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Father of Reaganomics: impeach Bush and Cheney now

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Stretch15, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. Stretch15

    Stretch15 Member


    Here is an article for those of you who believe that Liberals and Democrats are the only people calling for Bush's impeachment.

    This guy was the #2 man at the Treasury under Reagan and is a pretty mainstream Republican.

    Pretty scary stuff...
  2. Freelance Hack

    Freelance Hack Active Member

    Bush has become an embarrassment to true conservatives. They believe the only way to save conservatism now is by ousting them.

    If that's the case, then most probably feel that '08 is a lost cause and the focus should be on the 2010 midterms and 2012.
  3. Stretch15

    Stretch15 Member

    Let me pose a questions that my brother asked me:

    If Bush is as insane as it appears, would he go as far as canceling the next presidential elections to keep himself in power? Declaring a national state of emergency and halting all elections?

    If you thought he was scary now...
  4. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    No way that happens. Scary, yes. But no way -- even though this clod is turning out to be like the Huey Long-eqsue president in Sinclair Lewis's "It Can't Happen Here."
  5. Stretch15

    Stretch15 Member

    Slappy - why don't you think he would do that? He's taken us this far, why not take it a step further?
  6. spnited

    spnited Active Member

    You mean like Rudy Guiliani tried to do with the NYC Mayoral elections right after 9/11?
  7. JR

    JR Active Member

    Just read it.

    Hard to disagree with most of what the guy says but the tone strikes me as just slightly hysterical.

    Oh, and for some reason I found it funny that Robert's e-mail address is a yahoo account.

    Maybe you can e-mail Bush at : twobricksshortofaload@yahoo.com.
  8. However, his conspicuous concern for the activities of the Mossad, and the fact that this is Cockburn's website, make my skin itch a little.
  9. Johnny Dangerously

    Johnny Dangerously Active Member

    Interesting world of ours.

    Bush I brought up Hitler in making the case for stopping Saddam.
    Bush II hid behind Hitler references in his case for Iraq War II.
    Roberts speaks of Hitler in his argument for impeaching Bush II.

    JR, I agree about the tone, which will be seized upon by Rush, Hannity and others, because they really can't attack the central message. I understand F_B's concerns too. Reading it gave me an uneasy feeling on many levels.
  10. dooley_womack1

    dooley_womack1 Well-Known Member

    Maybe you can catch him on Messenger, too.
  11. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    All the talk from the NIE about possible attacks on U.S. soil makes me wonder...

    Beyond the actual deadly human cost of such an attack, what would it do politically? Would it re-rally support behind Bush? Would it send the whole country into a hysterical cluster frenzy? Would it allow for the imposition of martial law in certain respects?
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