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Censure needed

April 17, 2007

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To the editor:

I wonder when Congress is going to get fed up and censure the president.

Censure is a tool the Constitution provides for the Congress to deal with highly difficult, dangerous and rare situations like we find ourselves in today.

This president has not only misled the United States into the worst blunder in our history but he refuses to provide any remedy and continues to dump military personnel, hardware resources and our nation's financial future into the black hole his failed policy has created in the Middle East.

The American people now understand the invasion of Iraq was not about weapons of mass destruction but about a longstanding personal grudge the president held against Saddam Hussein.

The president is not only taking this nation down, but while we wring our hands and fret about what to do, we are being diverted from taking on the more important issue of global warming. We should take our proper role of leading a worldwide effort to get that under control before it is too late. Our fixation on Iraq is now threatening the entire planet.

It's time for Congress to say enough is enough and get on with censuring the president if he continues to refuse to work with them.

If the president still refuses to comply with Congress and the American people, his failure will amount to opening the door to impeachment proceedings.

Les Blevins,

Lawrence

Comments

Silence_Dogood 7 years ago

right_thinker: you, of all people, shouldn't tell somebody else to get a life. What do you do all day? Tool.

Right-thinker hates America. So does your_mom.

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Agnostick 7 years ago

Okay, this is a big leap... but try to stick with me...

What if... mistakes were made? What if the intelligence was incorrect?

Wouldn't it be better to admit the mistake... move on... get the soldiers on the collective tail of Al Qaeda?

Indonesia?

Philippines?

Afghanistan?

Why get shot up in another nation's civil war?

I really do not think it is "un-American" to ask these types of questions. Dissent is about as "American" as it gets.

--Ag

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Pilgrim 7 years ago

Posted by Agnostick (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 10:26 p.m.

And yet, where is France on this list?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coalition_F...

Germany?

Egypt?

Russia?

Israel?


Ask Dennis Moore, among others. That was the list of countries he recounted in a radio interview this morning. And he got pre-war intelligence briefings as a member of Congress.

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OZ 7 years ago

Update;

Brought to you by The Bush Crime Family X-tian Casket

Companythe AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, HYPOCRITICAL X-TIAN, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, PEDOPHILE LOVING, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA continues to MURDER & TORTURE & SPEND TAX MONEYU.S. MILITARY

DEATHS IN IRAQ: 3,311 and risingU.S. MILITARY

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

Ps.

right_stinkerTHING, why aren't YOU in IRAQ?

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

"Suck it up, LJWorld, start moderating your frakking boards!"- Tychoperson

They did.

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OZ 7 years ago

Looks like the "PilGRIM" still has a 6 foot chasm between his ears. A Hallmark of the Radical Reich Wing Lunatics.

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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Pilgrim 7 years ago

Posted by Agnostick (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 8:46 p.m.

I think Les was probably referring to this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_D...


So? We all know the looney left exists in Great Britain, too. And even if you toss out the British intelligence findings, you still have France, Germany, Egypt, Russia, and Israel, at the minimum, to try to discredit, as well. I doubt you're up to the task, but knock yourself out.

How about sticking to the issues for a change?


Les wants to claim we were misled by the President, so the intelligence with which he was advised is precisely the issue.

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blackwalnut 7 years ago

"Where are the indictments, proceedings?

What up?

Been at least three years."

It's been only 3 months since we had a Congress with the power to investigate the truth.

BushCo's toadies were in power the other 6 years.

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Calliope877 7 years ago

Posted by Calliope877 (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 12:17 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 11:43 a.m. (Suggest removal) "God Bless America, Lord forgive the heathen masses known as the Democratic party, Lord forgive them for sacraficing their young at the alter of abortion. Lord forgive them for persecuting Your church. Lord, open their minds and their hearts that they may understand the ignorance and depravity in which they revell in. Lord give them courage to stand and be Americans again."

Lord, please send a lightning bolt down from heaven into Your_Mom's head...maybe it'll activate some dormant brain cells.

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 12:33 p.m.

(This comment was removed by the site staff for violation of use policy.)

Posted by temperance (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 12:43 p.m. (Suggest removal)

"Someone so pathetic they have no friends and no means of communication except to seek negative attention on an anonymous blog."

So, writing up your prayers on an anonymous blog ISN'T pathetic?

God isn't going to listen to you if you keep referring to us as "heathen masses." She's a lot more understanding than you give her credit for.

Your_Mom,

Just by reading your posts, I don't think you have a true grasp on your own religion. And it's unfortunate that you, and so many others like you (like MOST everyone who elected Bush for a second term...I'm sure some geniunely intelligent people were misguided) don't have a comprehensive understanding about American history or politics, or what it really means to be American.

Believe it or not, this country was not based off Christian principles. Most of our founding fathers didn't care much for Christianity -- do some research if you don't believe me.

America doesn't and shouldn't have a national religion. Why would our founding fathers envision a nation where the people could worship as they chose, or not worship at all? If America had a religion serving as government rather than a government created by the people and for the people there would be absolutely no tolerance for thought outside the boundries of that religion -- there would be no America.

So don't call those who don't think like you "Un-American." I know it's hard, but try to think about it first.

.

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Tychoman 7 years ago

Join the club, Jaycat. I say if yours and my posts are grounds for removal, then RT and YM should have been banned ages ago. Suck it up, LJWorld, start moderating your frakking boards!

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

"Bush has lied." crazyks

"Baseless Accusations? Each one can be proven!"- 50yearresident

Proof please---again, why taking so long for action?

NOTE: Not far-left propaganda-PROOF please.

Where are the indictments, proceedings?

What up?

Been at least three years.

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Agnostick 7 years ago

"Hey, Les, who misled whom? The intelligence services of Germany, France, Britain, Egypt, Israel, Russia, and several others reached the same WMD conclusions as our CIA. I don't think you can drop that in President Bush's lap. Except, of course, in your looney left, I-blame-Bush-for-everything (including KU losing to UCLA) bizarro world."


Pilgrim, your usual extremist hate spewage aside... I think Les was probably referring to this:

How about sticking to the issues for a change?

Thanks! :)

Agnostick agnostick@excite.com http://www.uscentrist.org

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50YearResident 7 years ago

Right-thinker posted<>

Baseless Accusations? Each one can be proven! Bush needs to join Nixon.

Show just one accusation that you think iis baseless and 100 people will produce the facts to prove it right.

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JayCat_67 7 years ago

Hey, wait a minute... I got a comment deleted. Now I'm OFFICIALLY crass and offensive! WOO HOO!

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Linda Endicott 7 years ago

Of course, Clinton didn't resign, either. According to you, his biggest sin is that he lied under oath.

Bush has lied. He just made sure he wasn't under oath at the time. I guess that makes it okay, huh?

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OZ 7 years ago

He has, acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, in violation or disregard of the constitutional rights of citizens, authorized and permitted to be maintained a secret investigative unit within the office of the President, financed in part with money derived from campaign contributions, which unlawfully utilized the resources of the Central Intelligence Agency, engaged in covert and unlawful activities, and attempted to prejudice the constitutional right of an accused to a fair trial.

He has failed to take care that the laws were faithfully executed by failing to act when he knew or had reason to know that his close subordinates endeavoured to impede and frustrate lawful inquiries by duly constituted executive, judicial and legislative entities concerning the unlawful entry into the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, and the cover-up thereof, and concerning other unlawful activities including those relating to the confirmation of Richard Kleindienst as Attorney General of the United States, the electronic surveillance of private citizens, the break-in into the offices of Dr. Lewis Fielding, and the campaign financing practices of the Committee to Re-elect the President.

In disregard of the rule of law, he knowingly misused the executive power by interfering with agencies of the executive branch, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Criminal Division, and the Office of Watergate Special Prosecution Force, of the Department of Justice, and the Central Intelligence Agency, in violation of his duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

In all of this, Richard M. Nixon has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as President and subversive of constitutional government, to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice and to the manifest injury of the people of the United States. Wherefore Richard M. Nixon, by such conduct, warrants impeachment and trial, and removal from office.

Adopted 28-10 by the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives. +++

There ya go, right_STINKERthing.

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by right_thinker (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 7:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Since you're bringing Nixon up alot here, "let me be perfectly clear":

There is no reason W should resign, did I miss something?

Why should he resign? Because 'people don't like him'?

Because he has an entire volume of baseless accusations being thrown around by folks like you?

What is it? +++

Here you go right_stinkerTHING, one facet would be the IDIOT DUBYA'S ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING, and subsequent violation of FISA--

From the NIXON Articles of Impeachment

Article 2 Using the powers of the office of President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in disregard of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has repeatedly engaged in conduct violating the constitutional rights of citizens, impairing the due and proper administration of justice and the conduct of lawful inquiries, or contravening the laws governing agencies of the executive branch and the purposed of these agencies. This conduct has included one or more of the following:

He has, acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, endeavoured to obtain from the Internal Revenue Service, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, confidential information contained in income tax returns for purposed not authorized by law, and to cause, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, income tax audits or other income tax investigations to be intitiated or conducted in a discriminatory manner.

He misused the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Secret Service, and other executive personnel, in violation or disregard of the constitutional rights of citizens, by directing or authorizing such agencies or personnel to conduct or continue electronic surveillance or other investigations for purposes unrelated to national security, the enforcement of laws, or any other lawful function of his office; he did direct, authorize, or permit the use of information obtained thereby for purposes unrelated to national security, the enforcement of laws, or any other lawful function of his office; and he did direct the concealment of certain records made by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of electronic surveillance.

Cont.

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guamku89 7 years ago

What a stupid letter. Such idiocy on display for the vast international readership of the ljworld. The only thing dumber than this letter are the blockheads, boneheads and boobs that agree with it.

What a Meathead.

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JayCat_67 7 years ago

OK, let's put it more bluntly. "Your-Mom" sounds an awful lot like conservativeman. Thanks for the attempted "poll" R-T.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

Since you're bringing Nixon up alot here, "let me be perfectly clear":

There is no reason W should resign, did I miss something?

Why should he resign? Because 'people don't like him'?

Because he has an entire volume of baseless accusations being thrown around by folks like you?

What is it?

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by right_thinker (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 6:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)

You know crazy, this whole Bush is stupid things wears thin.

In your small, limited world, do you think someone with low intelligence can become president? What and who are you? What have you done with your life? How smart are you?

Get a life. +++

Let's review the words of the IDIOT DUBYA;

"The role of the military is to fight and win war and, therefore, prevent war from happening in the first place." -- the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." --the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA --Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004

"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him." --the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA- -Washington, D.C., Sept. 13, 2001

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority." --the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA --Washington, D.C., March 13, 2002

"People don't need to worry about security." -- the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA, Feb. 23, 2006

"I'm the master of low expectations." --the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA --aboard Air Force One, June 4, 2003

"I'm also not very analytical. You know I don't spend a lot of time thinking about myself, about why I do things." --the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA --aboard Air Force One, June 4, 2003

It's true that seldom do IDIOTS consider other IDIOTS to be IDIOTS, this would explain your IDIOTIC position, right_stinkingTHING.

To be fair, right_stinkingTHING, I believe you and the IDIOT DUBYA are intellectual equals.

Praise CHEESES ! ! ! Ps. 3,309 American Soldiers have DIED due to the LIES of the IDIOT DUBYA.

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Linda Endicott 7 years ago

Do I think someone with low intelligence can become president? Why, yes, I do. Especially if they have the political and financial power of their families behind them.

I am a common American citizen, by the way. There are more of us than of the privileged. Never wanted to be president, thank you. No one in their right mind would, IMHO. You are under constant scrutiny for the rest of your natural life. Who the hell would want that?

So I'm smart enough not to hold public office, or even attempt to.

I can also pronounce nuclear properly.

But let me phrase it a different way, so you won't be as offended, dear.

At least Nixon wasn't stubborn enough not to resign.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

You know crazy, this whole Bush is stupid things wears thin.

In your small, limited world, do you think someone with low intelligence can become president? What and who are you? What have you done with your life? How smart are you?

Get a life.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

What say moderators about Jaycat67 5:03 and Tychoman 5:30 post?

OK to let stand?

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Linda Endicott 7 years ago

At least Nixon was intelligent enough to RESIGN, so they didn't have to go to the effort to impeach him.

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 5:47 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I think Conservativemen are gentlemen. Is that outlawed now in our 'new' society?

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Two things wrong with that post.

First, Conservative men, as a rule, are NOT gentlemen. Secondly, YOU DO NOT THINK.
Pew Lemmings. like you, are incapable of analytical and or original thought.

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

I think Conservativemen are gentlemen. Is that outlawed now in our 'new' society?

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Tychoman 7 years ago

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JayCat_67 7 years ago

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Pilgrim 7 years ago

"This president has not only misled the United States into the worst blunder in our history..."


Hey, Les, who misled whom? The intelligence services of Germany, France, Britain, Egypt, Israel, Russia, and several others reached the same WMD conclusions as our CIA. I don't think you can drop that in President Bush's lap. Except, of course, in your looney left, I-blame-Bush-for-everything (including KU losing to UCLA) bizarro world.

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Agnostick 7 years ago


Oh, the Merry-Go-Round broke down And we went round and round Each time t'would miss, we'd steal a kiss And the Merry-Go-Round went "Um-pah-pah, um-pah-pah Um-pah! Um-pah! Um-pah-pah-pah!' Oh, the Merry-Go-Round broke down And it made the darndest sound, The lights went low, we both said "Oh!" And the Merry-Go-Round went "Um-pah-pah, um-pah-pah Um-pah! Um-pah! Um-pah-pah-pah!' Oh what fun - a wonderful time Finding love for only a dime. Oh, the Merry-Go-Round broke down But you don't see me frown Things turned out fine and now she's mine - Cause the the Merry-Go-Round went "Um-pah-pah, um-pah-pah Um-pah! Um-pah! Um-pah-pah-pah!" Oh, the Merry-Go-Round broke down.

--Shep Fields/Russ Morgan


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Your_Mom 7 years ago

prioress,

The Republicans didn't "payback" the democrats for Nixons crime. Nixon got caught, it was his own doing.

The democrats came after Reagan with Iran-Contra. That got the republicans pissed off and they came after Clinton. Now the Democrats are coming after Bush and it is not 'even'. The Republicans will go after the democrats after this administration passes.

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

anxiousatheist?

Apparently you're not part of the "intellectual elite".

ROTFLMAO

aborionists (?)

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BigAl 7 years ago

Very well stated prioress.

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prioress 7 years ago

I don't think censure or impeachment would do much good at this point--it would only serve to waste valuable time and money, and pull our focus away from our brave military. GOOD POINT.

The critical thing right now is not to end the war, but to regain the focus we had back in 2001 and 2002. Target: Terrorist organizations, in any country on the globe. VERY GOOD POINT.

Impeachment or any other "convictions" within the current administration would simply be pardoned by the next Republican president. ALSO WELL-DONE. Impeachment is B.S. It was with Andy Jackson, Nixon never was and the Clinton thing was payback for Nixon's non-impeachment. We are even now; let's let history judge our presidents. If Dumbya lives long enough, he won't like what he reads. Get on with the real war on terror (not IRAQ) and get back to the diplomatic tables and talk to everyone around the world.

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scenebooster 7 years ago

You mean "your_mom" isn't part of the "intellectual elite"?

Shock and awe!

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Clint Gentry 7 years ago

Wow, "mom", two messages had to be removed in one day? And then you blame others? Was it the "liberal media"? Or the "aborionists"? Or the "intellectual elite"? It must of been one of those because it certainly wasn't anything you did, I mean you worship Jesus and Jeb, how could you do wrong? Boy am I glad your peers were nixed in the last election.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

I found nothing in Your_Moms' posts to in any way be any worse than posts by many, many very obnoxious, threatening, abusive and harassing on the left on this particular forum.

Where can I access the staff policy that governs the left-wing site users on LJW on-line (critically acclaimed and globally recognized)?

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OZ 7 years ago

Your_Mom, the blathering X-tian hypocrite, it's too bad you weren't married to the X_TIAN Martin K. Miller.

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 12:33 p.m.

(This comment was removed by the site staff for violation of use policy

BWAAA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

It's about TIME!

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

(*)nostick, Did you have my post removed? You, the name caller and insult leader on the forum police squad?

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deec 7 years ago

I wonder why the righties keep implying that there was a conspiracy between the government and WTC. Do they know something we don't? End sarcasm here.

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Curtiss 7 years ago

Oh, come on, Your_mom!

Are you really a leftist trying to make rightwingers look completely stupid? Or is that really what you think? Could you honestly be that ignorant?

First of all, let's touch on hypocrisy; here are some of your quotes from this page:

  • You can't articulate a thought without resorting to name calling?

  • You're a bigot and racist. Did you get dropped on your head?

  • The LTE writer is a Blevining Idiot.

  • Lord forgive the heathen masses known as the Democratic party

Thanks for showing us the classy way to discuss events, without name calling.

Second, are you for real? You write:

"Voting conspiracies X 2? Making up a war conspiracy?"

OK. So I guess you never read the papers or watch the news.

I guess you didn't even know that all the major media pooled their money to have a major auditing firm count the 2000 Florida votes since nobody else would count them.

I guess you didn't know Congress ordered a major investigation of the 2004 Ohio vote, where, among MANY other crimes, votes were counted in a locked room with no media supervision, which is AGAINST THE LAW!

I guess you didn't know there were actually no WMDs found in Iraq. I guess you didn't know we attacked a country that was no threat to us because the people who put Bush in office already had a plan to attack Iraq (PNAC, look it up) before they even picked W to be their chump.

I guess you didn't know Iraq had zero to do with 9/11.

But holy moley, ma'am; most people who are so ignorant about so much would keep their mouths shut, rather than display their ignorance in a public forum.

I know it's real hard, but try to grasp this concept:

Just because you didn't know it doesn't mean it didn't happen.

How could someone possibly be so ignorant? I guess you could never watch the news and never read the newspaper.

But of course, if you really want to be ignorant, a major study shows the best way is to watch Fox News.

My guess is that's what's happened here.

Frankly, you're embarassing yourself and giving conservatives a bad name. Some of my best friends are conservatives, and they're not all ignorant and proud of it.

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 12:33 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The Godless Secular Progressives ranting their hate and violence again. No ideas except hate and violence. +++

I bet you DANCE WITH RATTLE SNAKES, you mindless, ranting, hypocritical, X-Tian.

Take your RADICAL, HATE-FILLED, IGNNORANT, BIGOTED, HYPOCRITICAL X-TIAN AGENDA AND SHOVE IT!

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 7:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

He is a two term president. He was elected to a second term during the war. He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem.

Les, Get a clue.

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"Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official." --President Theodore Roosevelt

"To announce that there should be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, it is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American people"
--President Theodore Roosevelt Kansas City Star, May 7, 1918

Looks like YOU'RE the UNPATRIOTIC one, You"re_Moms_MABLEY.

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Moms MABLEY (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 7:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

He is a two term president. He was elected to a second term during the war. He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem.

Les, Get a clue. +++

When do YOU leave for IRAQ, Moms Mabley, you hypocritical X-tian, fecal remnant?

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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OZ 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 7:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

He is a two term president. He was elected to a second term during the war. He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem.

Les, Get a clue. +++

Here are some CLUES for YOU!

the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, HYPOCRITICAL X-TIAN, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, PEDOPHILE LOVING, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA continues to MURDER & TORTURE & SPEND TAX MONEYU.S. MILITARY

DEATHS IN IRAQ: 3,309 and risingU.S. MILITARY

WOUNDED & MAIMED IN IRAQ: 78,900 and risingIRAQI

CIVILIAN DEAD men, DEAD women and DEAD CHILDREN (MINIMUM): 689,500 and rising

1,577 (plus) DEAD from KATRINA and the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, PEDOPHILE LOVING, IDIOT DUBYA'S incompetence and willful neglect all while on FIVE WEEK VACATION; the IDIOT DUBYA KILLS AT HOME, TOO!the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, PEDOPHILE LOVING, BAGHDAD BUSH AKA IDIOT DUBYA'S "FAMILY" members injured, maimed or dead in Iraq or even SERVING their COUNTRY in MILITARY SERVICE = N--O--N--E !!!!

The AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, BAGHDAD BUSH aka IDIOT DUBYA'S administration has drafted amendments to the War Crimes Act that RETROACTIVELY protects policy-makers from possible criminal charges for authorizing humiliating and degrading treatment of detainees, according to lawyers who have seen the proposal. The White House, without elaboration, said in a statement that the bill "will apply to any conduct by any U.S. personnel, whether committed before or after the law is enacted"This amendment is NOT the action of innocent people. Innocent until TORTURED GUILTY.

Of course, the incompetent, seditious and treasonous Condi Rice, DISMISSING Tenet's warnings on July 10, 2001, that OSSAMA BIN LADEN will ATTACK the UNITED STATES & the AWOL, ALCOHOLIC, COCAINE ADDICTED, DRY DRUNK, FUNCTIONING ILLITERATE, BAGHDAD BUSH aka the IDIOT DUBYA IGNORING the Presidential Daily Briefing, Dated, August 06, 2001, that OSSAMA BIN LADEN will ATTACK the UNITED STATES, is responsible for ALL the DEATHS of 9-11.``"To initiate a war of aggression, therefore, is not only an international crime; it is the SUPREME INTERNATIONAL CRIME differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole." -- US Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson, presiding Nuremburg Trials 1946

$ 768 BILLION DOLLARS of American TAXPAYER MONEY Spent by the IDIOT DUBYA on IRAQ and IRAQIS, NOT on America or for Americans.Including $12 BILLION sent to Iraq IN CASH that subsequently and immediately disappeared, its weight was 340 TONS

Praise CHEESES ! ! !

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

"I wonder when Congress is going to get fed up and censure the president."- Les Blevins

In all honesty, I continue to wonder the same. And, I thought the goal was indict, impeach, imprison. I am glad to see the lefts' position has softened---but what's new.

You guys are tee-totally-riffic!!

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temperance 7 years ago

"Someone so pathetic they have no friends and no means of communication except to seek negative attention on an anonymous blog."

So, writing up your prayers on an anonymous blog ISN'T pathetic?

God isn't going to listen to you if you keep referring to us as "heathen masses." She's a lot more understanding than you give her credit for.

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

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Calliope877 7 years ago

Posted by Your_Mom (anonymous) on April 17, 2007 at 11:43 a.m. (Suggest removal) "God Bless America, Lord forgive the heathen masses known as the Democratic party, Lord forgive them for sacraficing their young at the alter of abortion. Lord forgive them for persecuting Your church. Lord, open their minds and their hearts that they may understand the ignorance and depravity in which they revell in. Lord give them courage to stand and be Americans again."

Lord, please send a lightning bolt down from heaven into Your_Mom's head...maybe it'll activate some dormant brain cells.

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Agnostick 7 years ago

Well, Your_Perv, just remember who it was that gave us "The X-Files"....

And I'd add one more bit to that wonderful prayer of yours:

"Lord, Thank You for providing us a quick and easy means to discern the hypocrites in our midst, so that we may rebuke them."

And now, if you'll open up your hymnals, we'll sing a couple of songs, while the sinners among you come up for a touch of that HEALING POWER... and then we're gonna raffle off a couple of turkeys!


Let us all (All go back) To the Old (Old landmark) Let us all to the Old (All go back Old Landmark) Let us stay in the service of the Lord Jesus, ohh! (He's my Lord, oh, my Lord) Let us preach of the Old At the... (Hey! Hey!) Landmark Praise the Lord, well! Let us preach, at the Old Preach the Word, all the way Yeah, preach Preach the Word, all the way Do it, know it, fell it (All people) People, people, well (Preach the Word) Let us preach, at the Old (Preach the Word, Old Landmark) Preach the Word, at the Old (Preach the Word, Old Landmark) Preach the Word, at the Old (Preach the Word, Old Landmark) Preach the Word, at the Old (Preach the Word, Old Landmark) Preach the Word, at the Old (Preach the Word, Old Landmark) People, now Brothers, sisters Yeah, Lord, Yeah, Lord, Yeah, Lord, Yeah, Lord Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh Oh, Lord Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh Oh, child Let us all, to the Old (All go back, Old Landmark) Let us all, to the Old (All go back, Old Landmark) Turnin', yearnin', learnin', burnin' Gonna go back, Ahh (Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh) Gonna go back, Ahh (Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh) Gonna go back, Ahh (Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh) Gonna go back, Ahh (Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh)

Let us stay in the service of the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!

--A.M.Brunner


Agnostick agnostick@excite.com http://www.uscentrist.org

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Linda Endicott 7 years ago

You're beginning to sound like Phred, YM.

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Jamesaust 7 years ago

"Lord give them courage to stand and be Americans again."

Ah yes, Americans -- God's chosen people. (Take that, Canada!)

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Jamesaust 7 years ago

Ah Les, no bio-mass-fueled, magnetic levitating trains to write about this month?

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

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temperance 7 years ago

Curtiss -- thank you for pointing this out: "First, he's only a "war president" because he made up a war. That's not an accomplishment. . . ." Exactly.
It's also not the best ground to claim that W has widespread support ("but we reelected him even during a war!")

Hey, Your_Mom, why do you hate Americans? "A Washington Post-ABC News poll of 1,141 adults, conducted April 12-15, found that 58 percent trusted the Democrats in Congress to do a better job handling the situation in Iraq, compared with 33 percent who trusted Bush." from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/con...

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pelliott 7 years ago

I just wish the troops were supported. SO many dead and maimed. Trillions and the US not safer, probably less. George telling the new house and senate he wants his war funding bill right now with no tack ons, something he didn't even ask for from the repulicans. He seems to be lost to any idea of even appearing to care about the multitiude of domestic problems. The GI bill reduced, GI benifits reduced, families left at home with stripped support services, pay erratic, Walter Reed and the VA's degraded, serving the amputees, blind, with paper work rather than help. Support our troops, change the VA system to Blue Cross and Blue shield cards, paid.
He acts oblivious that his one ecology move was to tout using corn and beans and converting them to gasoline. That is poor people's food, it translates to "how many miles do you get per child?" Censure, impeach, nixon rode into his second election dodging the lies and scandals then we watched who we elected hit the front pages. i guess the worst is we elected George because we didn't want to face being adults about how to fix problems, he offered us lies and chest pumping and we voted for him, to avoid the work that needs to be done.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

Talk about examples of bizarro:

"He was not elected, he cheated. He was not re-elected, he cheated." -Curtiss

You forgot he dropped theWTC's, Curtiss.

AND:

"As soon as members of the administration testify under oath, their previoius actions don't matter."

Ummm, nightmare, all right already. I accede, accede!!

For crying out loud! When will we do it then?! You far-left W haters have been saying this for three years at minimum----let's get the show on the road....I'm ready----indict, impeach, imprison----I don't care....for Gods' sake!

You have a Dem Majority--now for four months---are the Defeat-O-Crats THAT lame?

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50YearResident 7 years ago

Curtiss, I agree 100%. Everything you said is true. Supporters of Bush need to take off thier rose colored glasses and see Bush for what he really is.

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Agnostick 7 years ago

I don't think censure or impeachment would do much good at this point--it would only serve to wast valuable time and money, and pull our focus away from our brave military.

The critical thing right now is not to end the war, but to regain the focus we had back in 2001 and 2002. Target: Terrorist organizations, in any country on the globe.

Priority #1: Osama Bin Laden, and then work our way down the "leadership ladder" of Al Qaeda.

Impeachment or any other "convictions" within the current administration would simply be pardoned by the next Republican president.

Agnostick agnostick@excite.com http://www.uscentrist.org

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Agnostick 7 years ago

Your_Perv can't stand it, can it?

ROFLMAO!!!!!

Agnostick agnostick@excite.com http://www.uscentrist.org

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Linda Endicott 7 years ago

Anyone lost any e-mails lately?

Not that it's a cover-up...gee, it happens to everyone...

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yourworstnightmare 7 years ago

Let's start small. As soon as members of the administration testify under oath, their previoius actions don't matter. What will matter then is them lying under oath.

The reps know this well, as they used it on Clinton.

"We have nothing to cover up but the cover-up itself".

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sourpuss 7 years ago

Les Blevins writes a lot of letters...

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Curtiss 7 years ago

Always fascinating whenever there's a political letter in the JW, to see these bizarros crawl out from under their rocks to shout their praise for Bush, no matter what the facts say. They're like those weird cults who believe some failed Amway salesman is an alien messiah sent by God.

Doesn't it make you wonder what goes wrong in people's brains?

Like Your_Mom, who says above: "He was elected to a second term during the war. He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem."

First, he's only a "war president" because he made up a war. That's not an accomplishment, that's a serious f**k up.

Second, as I have to remind people about every six weeks here, he was not elected. The only accurate count and audit of the 2000 Florida ballots showed Gore actually won the state by several thousand votes (and therefore, won the presidency). The GAO, the non-partisan investigative arm of congress, officially labeled the results of the 2004 election in Ohio "unknowable" because of massive cheating, all of which was done on behalf of Bush.

So no, "Mom." He was not elected, he cheated. He was not re-elected, he cheated. He is not representing the American people quite well, not even the thirty percent who think he is.

And if you think that objecting to criminals and liars who steal the treasury, run the country into the ground and have our children sent off to oil wars is unAmerican, then you've got some serious issues that may require counseling. The constitution states clearly that supervising our government is the responsibility of every American. You should read it some time.

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scenebooster 7 years ago

"He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem."

Uh huh. Keep shopping, mom.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

".....only 30% of the public still supports the guy, and that's just the hard-core right wingers." -RC

Well now, if you subtract the kooky far-left, which I always do first in my complex mathematical equations, then subtract every American who is on psychotropics (allow for overlap), VOILA! ( You lefties love the French)...you have your 30% of normal folks.

Simple.

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Reality_Check 7 years ago

Actually, prioress, the voters did vote for change on November 7, 2006. They said, "we want the OTHER party in control, and we want out of this war."

And the other party is now trying to do the voter's bidding by getting us out of the stupid war...as they promised.

Cracks me up: 59% of the public wants us out of Iraq. The Iraqi people want us out of Iraq. The rest of the world wants us out of Iraq. Even some Republican members of Congreess hear these voices. But yet our truly stupid president just goes on and acts like none of that is true.

Remember, only 30% of the public still supports the guy, and that's just the hard-core right wingers. He has already gone down as the worst president in at least 100 years.

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trinity 7 years ago

i dunno, i rather liked the letter&agree with it. when is enough going to be enough? when is the microscope going to be focused? when are people going to realize that the media continually feeds lies, inaccuracies, and propaganda? let me guess-faux news is the real news, eh? yeah. ok.

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prioress 7 years ago

Pointless letter. The voters had two chances to censure Dumbya and didn't do it. History will judge his follies, and perhaps the international courts. Give it up already!

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

Wow, you managed to besmirch a Jew, an African-American female and a Latino all in one post, anxious. So much for racial tolerance from the far-left.

BRAVO!

If Clinton had keeped his zipper closed, at best his presidency would have inconsequential and forgettable.

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Clint Gentry 7 years ago

Hey Mom and Righty, I can't wait to see Condoleeza up in those bright lights, blinking away at questions she knows she can't answer without admiting war crimes. Also can't wait to see Alberto fumble for the correct words to draw attention away from his ineptness. Also Wolfowitz is looking good huh? Also censure of Clinton was okay because he was a ood president that people loved. You support war criminals, open your eyes.

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Tom Shewmon 7 years ago

What are they going to censure him for is the first question chuckling. The Dems can't even organize themselves in the hysterical state of mind they're currently in enough to pin anything on him---EVEN with ALL the subpeonas and committees etc etc. They (Dems) brains either atrophied or they developed a serious complex since '94. Either way, they are one seriously screwed up bunch.....yet Jamesaust says their "poll numbers" are higher than ever...I say "whatever.

Hey, if the Dems got somethin', censure the guy---big friggin' deal.

You think it would've mattered to Willy? Well, it probably won't matter to W either.

Censure away---censure, censure, censure.....and our enemies get a bonus too.

Censure, censure, censure!

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Your_Mom 7 years ago

He is a two term president. He was elected to a second term during the war. He is representing the American people quite well. It is you unAmerican people that are the problem.

Les, Get a clue.

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classclown 7 years ago

Has it been a month already?

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