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Hagel Mentions Impeachment....Again!

Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Republican Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska mentions impeachment again. This time, he does it on television. Crooks and Liars has the video HERE.

The Emperor's New Whitewash

Sunday, March 11, 2007
Surprise, surprise, the administration is misusing its intelligence gathering powers.

It's all over the news that the FBI abused its authority under the PATRIOT Act. Lost in all these revelations about our top law enforcers breaking the law was this item of criminal cover-up:

Privacy Board Clears U.S. Spy Programs
Remember when the President of the United States started illegally spying on Americans in violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act way back in 2001? Well, this same criminal administration decided it needed to police itself, so it set up a five-member Privacy and Civil Liberties Board in 2005. Last week, the board issued its report. Surprise, surprise, the illegal spying program got a clean bill of health.

How does the Emperor continue to get away with whitewashing his impeachable crimes? He appoints his good buddies to investigate him ...
Bush appointed [Carol] Dinkins, a Republican, to chair the board. A longtime friend of the Bush family, she was treasurer of Bush's first campaign for governor of Texas, and she is a longtime partner in the law firm of Vinson & Elkins, where Gonzales was once a partner.
... and, hey presto, no criminal activity here!
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From Daily Kos: McGovern Says Bush Worse Than Nixon, Calls For Impeachment

Thursday, March 08, 2007

If anyone should know an impeachable offense when he sees one, it should be George McGovern, the victim of Richard Nixon's no-holds-barred 1972 scorched-earth campaign.

Thirty-five years later, an 84-year-old McGovern sees an even bigger threat to the United States that he fought for as a decorated WWII bomber pilot -- the Bush Administration. Cheney -- he told an interviewer for the Madison, Wisc., Capital Times -- should resign.


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Republican Senator Suggests Impeachment

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

"Before this is over, you might see calls for his impeachment."

This is a quote from Republican Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska.

Read the whole article HERE.