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September 9, 2005: Impeach Bush Blog Excerpts

Friday, September 09, 2005
"Impeach Bush" is the #1 searched term on Technocrati today. Incredible.

What follows are excerpts from some blogs from today, September 9, 2005, with the "Impeach Bush" theme.

The Truth Is Out There: ...Colin Powell: “I never saw evidence to suggest” that there was a clear connection between 9/11 and regime of Saddam Hussein. Are you paying attention, Michelle Malkin? If I recall correctly, she stated on “Hardball” several weeks ago that there “absolutely was” a connection. So much for the talking points. America is waking up. They believe that the Iraq War Is Going Worse Than Expected. The truth will always prevail.

The Democratic Daily Blog: ...More than 150 protestors organized today outside of the White House including a few evacuees from Hurricane Katrina. There’s a movement underway to build an encampment of evacuees on the Washington Mall, starting on 9/11, I posted about that last night here. The cries of anger towards the Bush administration are growing louder by the day. With in a couple of weeks thousands of people will mobilize on Washington, DC in a mass protest against the Iraq war (Sept 24 - 26).

The Hippie Perspective: Paul Craig Roberts, ex-Reagan official, writes a great essay outlining all of Bush's shortcomings and what we should do about it. "Not content with leaving New Orleans unprotected, it took the Bush administration five days to get the remnants of the National Guard not serving in Iraq, along with desperately needed food and water, to devastated New Orleans. This is the slowest emergency response by the US government in modern times. By the time the Bush administration could organize any resources for New Orleans, many more people had died and the city was in total chaos."

George Walford: What I believe really started the sentiment is this article by Paul Craig Roberts: “What is Bush’s Agenda in Iraq?” Roberts, a former Reagan offical wrote this article on June 20, 2005. Now, with the fallout of Hurricane Katrina, people are angry, so they blog about it. Enough people have blogged about it now that “Impeach Bush” is a popular search term, and it is self sustaining. I think it is self sustaining now because people are angry, but also because people are so surprised to see such negative terms about the administration appear in the blogsphere.

Xark!: Had Nixon controlled the House in 1974, you would not today recognize the names "Woodward and Bernstein," and Watergate might well be a footnote for conspiracy buffs obsessed with the details of "a third-rate burglary." If you want to keep this going, so that the MSM notices, then blog about it, search it, and link, link, link. But if you really want Bush impeached, find a Democratic candidate you can live with and then work to get him elected in your local congressional district next year.