Iraq into the stoneage, for not shooting illegals on sight, for not revoking the FCC liscense of all major media. He lied about being conservative, so throw the bum OUT. I want Cheney or better yet RUMMY!


They are all socialist (liberalism to the extreme)--the whole crew (google your neo-conservatist). PNAC is already fully in charge of the government. That crap you smell coming from Washington aint just on Dubya's breath. These are internationalist/ globalist/socialist that could care-less about the United States of America and her democracy--why do you think the major thinker behind the doctrine you support, Paul Wolfowitz, is sitting in a plush leather chair over at the World Bank? It aint cause he bleeds red, white, and blue. Because the long term goal has always been lead the people toward world government in incriminates. Impeach G-Dub? For what? You'd be better off putting a Band-Aid on a person suffering from a heart attack. We've got a thousand G-Dub's in this country just waiting to get the tap to take his place.

Ah, have your phony conservatism.




posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 06:58 AM
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Saphronia,

Just let me interject here and ask you: You're willing to settle for anything?
By the sounds of your writings, they're all the same, so what difference does it make?

That is whats wrong with this country today.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 07:03 AM
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Originally posted by dgtempe


I dont know about the rest of you, I'm not Anti-Republican. Some examples are Ronald Raegan. I liked him. I've been told he was no good, and i tend to defend him.
For some reason this is still looked upon as Democratic/Republican bashing.
Its not.
Its the bashing of an incompetent lying president, and incompetence all around him that is the point.

I hope and pray he is impeached and tossed out of the WH, dog and all, in the middle of the night.
Now, if they found a Republican who COULD run the country, i wouldnt have any problem with that. It would have to be one outside of his circle of friends. Nothing else would do for me.

As far as polls, they DO give you an idea of what is going on. Were it the other way around, and MSNBC had Bush high up on the polls, all you Bush-adoring people would be posting it here with no problem.


Wake up and smell the crimes.


Well How about NEWT? He could RUN the country



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 07:05 AM
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He would have to make his case. I'm not sure
about him. Only because i dont know much
about him. Perhaps.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 07:09 AM
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Originally posted by dgtempe


He would have to make his case. I'm not sure
about him. Only because i dont know much
about him. Perhaps.


How about "Savage" or "Hanity"..........Rush is too liberal.........

Oh, Oh, how about Ann Coulter
(author has sudden flush of warmth)



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 07:18 AM
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Thermo, you're dreaming today.

I still think Vicente Fox would be the best candidate.

I always wanted to emigrate there. The weather is good.








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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 08:20 AM
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Just let me interject here and ask you: You're willing to settle for anything? By the sounds of your writings, they're all the same, so what difference does it make?

That is whats wrong with this country today.


Actually DG, my post was directed at the thinking that impeaching Dubya is a way to effect change in our system. And, of course, the thought that having someone like Rummy become president is going to lead us on a path other than dictatorial socialism (which the neocons through a book by John Leder have openly called for).

It's not that I think it can't be stopped or we shouldn't try to stop it. Apathy is what's wrong with this nation, not the truth. If one can see that Dubya is a socialist, then they should want to identify the other socialist that are writting the policy that he seeks to implement. Knowing that in this case--even if you cut off the head the body won't die.

edit: I voted for impeachment too (of course he deserves it)...but if he's the only one that goes I see little to no effect on the direction of this country. He's a puppet.

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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 08:32 AM
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I do not believe that Bush or anyone else than Bin Laden is responsible for 9/11, but I do believe that Bush should have left office a long time ago. Weapons of mass destruction have never been found in Irak. So what the # are they doing there. And if you really care so much about the rights and lifes of your fellow Americans, what about Katrina. The whole fact that they did absolutey nothing about Katrina, while they knew something bad was about to happen, is a reason for impeachment. Why was there so much trouble about Bill Clinton's affaire, what about Katrina.

The whole 9/11 conspiracy sounds bull to me, but Katrina and Iraq is something that really pisses me off. ( Sorry about my bad english propably)

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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 08:43 AM
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Please get back on your medicine. Stop drinking so much coffee and watch more Fox news channel.

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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 09:04 AM
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I am sorry but we have to get this guy out of office and soon. I mean like yesterday. And really can we have a president that looks like a monkey and studders like a second grade student reading his first book.




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posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 09:17 AM
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Originally posted by Saphronia

ust let me interject here and ask you: You're willing to settle ?

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Actually DG, my post was directed at the thinking that impeaching Dubya is a way to effect change in our system. And, of course, the thought that having someone like Rummy become president is going to lead us on a path other than dictatorial socialism (which the neocons through a book by John Leder have openly called for).





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Ah, thank you for letting me know that...maybe if i'd been following all the posts, i would have caught on. Sorry i jumped to conclusions.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 11:28 AM
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What would change if Bush were impeached? Absolutely nothing.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 12:04 PM
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He would be another "disgraced" president. That's what would change.

People were awfully happy when the same happened to Clinton, and he wasnt a criminal.

See?



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 12:18 PM
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Don't worry Dg Bush has disgraced himself enough already what it really bothers me is that he has also disgraced our nation and us the American citizen.

Yes, he needs to be impeach and put in the spot to answer all king of question.

I don't really want him out of the presidency but at least to have him go through the whole impeachment process.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 01:07 PM
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Forgive me as my mental faculties may have been sucked away already, but what makes Bush such a "bad guy"? Sure he has made mistakes in his presidency, but can you name a president that hasn't? How many of you think that you could do a better job? (and if so, why don't you run?) Bush was voted in to office fairly by no more than 25% of the voting population of the U.S. and I do not believe that he has done anything to warrant Impeachment, but that may just be me.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 01:44 PM
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you could impeach bush on war crimes to start.maybe the 911 problem.what are you waitin for get a better leadership.how much abuse can you take before you say no lol.............



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 02:28 PM
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Originally posted by SwitchbladeNGC
Forgive me as my mental faculties may have been sucked away already, but what makes Bush such a "bad guy"? Sure he has made mistakes in his presidency, but can you name a president that hasn't? How many of you think that you could do a better job? (and if so, why don't you run?) Bush was voted in to office fairly by no more than 25% of the voting population of the U.S. and I do not believe that he has done anything to warrant Impeachment, but that may just be me.


Are you kidding me.

Can you read?

Okay if you can't I will just list what you have missed.

1. lied about WMD in Iraq
2. 9/11 - Information shows and he has admitted knowing it 3 weeks before hand.
3. Katerina - enough said
4. Wire tapping - including the american people.
5. Taxes- rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
6. afghanistan - hasn't finished this war yet.
7. Secret meetings with Oil executives about oil consumption.
8. Health Care is a mess.
9. Social Securtiy is a mess.
10. 9.2 TRILLION in DEBT.

That is just off the top of my head.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by SwitchbladeNGC
How many of you think that you could do a better job? (and if so, why don't you run?)


I actually do think I could do a better job. But I wouldn't want the job. The thing about being a politician is that most people who want the job are probably in it for the power, not for what they could do for the community or the country.

As regards what he's done to warrant impeachment, the list is long. But there are people who don't believe the list, so they continue to support him.

Saphronia's point about putting a bandaid on a heart attack is totally right. And I'm not saying we need to Impeach Bush to solve our problems. Noooo... the disease goes a LOT deeper than the presidency. But impeachment of this whole administration (which is what I want) is a step in the right direction.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 02:41 PM
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Many presidents has made mistakes, that is a Fact.

But how many presidents thats taken our nation into war with a sovereign country blind folded because he could not wait to get his name going into history as a War president.



posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 02:58 PM
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But how many presidents thats taken our nation into war with a sovereign country blind folded because he could not wait to get his name going into history as a War president.


Marge I don’t doubt your intelligence, but I do question your authority on American presidential history. As such, you would be surprised to the answer of the first part of your question, as for the second, well, I wont address a question based upon personal conjecture. However I will say this, fictitious allegations that would not stand up to legal scrutiny and a general sense of resentment is not enough to warrant an impeachment. Now Marge, if you really want to focus on past presidential actions and precedents then I suggest applying the standards held to Bush, on them.

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