To the editor:
Remember the "Axis of Evil"?
We invaded one of them, found out they weren't a threat but changed them into one. The other two are threats. They have or soon will have operational nuclear weapons, boast about them on the international stage and our inept foreign policy actually strengthened their hands. Iran and North Korea, both of whom we are in arms control negotiations with, simply sit back and watch us get stuck in the quagmire that has become Iraq.
By President Bush's own admission, more than 30,000 Iraqi civilians had died since we blundered in, thinking we'd be greeted as liberators and our path strewn with flower petals. Almost 2,200 U.S. military personnel have died while the Bush administration turned Iraq into a terrorist training ground rather than clearing the land of terrorists and their allies.
And now the administration has decided that U.S. laws and the Constitution don't apply to them and has started secretly spying on American citizens, bypassing civil liberties safeguards.
How much more damage will these people do before they are called to account?
Impeach him now and remove him from office.