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Whats For Dinner? Hopefully Impeachment!

July 17, 2007

Since Nancy Pelosi’s famous quote from 60 Minutes last fall of impeachment being off the table, the American public is much more aware of the Sins of the Bush cartel. You can tell this when traditional conservatives are starting to think that the world can’t wait for the rein of King George and Emperor Cheney to end in January 2009.

Last Friday Bill Moyer had two guests on his program, one conervative (Bruce Fine) and the other liberal (John Nichols). Both guests are in complete agreement that not only shold impeachment be put back on the “table” of congress, but that impeachment is essential if we want to continue to be a democracy.

You can watch the entire episode here, broken into five parts. (Limitation of YouTube, not Mr. C).

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  1. July 17, 2007 10:33 pm

    Unsponsored, Non-Partisan Impeachment Vigil on Saturday In Washington, D.C.

    When: 1 p.m., Saturday, July 21

    Where: Lafayette Park, across from the White House north lawn.

    What: A grassroots gathering of Americans concerned about protecting the sanctity of the U.S. Constitution from executive branch abuses, which threaten to undermine checks and balances brilliantly designed by the Founding Fathers. This is not about Republicans or Democrats. This is about our form of government.

    Citizens are invited to meet in the park, across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House, to demonstrate broad public alarm over the Bush administration’s refusal to respect the courts, honor the rule of law and be held accountable for its actions.

    The president’s rejection of the power-sharing arrangement between Congress and the president, enshrined in the Constitution since 1787, makes it imperative that Bush and Cheney both be impeached. If the natural balance among the three branches of government is not restored through this process, even at this late stage in Bush’s second term, the United States is in serious danger of becoming a monarchy, permanently dominated by a few powerful people.

    Who: This event is not sponsored, supported or scripted by any party, candidate, or interest group. It is open to all, and debate and discussion are encouraged. Please spread the word about this important event. A large turnout will send a powerful message that cannot be spun.


    For more information, visit

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