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Impeach+Bush+Cheney, Another Day Another Primary, People Vote and People Hope…



Impeach+Bush+Cheney, Another Day Another Primary,

People Vote and People Hope…

Even a Huge Defeat For Hillary Today Will Not Drive Her Out.

For Her The Stakes: Ambition and Ego Are Too Great…

That Is Why She Will Not Win!

“It’s The Judiciary Committee Stupid!” Campaign Lead Link

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Another Congressman Calls for Cheney Impeachment HearingsExecutive Intelligence Review (EIR) - Leesburg,VA,USAasking Conyers to hold "vigorous hearings into the abuses of power" by the Bush/Cheney regime and to include impeachment hearings of Cheney on the Judiciary ...See all stories on this topic

ME-01: Impeach, InvestigateI commend the Congressman for joining in the call for impeachment investigations. Last spring, as a member of the Maine state senate, I introduced a resolution calling for the impeachment of Bush and Cheney. READ MORE.AfterDowningStreet.org - Impeach... - http://www.afterdowningstreet.org

Using Academics to Push Back Against the PeopleGeorge McGovern's call for President Bush and Vice President Cheney to be impeached will be fresh fodder for bloggers and political commentators, according to Bill Richardson, head of the University of South Dakota's political science ...AfterDowningStreet.org - Impeach... - http://www.afterdowningstreet.org

Election 2008: A Mediation on Hillary Clinton’s New Hampshire ...Gay Wired - Los Angeles,CA,USA“But the case for impeaching Bush and Cheney is far stronger than was the case against Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew after the 1972 election. ...See all stories on this topic

Professor: McGovern's call for impeachment will fuel commentatorsKMEG 14 - Sioux City,IA,USAMcGovern wrote that there's more supporting evidence for impeaching Bush and Cheney than for impeaching Richard Nixon.See all stories on this topic


Cafferty Channels McGovern: 'Why Won't Congress Impeach Bush?'By Brent Baker He wrote that, "Although the chances of impeachment are unlikely, the facts most definitely point in that direction." Quoting McGovern here, "Bush and Cheney are clearly guilty of numerous impeachable offenses. ...NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal... - http://newsbusters.org

Nancy Pelosi Lied — Now it Will Take President Bush to Clean Up ...By American Elephant As you may remember, Democrats ran their exceedingly dishonest 06 campaign hypocritically criticizing Republicans for pork, and promising earmark reform, with Nancy Pelosi endlessly repeating the sound bite, “it will take a woman to ...American Elephants - http://americanelephant.wordpress.com

Impeachment Radio Show Features John Nirenberg and FriendsBy admin The Lang Report has been reporting on John Nirenberg, a brave soul and true patriot, who has almost completed his 500 mile walk from < ?xml:namespace prefix ="" st1 /> Boston to Washington DC to confront House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and ...- http://www.thelangreport.com

RNN TV Report on Impeachment Featuring Wexler, Kucinich, Ray McGovernVideo provided by James Starowicz.AfterDowningStreet.org - Impeach... - http://www.afterdowningstreet.org

i've waited too long to add this -- hoping for some additional ...By nolo(nolo) as most already know, rep. wexler joined the call for im- peachement of cheney -- now re- siding on chairman conyers' judiciary committee desk -- in december 2007. i reprint here his statement, as a reminder that we all need to press ...indict dick cheney - http://indictdickcheney.blogspot.com/

Professor: McGovern's call for impeachment will fuel commentatorsKULR-TV - Billings,MT,USARichardson says there's no chance impeachment will occur. He says third-party people often make statements that presidential candidates don't. ...See all stories on this topic

Impeachment. Why Not?By Newsguy(Newsguy) I would argue that it wasn't his impeachment stand. It probably had more to do with the fact that Kucinich is short and looks a little like an elf. Come on. He does. He does not look presidential. I like Kucinich's politics. ...The Radio Boys in Yucca Valley - http://democraticnewsroom.blogspot.com/

Elizabeth Kucinich on Impeachment and Health CareVideo of Elizabeth Kucinich. Digg / upcoming - http://digg.com/

George McGovern Urges Impeachment of Bush and CheneyTowleroad - New York,NY,USAMcGovern calls for the impeachment of George W Bush and Dick Cheney: "After the 1972 presidential election, I stood clear of calls to impeach President ...See all stories on this topic

You too can vote in today's NH primary--here, nowLos Angeles Times - CA,USAHired by The Times in 1989, he has worked in its Washington bureau since 1996 — a perch providing him a close-up view of the impeachment of President ...See all stories on this topic

RNN News asks: "Time for Cheney 'Impeachment' Hearings?"By Daily Kos(Daily Kos) Richard French of RNN, Regional News Network, out of New York's Hudson Valley aired a report, on January 3rd, after a sitin at Congressman Jerry Nadlers office. Richard French of RNN News on growing movement for Cheney Impeachment. ...
Daily Kos - http://www.dailykos.com/section/Diary

If you call for impeachment, and nobody answers . . .Orlando Sentinel - Orlando,FL,USAEven his own Democratic Party leader, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has declared that impeachment is "off the table." This South Florida congressman and ...See all stories on this topic

CBS/WaPost Trots our Has Been McGovern: 'Impeach Bush,' 'Worse ...Stop the ACLU - New Cumberland,PA,USAWill the MSM ever give up their quest to get Bush and Cheney impeached? Seemingly, no. And this time they have trotted out one of the biggest most, ...See all stories on this topic

Cafferty File: Time to IMPEACH Bush and CheneyI think Wolf Blitzer is starting to understand just how angry people are in this country.Digg / upcoming - http://digg.com/

Congress's role is not to investigateChicago Daily Herald - Chicago,IL,USAAlso, the power to impeach the president should be given to the electors. Why? Because until the final form of our Constitution was written, our president ...See all stories on this topic

Remove president from office for lying to AmericaNews-Leader.com - Springfield,MO,USAWhen are the people we put in office going to have the backbone to impeach this warmonger? I guess when we raise enough hell to get their attention. ...See all stories on this topic

Ron Paul: Fox 'News' an 'Awful Embarassment', 'Lost All Credibility'Brad Blog - USASimilarly, Democratic candidate Dennis Kucinich was not allowed to participate in Sunday's (capital "D") Democratic debate on ABC. The Ohio Congressman is ...See all stories on this topic

For your boredom...By cleverintuition(cleverintuition) She became a member of the impeachment inquiry staff shortly after her college graduation from Yale, advising the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives during the Watergate scandal (8 Whitehouse). ...I'm just not sexy enough to be stupid - http://cleverintuition.livejournal.com/

Their last bids for the first primary
By Mark Z. Barabak and Maria L. La Ganga
Candidates show wear and tear in the push to stay alive in New Hampshire. A record turnout is expected.


N.H. independents may hold key to future
By Maeve Reston and Doyle Mcmanus
They can vote in either primary. Many are torn between Democrat Obama and Republican McCain.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/election_20082/2008_presidential_election/new_hampshire/election_2008_new_hampshire_democratic_primary


New Hampshire Democratic Primary


Tuesday, January 8 Delegates at Stake: 22


Poll
Date
Sample
Obama
Clinton
Edwards
Richardson
Spread
RCP Average
01/05 - 01/07
-
38.4
29.7
18.1
5.7
Obama +8.7
Suffolk/WHDH
01/06 - 01/07
500 LV
39
34
15
4
Obama +5.0
American Res. Group
01/06 - 01/07
600 LV
40
31
20
4
Obama +9.0
ReutersC-Span/Zogby
01/05 - 01/07
862 LV
42
29
17
5
Obama +13.0
CNN/WMUR/UNH
01/05 - 01/06
599 LV
39
30
16
7
Obama +9.0
Suffolk/WHDH
01/05 - 01/06
500 LV
35
34
15
3
Obama +1.0
Marist
01/05 - 01/06
636 LV
36
28
22
7
Obama +8.0
Rasmussen
01/05 - 01/06
1203 LV
38
28
18
8
Obama +10.0
CBS News
01/05 - 01/06
323 LV
35
28
19
5
Obama +7.0
USA Today/Gallup
01/04 - 01/06
778 LV
41
28
19
6
Obama +13.0
Franklin Pierce
01/04 - 01/06
403 LV
34
31
20
6
Obama +3.0
Strategic Vision (R)
01/04 - 01/06
600 LV
38
29
19
7
Obama +9.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby
01/04 - 01/06
844 LV
39
29
19
--
Obama +10.0
American Res. Group
01/04 - 01/06
600 LV
39
28
22
4
Obama +11.0
FOX News
01/04 - 01/06
500 LV
32
28
18
6
Obama +4.0
American Res. Group
01/04 - 01/05
600 LV
38
26
20
3
Obama +12.0
Concord Monitor
01/04 - 01/05
400 LV
34
33
23
4
Obama +1.0
CNN/WMUR/UNH
01/04 - 01/05
359 LV
33
33
20
4
Tie
Suffolk/WHDH
01/04 - 01/05
500 LV
33
35
14
5
Clinton +2.0
Rasmussen
01/04 - 01/05
1210 LV
39
27
18
8
Obama +12.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby
01/03 - 01/05
844 LV
30
31
20
7
Clinton +1.0
Rasmussen
01/04 - 01/04
510 LV
37
27
19
8
Obama +10.0
Suffolk/WHDH
01/03 - 01/04
500 LV
29
36
13
4
Clinton +7.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby
01/02 - 01/04
893 LV
28
32
20
7
Clinton +4.0
Mason-Dixon
01/02 - 01/04
600 LV
33
31
17
7
Obama +2.0
Suffolk/WHDH
01/02 - 01/03
500 LV
25
37
15
4
Clinton +12.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby
01/01 - 01/03
960 LV
26
32
20
7
Clinton +6.0
American Res. Group
01/01 - 01/03
600 LV
31
35
15
5
Clinton +4.0
Suffolk/WHDH
01/01 - 01/02
500 LV
23
39
17
5
Clinton +16.0
Suffolk/WHDH
12/31 - 01/01
500 LV
20
37
16
5
Clinton +17.0
Suffolk/WHDH
12/27 - 12/31
300 LV
22
36
14
7
Clinton +14.0
Franklin Pierce
12/27 - 12/31
403 LV
28
32
19
8
Clinton +4.0
CNN/WMUR/UNH
12/27 - 12/30
521 LV
30
34
17
5
Clinton +4.0
American Res. Group
12/27 - 12/29
600 LV
27
31
21
5
Clinton +4.0
LA Times/Bloomberg
12/20 - 12/26
361 LV
32
30
20
4
Obama +2.0
Boston Globe/UNH
12/16 - 12/20
420 LV
30
28
14
7
Obama +2.0
USA Today/Gallup
12/17 - 12/19
510 LV
32
32
18
8
Tie
American Res. Group
12/16 - 12/19
600 LV
24
38
15
5
Clinton +14.0
Rasmussen
12/18 - 12/18
791 LV
28
31
18
8
Clinton +3.0
CNN/WMUR
12/13 - 12/17
469 LV
26
38
14
8
Clinton +12.0
FOX News
12/11 - 12/13
500 LV
25
34
15
6
Clinton +9.0
Concord Monitor
12/10 - 12/12
600 LV
32
31
18
8
Obama +1.0
Rasmussen
12/11 - 12/11
841 LV
31
28
17
8
Obama +3.0
Suffolk/WHDH
12/09 - 12/11
300 LV
26
33
15
5
Clinton +7.0
CNN/WMUR
12/06 - 12/10
378 LV
30
31
16
7
Clinton +1.0
Mason-Dixon
12/03 - 12/06
400 LV
27
30
10
7
Clinton +3.0
Zogby
12/01 - 12/03
502 LV
21
32
16
6
Clinton +11.0
ABC/Wash Post
11/29 - 12/03
592 LV
29
35
17
10
Clinton +6.0
Marist
11/28 - 12/02
604 LV
24
37
18
8
Clinton +13.0
Rasmussen
11/29 - 11/29
959 LV
26
33
15
9
Clinton +7.0
FOX News
11/27 - 11/29
LV
23
30
17
12
Clinton +7.0
American Res. Group
11/26 - 11/29
600 LV
23
34
17
10
Clinton +11.0
Suffolk/WHDH
11/25 - 11/27
300 LV
22
34
15
9
Clinton +12.0
AP-Pew
11/07 - 11/25
594 LV
19
38
15
10
Clinton +19.0
CNN/WMUR
11/14 - 11/18
389 LV
22
36
13
12
Clinton +14.0
CBS News/NY Times
11/02 - 11/12
279 LV
22
37
9
6
Clinton +15.0
Boston Globe
11/02 - 11/07
400 LV
21
35
15
10
Clinton +14.0
Marist
11/02 - 11/06
658 LV
26
38
14
6
Clinton +12.0
Rasmussen
11/05 - 11/05
628 LV
24
34
15
8
Clinton +10.0
American Res. Group
10/26 - 10/29
600 LV
22
40
10
5
Clinton +18.0
Rasmussen
10/23 - 10/23
841 LV
22
38
14
7
Clinton +16.0
St. Anselm
10/15 - 10/21
613 LV
22
43
14
6
Clinton +21.0
Marist
10/04 - 10/09
661 LV
21
43
12
8
Clinton +22.0
American Res. Group
09/26 - 09/29
600 LV
22
41
10
8
Clinton +19.0
Zogby
09/26 - 09/28
505 LV
23
38
12
8
Clinton +15.0
CNN/WMUR
09/17 - 09/24
307 A
20
43
12
6
Clinton +23.0
Rasmussen
09/16 - 09/16
500 LV
17
40
14
11
Clinton +23.0
Franklin Pierce
09/11 - 09/14
403 LV
19
39
12
11
Clinton +20.0
LA Times/Bloomberg
09/06 - 09/10
618 LV
16
35
16
8
Clinton +19.0
American Res. Group
08/26 - 08/29
600 LV
17
37
14
7
Clinton +20.0
Rasmussen
08/09 - 08/09
453 LV
22
37
14
9
Clinton +15.0
American Res. Group
07/26 - 07/30
600 LV
31
31
14
7
Tie
Hart/McLaughlin
07/24 - 07/26
504 LV
19
36
15
12
Clinton +17.0
CNN/WMUR
07/09 - 07/17
333 LV
25
33
8
10
Clinton +8.0
Monitor/Research2000
07/09 - 07/11
400 LV
23
27
10
8
Clinton +4.0
American Res. Group
06/27 - 06/30
600 LV
25
34
11
6
Clinton +9.0
Rasmussen
06/27 - 06/28
428 LV
21
38
10
9
Clinton +17.0
Suffolk
06/20 - 06/24
232 LV
19
37
9
9
Clinton +18.0
CNN/WMUR
06/06 - 06/10
309 LV
22
36
12
10
Clinton +14.0
Mason-Dixon
06/04 - 06/07
LV
21
26
18
9
Clinton +5.0
Franklin Pierce
06/04 - 06/04
424 LV
16
38
13
8
Clinton +22.0
American Res. Group
05/24 - 05/27
600 LV
15
34
18
9
Clinton +16.0
Zogby
05/15 - 05/16
503 LV
24
23
11
8
Obama +1.0
SurveyUSA
05/04 - 05/06
589 LV
24
40
22
--
Clinton +16.0
American Res. Group
04/26 - 04/29
600 LV
14
37
26
3
Clinton +11.0
Zogby
04/02 - 04/03
LV
23
29
23
2
Clinton +6.0
CNN/WMUR
03/27 - 04/02
339 LV
20
27
21
4
Clinton +6.0
American Res. Group
03/19 - 03/22
600 LV
23
37
20
2
Clinton +14.0
Franklin Pierce
03/07 - 03/11
401 LV
25
32
16
3
Clinton +7.0
Suffolk
02/24 - 02/28
212 LV
26
28
17
2
Clinton +2.0
Zogby
02/07 - 02/08
502 LV
23
27
13
3
Clinton +4.0
CNN/WMUR
02/01 - 02/05
353 LV
21
35
16
1
Clinton +14.0
American Res. Group
01/31 - 02/01
600 LV
19
39
13
2
Clinton +20.0
SurveyUSA
01/26 - 01/28
582 LV
25
40
23
--
Clinton +15.0
Zogby
01/15 - 01/17
502 LV
23
19
19
1
Obama +4.0
American Res. Group
12/26 - 12/27
600 LV
25
24
21
2
Obama +1.0
Research 2000
12/18 - 12/20
400 LV
21
22
16
2
Clinton +1.0

Political Reading Updates

-The Power of Candidate Branding - Chuck Todd, NBC News


- Hillary and the Politics of Weeping - Timothy Noah, Slate


- Clinton Gears Up for Extended Battle - Thomas Edsall, Huffington Post


- The Clinton Years: 1992-2007 - Peter Wehner, Contentions


- Looks Like the Mac Really Is Back - Ron Claiborne, ABC News


- The Crowded Obama Bandwagon - Terence Samuel, The American Prospect


- Amnesty Bill Could Derail McCain's Train - Howie Carr, Boston Herald


- GOP Should Tread Carefully on Immigration - Victor Davis Hanson, NRO


- Our Pathetic Obsession with Obama's Race - Christopher Hitchens, Slate


- Bloomberg's Game of Presidential Footsie - David Remnick, The NewYorker


- Could Clinton's Problem Be...Clinton? - Jonathan Cohn, The New Republic


- Advantage: Rudy - David Frum, National Post


- Bloomberg Plays Press for Patsies - Harry Siegel, New York Post


- McCain Closer to Reagan Than Critics Realize - Frank Cannon, NRO


- Huckabee's Counterproductive Sweet Talk - Dick Armey, FreedomWorks


- Democracy Or Dynasty? - Rich Karlgaard, Forbes


- Clinton 'Opens Up' on the Stump - Andrew Romano, Newsweek


- GOP Scrambles to Compete w/Obama - Philip Klein, American Spectator


- Can You Win on Dull? - Roger Simon, The Politico


- Republicans Are Not in Freefall - Tim Hames, Times of London


- Tension Builds as the Stakes Rise - Susan Page & Jill Lawrence, USA Today


- Road to the White House Passes Through NH - Albert Hunt, Bloomberg


- The New New Mitt vs. McCain - Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal


- Clinton's Mistake & Her Last Chance to Fix It - Bob Shrum, NY Daily News


- The Splendid Theatre of American Democracy - Janet Daley, UK Telegraph


- Can Obama Withstand Scrutiny? - John Heilemann, New York Magazine


- Huckabee Can Win in November - William Kristol, New York Times


- For GOP, Iowa Better Be an Aberration - Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call


- Only McCain Can Beat Obama - Richard Baehr, American Thinker


- The Democratic Foreign Policy Wars - Ari Berman, The Nation


- Dems Can't Handle Truth About the Surge - Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard


- It's About Confidence in America - Madeleine Albright, Washington Post


- Romney Dials Down Expectations Hard - Martin & VandeHei, The Politico


- Is 1992 the Model for Hillary? - Jay Cost, HorseRaceBlog


- Likeability Trumps Money and Positions - Edward Luce, Financial Times


- Obama Emerges - New York Sun


- It's Not Looking Good for Republicans - New York Times


- The Left's Health-Care Spat - Wall Street Journal


- Voters a Step Ahead of Bloomberg - Christian Science Monitor


- Republicans Face Decisive NH Vote - Jackie Calmes, Wall Street Journal


- Hillary Advisers Fear NH Loss - Mike Allen & Ben Smith, The Politico


- The Lessons of Huckabee - John Brummett, Las Vegas Review-Journal


- Democrats in Sync, Mostly - Michael Powell, New York Times


- Voters Going with Their Hearts - Deb Saunders, San Francisco Chronicle


- The Iowa Curse - Susan Estrich, FOX News


- Obama Emerges as a Liberal Reagan - Andrew Sullivan, The Australian


- Year of the Outsider - Steven Stark, San Diego Union-Tribune


- The All-Too-Resistible Romney - Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard


- Obama: Bill Clinton's Real Heir? - Jonathan Alter, Newsweek


- An Obama-Carter Reality Check - Ellis Cose, Newsweek


- The Dull Campaign So Far - Alexander Cockburn, The Nation


- Authenticity Wins in Iowa - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune


- Caucuses Made History - David Yepsen, Des Moines Register


- Iowa Results Reveal GOP in Disarray - Dick Polman, Philadelphia Inquirer


- Two Rivals Go After Defiant Clinton - Healy & Zeleny, New York Times


- Change Means Rejecting Conservatism - Michael Crowley, The Observer


- McCain Helped Himself in Debate - Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard


- The Race is Now Obama's to Lose - David Broder, Washington Post


- Huckabee & Edwards Have Common Delusions - George Will, Union Leader


- There Will Be Blood - Dick Morris & Eileen McGann, New York Post


- Clinton Machine Shaken by Setback - Karen Tumulty, Time


- Obama's Time Has Arrived - Richard Wolffe, Newsweek


- The Fall of the House of Clinton - Noemie Emery, Weekly Standard


- Obama Should Beware of What's To Come - John Kass, Chicago Tribune


- They Didn't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow - Frank Rich, New York Times


- Hail the Rise of a New JFK - Sarah Baxter, Sunday Times


- Deep Breath Before We Crown Obama - Robert Caldwell, San Diego UT


- The Republicans' Huckabee Problem - Howard Fineman, Newsweek


- The GOP's Time for Choosing - Henry Olsen, Opinion Journal


- GOP Cool Kid vs. Valedictorian - Michael Scherer, Time


- Do Americans Really Want Change? - Michael Kinsley, New York Times


- Clinton's Challenge: How Hard to Hit Obama? - Calmes & Chozick, WSJ


- Last Hurrah For Reagan Coalition? - Pat Buchanan, Creators


- Campaigns Plumbing the Independent Mind - Jeff Zeleny, New York Times


- Dinner With the Democrats in NH - Jonathan Last, Weekly Standard


- Hillary Clinton is Toast - Jonathan Chait, The New Republic


- Phoniness, Not Mormonism, Defeated Romney - Michael Medved, Townhall


- The Content of His Character - James Taranto, Opinion Journal


- Now Comes the Spin - Howard Kurtz, Washington Post


- Mitt, Fred Lose; Huck, McCain Win; Rudy Unharmed - Paul Mirengoff, PL


- Barack Delivers, Hillary Disappoints - Joe Conason, Salon


- Hillary Aides Revive Comeback Kid Storyline - Karen Breslau, Newsweek


- It May Be One & Done for Romney - Howie Carr, Boston Herald


- McCain: The Republican Heir? - Rich Lowry, National Review


- Dems Better Positioned for November - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post


- Obama is Big Story; Don't Dismiss Huckabee - Pete Wehner, Contentions


- Evangelical Power Revives - Gerald Seib, Wall Street Journal


- Next Time, Dilute Iowa's Power - Ronald Brownstein, National Journal


- In the End, Iowans Voted for a Smile - Michael Tackett, Chicago Tribune


- The Night Belonged to Obama - Ruth Conniff, The Progressive


- Can Obama Weather the Examination? - Morris & McGann, New York Post


- Huckabee's No Robertson - Matthew Continetti, Weekly Standard


- McCain Big Winner; Romney Devastated - Robert Novak, Human Events


- Huckabee & Obama: The Two Earthquakes - David Brooks, New York Times


- How Obama's Message Found Its Mark - John Dickerson, Slate


- How Huckabee Beat the Mighty Romney Machine - Byron York, NRO


- A Hard Loss for Romney - John Ellis, RealClearPolitics


- GOP Faces Wild, Unpredictable Race - J. Harris & J. Martin, The Politico


- Hillary Clinton is On the Ropes - Michael Goodwin, New York Daily News


- Clinton Loss Means Change of Tactics - Karen Tumulty, Time

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