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"Liberals are often codependent, and our so-called compassion becomes suspect when it is based on the desire to use others to prop up our self-worth." -- Peter Michaelson, author, Democracy's Little Self-Help Book


Americans were reminded of our hatred of the Vice-President after his bizarrely combative exchange with Wolf Blitzer in an interview the other day. Blitzer, hardly a liberal, gave Cheney fair but challenging questions which were met with hostile responses and non-responses.

Friday, 26 January 2007 07:16

Shirley Smith: 'Get Over It?'



Yeah, they'd like that, those treasonous five. What's worse than that decision to put Bush into the White House? A smart ass justice comes close. It's odd and insane to me for Americans to have to "get over it" as if nothing has happened because of their political decisions. If these so-call Supreme Justices are smart enough to be on that bench, then they should have known what they were doing.

We have laws in this country with no statue of limitations on murder. Personally, we Americans should not get over it. Tell that to every person whose life has been dramatically altered due to their decisions. Get over it? What we really need in this country in order to "get over it," is accountability and that includes those who are given lifetime jobs and are bought off in our highest court ever. The people made their choices with a majority vote and they put in their own guy. Get over it? Ask me in 2050?


Listening to George Bush's State of the Union, it sure sounded like Iraq is the only battleground in the "war on terror" and that Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan was a resounding success. "We did not drive al Qaeda out of their safe haven in Afghanistan only to let them set up a new safe haven in a free Iraq," Bush said in his case for why we need more troops in Iraq.

Friday, 26 January 2007 02:29

BuzzFlash Mailbag for January 26, 2007


Subject: Impeaching Cheney and Bush

No one has mentioned the line of authority in relation to impeachment and removal of the President and VP. Third in command is Nancy Pelosi.


What's a little "collateral damage" when weighed against the desire to preemptively invade a sovereign nation? Obviously the lives of CIA operatives were not a consideration for Dick Cheney and "Scooter" Libby when they persisted in the business of outing Valerie Plame and destroying Joe Wilson! Most of America is familiar with the phrase, "Ignorance of the law does not excuse." And I would add, "memory lapses" are not a defense! 


Summaries are excerpted from the source articles; the featured article follows the summary section.  A recommended "site of the day" will also appear occasionally following the summaries. 

Maybe switch to Sanka, Dick,
The basic question here that begs
Has less to do with stomachs
Than troops missing arms and legs.


Instead of worrying if White House tempers
May become inflamed
They should be thinking of our troops at whom
IEDs are now aimed.


Speaker Nancy Pelosi may have taken impeachment "off the table," but House Judiciary Chair John Conyers (D-MI) is about to put it back on the menu.

Conyers may have been blocked by a timid Pelosi from initiating impeachment hearings immediately into President Bush's crimes against the Constitution, but he's taken the first step anyway, with the anouncement of plans to hold hearings into what is surely the President's gravest abuse of power.
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