Friday, July 01, 2005

Impeachment's just another word...

...unless Dean, Biden, Reid, et al, grab this opportunity to keep the idea alive and in the news.

The latest Zogby poll included a question about impeachment and a healthy 42% agreed that Congress should impeach George Bush if he misled the country into going to war in Iraq. And that included 25% of Republicans responding to the survey. (IF he misled the country? Were his lips moving?)

These numbers will grow alongside our ballooning deficit and, unfortunately, the number of casualties in the "war on terra."
We have nothing left to lose.


Lenora said...

I gotta say, this is the first poll since the election that really means something. Still, it doesn't seem likely even if Biden et al get their thumbs out of their asses.

Kate Ingold said...

Yeah, especially Biden. He's become an administration apologist. Did you see his remarks after Bush's speech? I wanted to pull his plugged hair out.

If anyone has ever deserved to be impeached, it's Bush. And not one of those impeachments that would let him off by resigning like Nixon. No, the real deal. The kind that could lead to international tribunals and stuff. But alas, the republicans have comeplete control over every area of government. They won't even apologize for their obvious mistakes. I can't imagine they'd give the ultimate apology and impeach him.

What to do?

red rabbit said...

We have to do something.