Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Positive signs of moderate progress

After years of getting their way it finally looks like the ivory tower is ready to crumble. No longer can this administration hitch their buggy to the twin horses of patriotism and fear. Even though they've transformed our feeble Democracy into a Fascist Theocracy (which is groovy because God appointed Bush to do just that) there is still a shallow heartbeat left in this old Republic. These aren't the only noteworthy stories concerning the high crimes and misdemeanors of these loyal Bushies, but they are fine examples of what tries to slithers away when somebody flips over the rock the administration has been living under for the past six years.

Republican puts out 'action alert' claiming Rice will be subpoenaed Wednesday

condi rice looking very angry"A spokesman for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice suggested that she had more important things to do than testify before Congress the day before a House Committee is threatening to issue a subpoena for her cooperation with an investigation into the evidence used to build the case for the Iraq War.

Meanwhile, a Republican Congressman sent out an 'action alert' Tuesday claiming that 'we've gotten word that Waxman will issue a subpoena to Secretary Rice tomorrow morning,' adding that such a move could allow the GOP to show how Democrats are 'trying to win the political war for themselves no matter its effect on America’s efforts to promote peace and democracy abroad.'"

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Kucinich announces impeachment charges against Vice President Cheney

cheney_short_of_breath"After a series of delays, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), a candidate for president in 2008, announced a series of charges against Vice President Dick Cheney in Washington, DC, late in the day. Kucinich alleged that the Vice President had committed a series of impeachable offenses, and he was therefore introducing Articles of Impeachment against Cheney in the Congress today."

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Insults fly as Congress weighs Iraq compromise

joint-session-bush-cheney"[Harry] Reid, a Nevada Democrat, responded, 'I'm not going to get into a name-calling match with somebody that has 9 percent approval ratings.' Then he called Cheney 'the administration's chief attack dog.'"

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