Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Joseph Farah echoes the call: Impeach Bush

Impeach Bush
Pat Buchanan... has come to the conclusion that a courageous Republican legislator should move a bill for impeachment of President Bush.

I reluctantly agree – and for the same reasons.

America was founded on the principle of independence and sovereignty. The president is betraying our most sacred national heritage.

Bush is ignoring the will of the people and he is violating the law of the land.

It will be very interesting to see what other commentators are willing to jump on the bandwagon here and who, if any, of the "establishment" Republicans will adress this issue.

For my thoughts see the last post.

8 comments:

ESABATM said...

Its too bad that Gore sold the Elk Hills petroleum reserves in CAL to Occidental a while back. There aren't that many barrels left to introduce into the economy. An article in the FW today stated that bush is now saying that we must protect our oil over in Iraq so it doesn't get into the hands of the terrorists. I wonder who would sell it to us cheaper? I don't care who it comes from.

MAX Redline said...

I have a question for Mr. Bush: How do you fight a "War on Terror" when border enforcement is nonexistent?

Robin said...

I have a question for Mr. Bush: How do you fight a "War on Terror" when border enforcement is nonexistent?

sample... we turn the US into another large penal colony... it worked for Australia.

Sailor Republica said...

I thought we were going to invade Saskatchewan and put the Penal Colony there...

HA!

Anonymous said...

Joseph Farah is also the guy reporting, with scary details, that Al Quida has brought in NUKES thru Mexico. Not dirty bombs, no I am talking about the plan called "American Hiroshima"
20 suitcase's, in each 1 Mega ton NUKES!

I am Coyote said...

Daniel,

I saw this the other day also when Pat first mentioned it.

I was going to wait until after the waves of Katrina have died down then "pout it too the coals!"

Perhaps a coordinated blogger effort calling for impeachment?

Yip Yip

Anonymous said...

Bush took a oath to uphold our constitution and protect us from foreign invasion... he has failed on both accounts. At this point I have to agree that he should be impeached.

Daniel said...

We can do that Coyote. I'm interested to hear Lars touch on the subject. He hasn't mentioned it.