- Last Hope For Impeachment If Democrats don t do it now they are clearly complicit Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com | April 8 2006 Today s White HouseMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 7, 2006View Source
Last Hope For Impeachment
If Democrats don't do it now they are clearly complicit
Today's White House admission that George W. Bush authorized the leak of, and let's not beat around the bush and call it an 'intelligence report' like the yellow bellies at Reuters, the name of CIA agent Valerie Plame as a political stunt in retaliation for Joe Wilson's refusal to be the snake oil salesman for their rigged war, is the final nail in the coffin proving we have a dictatorship in Washington.
Dictatorships are not always defined by funny hand salutes and gas chambers. The dictionary definition mentions neither, but it does mention "absolute or despotic control or power."
Is a President who argues he can do anything even if it breaks the law, and an entire cabinet who agree, exercising absolute power?
Is somebody who is above the law and whose advisors and cabinet members write memos stating he is above the law exercising absolute power?
How about totalitarianism? Definition: "a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition)."
Alberto Gonzales again put George Bush above the law today when he indicated that the administration could outright (not that they haven't been doing so in secret for decades) authorize wiretaps of domestic American citizen's phone calls without a warrant. This is a clear violation of the 4th amendment to the US Constitution.
Bush's own advisor John Yoo is on the public record as arguing that no law could prevent the President from ordering children to be tortured by means of crushing their genitals. No, this isn't the Frist fake Fox News hoax - that was his actual argument in a December 1st debate in Chicago with Notre Dame professor and international human rights scholar Doug Cassel.
Bush's Commander in Chief designation gives him the right to resort to anything, including mass genocide, if it is done in the name of protecting the American people, according to the White House. It doesn't matter if it is unconstitutional. Is this being unrestricted by laws or opposition? If the answer is yes then we are living under totalitarianism by its very definition
"If anyone in this administration was involved in it (the CIA leak), they would no longer be in this administration." White House spokesman Scott McClellan, September 29 2003.
By the White House's own admission Bush should immediately be removed from the Oval Office.
If Bush started dropping babies out of Air Force One for fun would this be grounds for impeachment?
Neo-cons and fake conservatives will continue to defend Bush to the hilt whatever he does because their childish egos are already invested in his every word and action. The invasion of the body snatchers scenario has already passed and Bush's remaining 30 odd per cent of support is likely to remain until the bitter end.
If Democrats don't initiate impeachment proceedings immediately then we know without a doubt that they are complicit and have already been promised huge kickbacks in the next two elections for keeping their noses out.
The handful of truly independent thinking Congressmen and Senators such as Ron Paul and Tom Tancredo need to be the ones to get the impeachment ball rolling, if only to expose the Democrats for the collaborators they are.
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