Dennis Kucinich: Hearings on Impeachment

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    Jul 29, 2008 3:09 AM GMT
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    Jul 29, 2008 3:21 AM GMT
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    Jul 29, 2008 3:47 AM GMT
    God that was great!

    Sadly, this is just a little too late.

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    Jul 29, 2008 3:52 AM GMT
    This is the fifth time I posted this.
    Oddly, these videos keep getting deleted from the forums.

    Censorship on Realjock or a hacker?
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    Jul 29, 2008 3:54 AM GMT
    Tks for posting these. Kucinich is a hell of a lot more patriotic than Bush, Cheney, Rove, Rumsfeld and Powell all together. With more foresight and human compassion.

    I've been telling the DCCC all year every time I get a donation request call or letter that I will make no donations to the DCCC until there has been a vote on the house floor concerning impeachment. I don't think its off the table, I think its all over the table and its such a big slippery mess anything else that gets on the table just slips off into pointlessness.

    Right now the congress is struggling to make the housing market and mortgage market stay afloat. Hmm.. possibly if we'd impeached GW a year ago and gotten someone in there that set a timetable to get the troops out, the whole confidence level toward the American dollar might be in a different place. Gas might only be 3 bucks a gallon. Can't really count on speculation though. But if he had been impeached - I doubt we'd be in worse shape.

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    Jul 29, 2008 4:20 AM GMT
    Wow, if more of our representatives had cajones like these, perhaps their approval ratings wouldn't be languishing in the teens. Although it's probably too late for impeachment, what mechanisms are available to Congress for prosecuting "high crimes and misdemeanors" after the administration has left office? This despotic administration needs to be held accountable.
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    Jul 29, 2008 4:22 AM GMT
    ruck_us saidWow, if more of our representatives had cajones like these, perhaps their approval ratings wouldn't be languishing in the teens. Although it's probably too late for impeachment, what mechanisms are available to Congress for prosecuting "high crimes and misdemeanors" after the administration has left office? This despotic administration needs to be held accountable.


    Perhaps too late for impeachment but not for murder:


    The Congress must check the powers of the Executive branch or surely it is the end of the Republic as we know it.
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    Jul 29, 2008 4:44 AM GMT
    Impeachment is all well and good, but until the money stolen from US citizens to line the pockets of Halliburton, Blackwater, and possibly Exxon-Mobil is returned, then justice will not have been served.

    Actually, justice will never be served. Those thousands of soldiers and hundreds of thousands of innocent iraqis aren't ever coming back.

    The mindset that led to all this robbery and complete disrespect for human life is truly one of the scariest things I have ever been alive to witness.
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    Jul 29, 2008 5:04 AM GMT
    XRuggerATX saidImpeachment is all well and good, but until the money stolen from US citizens to line the pockets of Halliburton, Blackwater, and possibly Exxon-Mobil is returned, then justice will not have been served.

    Actually, justice will never be served. Those thousands of soldiers and hundreds of thousands of innocent iraqis aren't ever coming back.

    The mindset that led to all this robbery and complete disrespect for human life is truly one of the scariest things I have ever been alive to witness.


    Up until I listened to the entire interview with Bugliosi, above, those would have been my exact sentiments. Boy, if I had it to do over again, I would have gotten a law degree. This nation has been spoon-fed lie upon lie, and we are so dumbed-down that we don't see the naked emperor.
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    Jul 29, 2008 5:06 AM GMT
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    Jul 29, 2008 5:12 AM GMT
    If they're trying to enforce a blackout on Bugliosi's book, I could scarcely imagine that Network 2008 would ever find its way to my local movie house.
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    Jul 29, 2008 5:18 AM GMT
    Wow. That's extraordinary.

    Kucinich is amazingly eloquent and a powerful speaker. Hear, hear.

    Bush's legacy, beyond the wreck that is iraq, is a nearly 500 billion dollar deficit.

    He inherited a budget that was balanced as of 1999.

    While the mortgage crisis and the dot com collapse was not his doing, the trillions of dollars thrown towards the war bears the largest responsibility in the financial mess we have in this country. His legacy is one of incompetence, and futility.

    I still recall the vitriol and base dirt thrown at the French for their support of the conlcusions of the UN WMD team investigating in Iraq. It gives me, and them I am sure, no pleasure in having the "last laugh" on the issue of WMD, which along with the charge of Iraqi complicity in 9/11, did indeed turn out to be bogus.

    Now, we have the opportunity to take the country back from these idiots. Is it too late?