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Democrats to Pursue Bush Impeachment…..After He is Out of Office

March 19, 2008

 What a bunch of cowardly bastards the Democrats are. They are still sitting on articles of impeachment against the president, waiting for the right opportunity to move forward with them. It seems though that they have decided that the right time would be…..after he is no longer in office. This is John Conyers, senator from Michigan:

“Dear friends, this [impeachment] is a decision I am struggling with, and I want to share it here. Do I want to jeopardize the election by taking up this issue?” Conyers asked. “The problem is, this could become the issue of the 2008 election. This brilliant, talented Senator (Obama), who has more delegates and more votes than anybody else, could get derailed.”

 That was his answer when he was asked if the Democrats would move on impeachment if a Democrat was elected president in November. Democrats still plan on holding impeachment hearings, but as he said, Obama could be derailed by it. How is that? He is afraid impeachment would become an issue during the election cycle if they attempt it before the election. Really? No shit.

“I am afraid they would raise it in the campaign, and that they will use it against us, and that we would end up getting McCain. I would regret that for the rest of my life,” he said. “That’s the only reason. That would be my fear.”
 “We can win this election and go get these guys afterwards. But we just don’t want to jeopardize November 4th,”

 This leads me to ask the following question- if Americans want the president impeached, and Democrats have the support to do it, how would this jeopardize the election? Shouldn’t this help them in the election if it is what Americans want?

 The truth is that Americans in general, except for the far left moonbats, do not want the president impeached. If they did the Democrats would have already started proceedings. As a matter of fact Republicans probably welcome the hearings so that they can hear the Democrats argue against the president taking measures to protect the American people. Let’s get the Democrats on record as being soft on national defense is how Republicans probably look at it. Democrats realize this also, that is why they will not do it before the election. They realize that this would be a losing battle, yet they want the far left loonies to think they are still going to move forward on impeachment.

  They know that the moonbats will turn on them in an instant if they are honest and tell the moonbats that impeachment is not an option. So they tell them, trust us, if we get elected we will finally get the chance for impeachment. We just can’t do it right now. RRRRIIIIGGGHHTTT.

 I am not saying that the Democrats will not move on articles of impeachment after the election if they win, they probably will, but this just shows that they either have no balls or they know the truth is that most Americans don’t want to impeach the president. Or both. I say it’s both.

 They say that only they can bring the country together again, and this is how they plan to do it?

 Democrats, do you wonder why you are considered linguini spined? This is a perfect example. Put your balls where your mouth is and lets go for it! That is, if you really believe it, and are not just pandering to your far left base.

 I think we know the answer.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. David permalink
    March 19, 2008 8:45 pm

    Further proof of what I have been saying all along one party is no better than the other they are both rowing the rich boat together, does not really matter which one wins the election either way they will still both win and we the people lose again.


  2. March 19, 2008 9:55 pm

    we the people definitely lose. I know this post was probably not meant to be humorous but I found it to be so because of your apt description of Dems: “linguine spined.” They refuse to take a stand for ANYTHING. ANYTHING!
    just take a stand…you can do it! Maybe we should start saying “yes, you can” to them and give them all stars when someone takes a stand on something (whether right or wrong). If we tell them they’re winners enough times will it help? lol, I crack myself up sometimes 😉


  3. March 19, 2008 10:12 pm

    There is an even better mind-blowing question.

    Why would you impeach a president who would only be keeping the seat warm for a couple of months? By the time they would ever get it to the floor, it could be filibustered until their holiday recess.

    Impeaching any president will only have an impact if they actually had some part of a term left to serve. You do not do it when the term remaining is in a 100 day countdown.

    That’s kinda like having Congress making a law that you can’t have an elephant for a pet if your home is less than 900 sq ft. Useless


  4. Deb permalink
    March 20, 2008 5:17 pm

    E-nough! I am sick of all this impeach Bush talk. They won’t do it, before or after. These freaks should just move to Vermont and secede to Canada, get it over with, already. CRIMINY!


  5. Craig Leslie permalink
    September 5, 2008 2:16 pm

    Impeachment is never an option. It is a responsibility. cowardly democrats, including the likes of Conyers, must understand that the Constitution is a document that demands the pursuit of justice when its tenets have been violated. If the Congress does not act, then any talk of restoring American Superiorty on its moral front, will be an affront to all of us who love liberty and justice.


  6. James permalink
    October 17, 2008 1:30 pm

    I dont care when they impeach him as long as he is impeached.


  7. HT72 permalink
    October 10, 2010 9:03 am

    Ironic, isn’t it?

    “”The most terrifying words in the English language are, I’m from the government and I am here to help.”
    Ronald Reagan ”

    People elected him in and the erosion of the middle class started, thanks to “trickle-down economics” (which is just “redistribution of wealth from the workers to the wealthy”, and only somebody willfully blind would not see the truth. Even the very name is a slur, since the original term – before it was changed – was “trickle-on economics”)


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