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Speaker Nancy Pelosi may have taken impeachment "off the table," but House Judiciary Chair John Conyers (D-MI) is about to put it back on the menu.

Conyers may have been blocked by a timid Pelosi from initiating impeachment hearings immediately into President Bush's crimes against the Constitution, but he's taken the first step anyway, with the anouncement of plans to hold hearings into what is surely the President's gravest abuse of power.
Thursday, 25 January 2007 06:04

Frameshop: Bush Stuck in 'Duck' Frame

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For this morning's Washington Post, Glenn Kessler has penned a dispassionate, point-for-point debunking of Bush's State of the Union Address.

Thursday, 25 January 2007 06:01

Frameshop: [Cheney] as [A Rabid Animal]

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If you watch only one news video today, make it Wolf Blitzer's recent interview with Vice President Dick Cheney (transcript). I am not a huge fan of Blitzer, but the interview yesterday was incredibly revealing. In it we see Dick Cheney coming unglued. The mask is off Vice President as he expresses with no uncertain terms his contempt and disdain for journalists, the democratic process, the American people, and anything vaguely resembling the truth.

I’ve lost my keys, watch and wallet
And every manner of whatchamacallit.
Does it bother me? I just try not to let it.
But if I outed a spy, I wouldn’t forget it.

That’s a pro-family values belief
That all of us should abide by for life
Oh, by the way, Mr. Cheney, why
Didn’t this apply to Joe Wilson’s wife?


Thursday, 25 January 2007 03:56

Peter Michaelson: Hating Bush Only Hurts Us


It's appropriate to dislike George W. Bush. It's reasonable to find him pathetic. We're justified in being disgusted with him. But it only hurts us if we hate him.



Forty-four Democrats want Bush to be allowed to keep killing off our military, who will be literally "sitting targets" in Baghdad. Putting our troops in the homes of people in Baghdad is about the craziest plan to see that our military are easy kills, and it is, again, a treasonous decision. We are hated in Iraq. And the only reason for any kind of friendliness would be to get uniforms and weapons. Bush and his people know this. They just don't give a damn. Bush wants to be able to stay in Iraq and keep the occupation fueled or attack Iran, and then leave this nation with the mess. He needs to be made accountable. High government officials who commit crimes against humanity must, "must" pay the price.



If these Democrats vote Republican to represent their district then what in the hell do we need them for? Ralph Hall is a prime example. What this does is water down the Democratic Party. We don't see this in the Republicans because a Democrat posing as a Republican would never win in the first place, but the GOP recognize how useful it is to have Democrats winning elections and voting Republican.

Thursday, 25 January 2007 02:58

BuzzFlash Mailbag for January 25, 2007


Subject: Democrats To Bush: Work With Us

Jim Webb was perfect, except, we're not living in two different countries. We're living in two different moral universes because we're not dealing with two different POLITICAL dialectics, but, rather, in two different LEGAL dichotomies.


Chipping away at democracy--it won't be long now--another curve in the road map towards fascism--right here in the good ole U.S. of A.!!! A little bit here, a little bit there, and if allowed to continue we may not see the end of George Bush come 2008! As we witness the forced exodus of federal prosecutors, we are reminded that the year 2000 showed us all what a stacked court could do to democracy by rendering the people's choice for president null and void! And just what do you think a bunch of "biased" federal prosecutors can do to our freedoms????

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