September 12, 2006

Dem Majority = Struggle to Impeach Bush = Chaos for America

Democrats deny it, but the signs are that they will make the impeachment and conviction of President Bush a priority if their party wins a majority in Congress. Power and payback combined with irrational hatred takes precedence over urgent issues such as fighting terror, energy independence, and building our economy. The efforts of the Democrats and the radical left are so pervasive, that a search engine reveals over five million results when the words "impeach Bush" are entered. Shouldn't the American public know more about this rarely mentioned Democratic agenda and know that the Democrats will put their interests ahead of doing work for our nation?

Consider the following examples of attempts to bring the Left together on impeaching President Bush, and this Left is the same coaltion of people who now control the Democratic Party.

As a light starter, maybe you would enjoy the site of Impeach Bush Coalition, which includes a sidebar stating, "How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power"--certainly true and an impeachable offense in their minds.

Perhaps, another site titled Impeach Bush would be more interesting, because it offers arguments and talking points to the great unwashed about how to counter any rebuttal to impeachment--besides the usual statements that someone is stupid and full of s#!+, which is what I usually hear. Oh, their arguments don't have to be truthful or logical. They just have to be stated repeatedly and with force to shut up critics. You just cannot find such precise instructions on conservative sites, whose readers can make up their own minds and arguments.

Maybe the Demoratic progressives (I love that tag) at will convince you that Bush needs impeaching for reasons from their long lists which extend from "Lying about Iraqi WMD's to Congress and the American people" to "Reading 'My Pet Goat' during the attack" to "Turning the world against the United States" (Oh, my!) to "Packing the courts with right-wing judges to outlaw abortion" to "Stealing the Presidential elections of 2000 and 2004" (and, isn't their loss of power to him the real issue?) on to "Allowing global warming, which will cause massive environmental damage" continuing to "Illegally 'outing' CIA agent Valerie Plame, an important anti-terrorism official" to, hold on, "Letting a gay male prostitute roam free in the White House." (Don't tell Barney Frank about that one.)

These sites offer t-shirts, bumper stickers, and coffee mugs for the cause. Liberals are suckers for these things.

We could pass these impeachment activists as nuts, but they are the ones who are now in control of the Democratic Party. In addition, there are serious people on the left who push this. For instance, consider an article in The Nation titled "The Impeachment of George W. Bush" by former Democratic representative Elizabeth Holtzman, who gives us this how-to formula for impeachment (emphasis added):

Mobilizing the nation and Congress in support of investigations and the impeachment of President Bush is a critical task that has already begun, but it must intensify and grow. The American people stopped the Vietnam War--against the wishes of the President--and forced a reluctant Congress to act on the impeachment of President Nixon. And they can do the same with President Bush. The task has three elements: building public and Congressional support, getting Congress to undertake investigations into various aspects of presidential misconduct and changing the party makeup of Congress in the 2006 elections.

So far, this scenario is playing out just as scripted, and Democrats throughout the nation are holding non-binding votes (of course) to impeach President Bush. If and when the Democrats gain a majority in the House and possibly the Senate, the impeachment issue that they don't mention in their campaign ads will move to the front of their priorities. Then, reasons that the Democrats used to oppose the impeachment of President Clinton will not matter, anymore. (Can we just "move on?") The Democrats want power and want revenge, and those matter to them more than anything that is good for the United States.

They need to admit it but won't, and the American voter needs to know their plans to put the party ahead of the real work for our country. The way to stop them is to reject their agenda and to support their Republican opponents. The fall elections are important and the future or America is at stake.

Who do you want in charge--people who have kept us from another terrorist attack or people who think that attacking our President takes priority over America's interests and protection?

The Democrats and the Left have been very busy. What are you going to do about it?

Posted by Woody M. at September 12, 2006 07:20 PM | TrackBack

Energy independence? I don't know, Woody, that one smells to me like it might be one of those southpaw traps for the unwary. I mean, what would you rather drive, a sissy little limp-wristed shopping cart like this, or something more man-sized that's seriously safe? It's true that the President has been seen on one of these in between important meetings, but he's the President, and besides he's always followed by a convoy of security men and journalists, and Marine One or the Big Bird itself is never very far away. I think you can see how that's different.

So I say, cut out this energy self-sufficiency talk. If you ask me, if it isn't big and heavy, it might not be American.

Posted by Jassalasca Jape at September 12, 2006 08:59 PM

It may be worth the price to put them in power. Think of all the fun we can have during an armed revolution and what fun it will be watching thousands of democratic politicians being lynched on street lights in cities around the country. They are a dying breed anyway, from all indications they are swallowing their own seeds with same sex marriage.

Posted by Scrapiron at September 12, 2006 10:21 PM

Of course, impeachment is going nowhere without a Democratic House majority. Even so, without a two-thirds Democratic (+RINO) majority in the Senate, Bush isn't going to be convicted and removed from office. (Same objection as I had to the Clinton impeachment.)

Thus the only purpose would be to embarass the President and weaken the authority of his office. This probably will have little domestic impact, but would severely impair foreign policy, which in this post 9-11 era and decreased American hegemony (compared to the Clinton era) could seriously harm us all.

Worse, if the Democrats go down this road, impeachment could devolve into a mere partisan tactic, which would demean the Constitution (and its makers and those whose blood made our Republic possible) and make it difficult to employ impeachment if it were truly needed.

--Jassalasca, it's good to see you back and with wit too. But you must have been a bit distracted tonight; otherwise, how could you forget hard in your definition of American

Posted by civil truth at September 12, 2006 10:28 PM

Not to worry, folks. Conviction for war crimes needn't put an end to worship.

Posted by Jassalasca Jape at September 12, 2006 10:47 PM

I am mindful of Abraham Lincoln; Lincoln bashing by Unionists caused a backlash, and Abe had his bags packed to leave but was miraculously re-elected. Sometimes I suspect that this Impeach Bush business may actually help the President.

Posted by Tim Birdnow at September 13, 2006 06:39 AM

Woody, just exactly who do you define as the "great unwashed"? Are you referring to those that haven't been "washed in the blood of the lamb"? Or are you inferring that those that disagree with you are physically and/or mentally dirty? I am afraid that your continuing inference that Democrats are somehow less than acceptable actually reflects the elitist position that you assume for republicans.
Is compromise a dirty word to your type of republican?
please dont consider this as an "ad hominem" attact on you personally, it's just that you are such a prolific
contributor to this blog, and the majority of your remarks are so blatently bigoted. I do realize that I have the option of not reading your posts, but if you promote/reflect the divisions in our country, I feel that I need to be aware of such.

Posted by James S Melbert at September 14, 2006 07:35 AM

James, I really don't take it personally.

The "great unwashed" can include those people who are gullible for lies from the left and participate in furthering those lies.

I do have concern for the physical and mental issues with Democrats, and have been so kind as to offer help for them in the past: Another Etiquette Tip for the Left . I'm a compassionate sort of a guy.

Posted by Woody at September 14, 2006 07:50 AM

Oh NO! One Compassionate Conservative is in the White House. We cdon't need any more.

Posted by James S Melbert at September 14, 2006 05:09 PM

They will not impeach President Bush.

The reason is a simple two word phrase.

President Cheney.

Posted by Kender at September 17, 2006 10:59 AM

Kender, they have a two tier policy. Impeach Bush and then pray for Cheney's heart to fail.

Posted by Woody at September 17, 2006 12:43 PM

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