Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Cenk Uygur lays down the law in this post--and somebody needs to for this petulant little, law-breaking, cheerleading, anti-constitutional frat-brat we have occupying the Oval Office, something our kids will study about while holding their heads in shame in 20 years.

It is very simple for me. I have in the past said that I was not an impeachment guy, because unlike the Republican Party who caused a crisis over consensual sex (while they were all busy rabidly mating with anyone who wasn't their wives like spider monkeys), I actually respect the principles on which this country was founded. I believed then as I do now that this option should be saved as a last resort.

But President Bush--while almost definitely being worthy of impeachment before--very simply must be impeached if he chooses to ignore congressional limits on troop deployments to Iraq. That is if we wish to protect our democracy.

He doesn't get to choose which laws are good and "bad!" The little fuckin twit.

It's still amazing to me that this retro-retard cowering little sissy, a man who shouldn't handle the register at a 7/11 much less have access to the nuclear button, has been allowed to put our country in this position in six short years.


At 10:22 AM, Blogger druidbros said...

Cliff, I truly believe even if Congress tried to impeach Bush he would claim he didnt have to pay attention. He thinks he is a law unto himself. And now that I think of it why doesnt some smart newsperson ask Bush if he thinks he can ignore Congress if they impeach him?

At 10:55 AM, Blogger Cliff in DC said...

I agree entirely druidbros...we need to solve this thing, which means everyone needs to get involved, Dems, media, sane Republicans, etc...

If he refuses to respect the Constitution, he must go

At 12:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm seriously concerned about the idiot's mental state. Surely, he can't really believe this. Where the hell are all his advisors. ONE of 'em must have passed his high school government class.

At 2:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have WAY too much respect for the highly motivated and intelligent, not to mention brave people working behind the counter at 7/11 to let your comment just stand un-answered!

In no way should you put the failure of 9/11 next to the staff of 7/11. You need to take that back.

George would never be brave enough to just stand there while just anyone off the street could walk up to him, potentially with a gun.

George would never put himself in a situation to serve others, often just to put up with the abuse of kids and smelly customers.

George would never make you coffee, muchless clean a public toilet.

And George can't even give correct change.

At 2:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post otherwise.


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