Court Of Impeachment And War Crimes: The Impeachment Of Bush and Cheney And Some Somber Thoughts On The American Dream

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

The Impeachment Of Bush and Cheney And Some Somber Thoughts On The American Dream


Nancy Pelosi Has Utterly Failed As Speaker, As A Leader And As A Human Being She Is Devoid Of All Integrity And Unworthy Of Trust Or Respect. She Has Lied And More Have Died. She Has Made Promises That Have Turned To Ashes In Her Mouth. She Has Betrayed Her Party And This Nation. She Is Unfit To Sit In A Chair Of Power. Her Place In History Will Be One Of Great Shame And Dark Stain.

A Somber Message For This Day That Ends With A Reminder Of Higher Thoughts And Sincere Commitment To What We Should All Remember, Aspire To And Demand Of Our Elected Leaders.

There is no need for more Wordsmith tooled rhetoric or politically correct and cautious suggestions that maybe investigations are warranted into the actions of our government and our leaders. America needs to shed its fears and step out of the shadows of denial and move in unison to demand the Impeachment of all who have contributed to the corrosive corruption of our constitution system of government.

America has the facts, albeit not all of them, a frightening thought in and of itself, that this nation has corporate powers, Congressmen and an Executive Branch that should be brought to justice through every avenue open to us; contempt charges, indictment, trial, conviction, imprisonment and impeachment, to end the culture of corruption that infects our nation’s capital to remove every vestige of the criminal cabal who fully believe that we the people are too placid, too meek and too weak of will to demand and seize back control of our nation, our lives and our destinies.

The task is not small; it will not be easy, but if we do not; America as we know it, America the continuing experiment in democracy we become but another historical footnote in man’s history on this planet.

Pelosi hits bottom

Just when you think the dominant left wing of the Democratic Party has hit rock-bottom, one of their partisans reaches new depths in slandering people who have an honest difference with them on policy. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hit the gutter on Thursday, when she tried to explain why Democrats are losing the budget war to President Bush. Mrs. Pelosi (who says she hopes to be able to practice a more civil approach next year) said she had misjudged Republican resolve — particularly on the war against jihadists in Iraq.





Jan. 4, 2007 Pelosi speech upon being elected speaker of the House:

“Thank you my colleagues, thank you leader (John) Boehner (R-Ohio).

“I accept this gavel in the spirit of partnership, not partisanship, and I look forward to working with you Mr. Boehner and the Republicans in the Congress on behalf of the American people.

“After giving away this gavel in the last two Congress’, I’m glad someone else had the honor today.

“In this House, we may belong to different parties, but we serve one country. We stand united in our pride and prayers for our men and women in the armed forces. They are working together to protect America, and we, in this House, must also work together to build a future worthy of their sacrifice.

…”This is an historic moment — and I thank the leader for acknowledging it. I think you Leader Boehner. It is an historic moment for the Congress, and an historic moment for the women of this country. It is a moment for which we have waited over 200 years. Never losing faith, we waited through the many years of struggle to achieve our rights. But women weren’t just waiting; women were working. Never losing faith, we worked to redeem the promise of America, that all men and women are created equal. For our daughters and granddaughters, today we have broken the marble ceiling. For our daughters and our granddaughters, the sky is the limit, anything is possible for them.

“The election of 2006 was a call to change — not merely to change the control of Congress, but for a new direction for our country. Nowhere were the American people more clear about the need for a new direction than in the war in Iraq.

“The American people rejected an open-ended obligation to a war without end. Shortly, President Bush will address the nation on the subject of Iraq. It is the responsibility of the president to articulate a new plan for Iraq that makes it clear to the Iraqis that they must defend their own streets and their own security, a plan that promotes stability in the region, and a plan that allows us to responsibly redeploy our troops.

“Let us work together to be the Congress that rebuilds our military to meet the national security challenges of the 21st century.

“Let us be the Congress that strongly honors our responsibility to protect the American people from terrorism.

“Let us be the Congress that never forgets our commitment to our veterans and our first responders, always honoring them as the heroes that they are.

“The American people also spoke clearly for a new direction here at home — they desire a new vision, a new America, built on the values that have made our country great.

“Our founders envisioned a new America driven by optimism, opportunity, and strength. So confident were they in the America they were advancing, they put on the seal, the great seal of the United States, ‘novus ordo seclorum’ — a new order for the centuries. Centuries, they spoke of the centuries. They envisioned America as a just and good place, as a fair and efficient society, as a source of opportunity for all.

“This vision has sustained us for over 200 years, and it accounts for what is best in our great nation: liberty, opportunity, and justice.

“Now it is our responsibility to carry forth that vision of a new America into the 21st Century.

“A new America that seizes the future and forges 21st Century solutions through discovery, creativity, and innovation, sustaining our economic leadership and ensuring our national security.

“A new America with a vibrant and strengthened middle class for whom college is affordable, health care is accessible, and retirement reliable.

“A new America that declares our energy independence, promotes domestic sources of renewable energy, and combats climate change.

“A new America that is strong, secure, and a respected leader among the community of nations.

“And the American people told us they expected us to work together for fiscal responsibility, with the highest ethical standards and with civility and bipartisanship.

“After years of historic deficits, this 110th Congress will commit itself to a higher standard: pay as you go, no new deficit spending. Our new America will provide unlimited opportunity for future generations, not burden them with mountains of debt.

“In order to achieve our new America for the 21st Century, we must return this House to the American people. So our first order of business is passing the toughest congressional ethics reform in history. This new Congress doesn’t have two years or 200 days.

“Let us join together in the first 100 hours to make this Congress the most honest and open Congress in history - 100 hours.

“This openness requires respect for every voice in the Congress. As Thomas Jefferson said, ‘Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.’ My colleagues elected me to be Speaker of the House — the entire House. Respectful of the vision of our Founders, the expectations of our people, and the great challenges that we face, we have an obligation to reach beyond partisanship to work for all Americans.

“Let us all stand together to move our country forward, seeking common ground for the common good.

“We have made history, now let us make progress for our America people.

“May God bless our work, and may God bless America.”


Instead we live in the somber shadows, the melancholy and political perversion of our American way of life that rose from these ruins.

Only We Can Take Back America; Only We Can Restore The Faith And Integrity Of This Nation. I Know That, And Somewhere Deep Down; You Know It Too. Please Click on the Graphic as it says much of what was once "The Great Hope" and promise of America.

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