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by Stephen Crockett

The kind of money being spent by the Bush Republicans can result in saved or lost lives. We all can see the results in the case of Iraq. Launching his optional war against Saddam Hussein, in the way he did, Bush has directly cost the lives of thousands of American soldiers and maybe a hundred thousand mostly innocent Iraqi civilians. We have failed as a nation to come to terms with the massive costs that are less direct and obvious but just as real.


If Bush won't fire Gonzales, and Gonzales won't resign, the only avenue left for Justice to truly be served is to IMPEACH Gonzales and then proceed onward and upward!

Thursday, 02 August 2007 02:55

BuzzFlash Mailbag for August 2, 2007


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Subject: Nowhere To Go

Where do you go and who do you turn to? You have one party that is criminally intent on suppressing or changing the vote and stealing elections and another party too lily-livered to do anything about it. They don't even have the guts to act in their own self-interest!

For the past year, as the impeachable crimes of President Bush and Vice President Cheney have mounted, Democratic members of Congress have scrambled to present a whole array of explanations for why they can't support impeachment.

by Linda Milazzo

During the 2006 midterm election, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi proclaimed to the nation and the world, that the impeachment of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney was "off the table." At that time the statement seemed more a campaign ploy than an actual policy. Those who honored the Constitution as the law of the land clearly understood that the Constitution, in whole or in part, could not arbitrarily be suspended. Therefore, it was inconceivable that Mrs. Pelosi would interject political ideology for Constitutional law and indiscriminately suspend Article 1, Section 2 of the Constitution. To do so would be a categorical abuse of power, and as impeachable an offense as the abuses of power committed by George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

Wednesday, 01 August 2007 09:58

Ilona Meagher Is Taking a Stand for Our Vets

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I'm not going to wait for President Bush to discuss this issue, or to come on TV and have a public service push to support our troops and military families who are dealing with re-integration problems. I don't think that's ever going to happen. I wish it would, but you do see now that both sides of the aisle are now looking at the issue. And they have to make changes and look at it seriously, because their constituents aren't going to tolerate anything less.



Ugh, messy and I doubt appreciated through the mail, but there are other ways to implant ballsiness into our members of Congress. Yes, why not give a big blow out party, (they all love parties with food) and invite all of the members of Congress, and only the members of Congress, including the Republicans ... to a Barbecue with some good ole Rocky Mountain oysters. Then it's "balls to the walls."

Wednesday, 01 August 2007 05:17

BuzzFlash Mailbag for August 1, 2007


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On "Sesame Street," Zoe has a pet rock
Who isn't the most fun kid on the block.

Rocco can't talk or think or smile or grin
Being unresponsive is the state that he's in.

To Elmo's dismay, Zoe takes many a chance
To make wild claims like Rocco can dance.

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