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Vote YES on the Moveon.org Impeachment Poll

W.C. Varones sends us a link dripping with irony....

The idiots at moveon.org -a group founded to oppose the impeachment of Clinton for breaking the law- is now sponsoring a poll on impeaching George Bush -- because they disagree with him.

I urge you... no beg you.. to vote YES early and often as W. C. says, "MorOn.org and the Kos kids drive the Democratic Congressional agenda. If we can get them focused on impeachment, it will distract them from passing bad laws."

Every good conservative should vote 2 or 3 times on this one.


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Comments (52)

Do they really want to make... (Below threshold)

Do they really want to make Cheney President? IMHO, he wouldn't be worse, and probably would be more effective.

According to the newest Gal... (Below threshold)
dr lava:

According to the newest Gallup poll released today Bush now has an approval rating of 28%....isn't it ironic that that is where his old man bottomed out.

Listen Paul you gotta turn of Fox and get out among the people. Not only is this hapless fool of a president "not approved of" he is despised by about 70% of America.

You must live in Utah.....and I bet last November was a big surprise to you. Hey man, you think you will wake up from your societal coma when NO republicans or conservatives are elected in 08?

The conservative movement is dead...and you're are too delusional to be pissed at the people that killed it for you.

Grow up Paul.

dr lava: Democrat majority?... (Below threshold)
jhow66:

dr lava: Democrat majority? How do you spell VETO? (raining again.)

Finally a German editor get... (Below threshold)
Allen:

Finally a German editor gets it correct. Mathis Dapfner, CEO, has a article in Germany's largest daily paper, the Die Welt.

Research the article everyone. Just maybe this will wake more American's up to what the hell is happening in Europe and the US.

The title to his article is, "Europe, thy name is cowardice". He pulls no punches in his article, and IMO everyone should read it.

Hey, Doc (by the way, if yo... (Below threshold)

Hey, Doc (by the way, if you're not a real doctor, I am hereby offended by your use of "dr" in your username)...

What, specifically, are the "crimes" that Mr. Bush has committed? In order to impeach ya gotta have a crime, ya know (or maybe you don't).

And, as Diane pointed out, do you really want President Richard Cheney?

yes Lava, after years of ba... (Below threshold)
Zelsdorf Ragshaft III:

yes Lava, after years of bashing by the bias media, Bush polls show low approval. Whereas the Democratic majority polls somewhat lower and they have both the print media and most of TV news on their side. Maybe Pelosi and Reid are not effective traitors, I mean leaders.

Oh yeah, I bet 70% DESPISE ... (Below threshold)
Jo:

Oh yeah, I bet 70% DESPISE President Bush. ROFLMAO. Drama Queen much?

Keep amusing us with this sort of stuff.

Dapfner's article, referenc... (Below threshold)

Dapfner's article, referenced by Allen above, was published three years ago.

It's part of a current right wing email campaign -- but no one mentions that context - its age. It was written in 2004.

Hey Jo , I just heard a r... (Below threshold)
Rob LA Ca.:

Hey Jo , I just heard a rumbling WAAAAA! fly over my city at the speed of light. LOL.

dr lava , if your sonic screams cracks my bay window I'll be sending you the bill.

Lee your a liar as we all... (Below threshold)
Rob LA Ca.:

Lee your a liar as we all know. To demonstrate how the democrat party of perpetual fraud opperates is as simple as this pathetic little lie from Lee.

Here is the Fact and the truth of the matter. Date published 12-6-2004. 2years 6 months ago. Lee had the facts and chose to distort , mislead and lie. That is what democrats do. Proven a liar again liar, what do have to say for yourself?

Lee, the question is, is th... (Below threshold)

Lee, the question is, is the article still relevant?

If so, the date of publication is irrelevant.

Nice try, tho.

What the dear demented "dr ... (Below threshold)

What the dear demented "dr lava" fails to comprehend is that many of us who are dissatisfied with Bush are still conservative. Yes, I'm probably part of that 72%, but if you are so stupid as to think that translates into me supporting the Democrats, you are smoking something and chances are, it's illegal.

VW

According to the n... (Below threshold)
According to the newest Gallup poll released today Bush now has an approval rating of 28%....isn't it ironic that that is where his old man bottomed out.

Listen Paul you gotta turn of Fox and get out among the people. Not only is this hapless fool of a president "not approved of" he is despised by about 70% of America.

Okay dr lava, I'm supposed to take to heart that 72% of what, 1,000 people don't like Bush?

What you and your ilk fail to realize is that people aren't enamored nor do they care for all these polls that you donkeys constantly site as evidence for the great American lean to the left. Maybe on college campuses where cultural marxism is alive and well, but most people aren't going to fall for it.

Thanks for putting a smile ... (Below threshold)

Thanks for putting a smile on my face. What a great idea.

paul, is focusing Bushianis... (Below threshold)
bryanD:

paul, is focusing Bushianism's ever-dessicating psychic energy on diddling with a top-down push poll a wise use of time? There's still a war czar to shanghai! mea culpas to rehearse.

violence, exactly. I love ... (Below threshold)
Jo:

violence, exactly. I love how the liberals think that 70% disapproval rating = 70% DESPISE the president. Despire!

Riiiiiight.

And anyway, I don't buy the poll numbers anyway. They're always bogus.

So keep dreaming libs. Bush is here to stay, and he's not hated. It's only you crazy moonbats who hate him.

Keep believing those polls ... (Below threshold)
SShiell:

Keep believing those polls - those polls said Kerry won in 2004!

Does that make you feel any better?

bryanD majored in stupidity... (Below threshold)
Scrapiron:

bryanD majored in stupidity. What is his minor, Under water basket weaving?

I can go out and take a poll today that approves the hanging of the phony ? Dr and those polled won't even know what they answered, but he'll be lynched none the less. Ever read the antique MSM poll questions. There are no right answers. Give a one word answer to 'Have you quit beating your wife?' I don't even take conservative polls because there is not enough choices or there is no right answer. Believing polls is for fools.

I do so love the democrats drive for diversity:
by Patrick J. Buchanan

Since the massacre of 32 students and teachers at Virginia Tech, the mainstream media have obsessed over the fact the crazed gunman was able to buy a Glock in the state of Virginia.

Little attention has been paid to the Richmond legislators who voted to make "Hokie Nation," a Middle American campus of 26,000 kids, a gun-free zone where only the madman had a semi-automatic.

Almost no attention has been paid to the fact that Cho Seung-Hui was not an American at all, but an immigrant, an alien. Had this deranged young man who secretly hated us never come here, 32 people would be heading home from Blacksburg for summer vacation.

What was Cho doing here? How did he get in?

Cho was among the 864,000 Koreans here as a result of the Immigration Act of 1965, which threw the nation's doors open to the greatest invasion in history, an invasion opposed by a majority of our people. Thirty-six million, almost all from countries whose peoples have never fully assimilated in any Western country, now live in our midst.Cho was one of them.

In stories about him, we learn he had no friends, rarely spoke and was a loner, isolated from classmates and roommates. Cho was the alien in Hokie Nation. And to vent his rage at those with whom he could not communicate, he decided to kill in cold blood dozens of us.

What happened in Blacksburg cannot be divorced from what's been happening to America since the immigration act brought tens of millions of strangers to these shores, even as the old bonds of national community began to disintegrate and dissolve in the social revolutions of the 1960s.

To intellectuals, what makes America a nation is ideas - ideas in the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, Gettysburg Address and Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech.

But documents no matter how eloquent and words no matter how lovely do not a nation make. Before 1970, we were a people, a community, a country. Students would have said aloud of Cho: "Who is this guy? What's the matter with him?"

Teachers would have taken action to get him help - or get him out.

Since the 1960s, we have become alienated from one another even as millions of strangers arrive every year. And as Americans no longer share the old ties of history, heritage, faith, language, tradition, culture, music, myth or morality, how can immigrants share those ties?

Many immigrants do not assimilate. Many do not wish to. They seek community in their separate subdivisions of our multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic, multilingual mammoth mall of a nation. And in numbers higher than our native born, some are going berserk here.

The 1993 bombers of the World Trade Center and the killers of 9-11 were all immigrants or illegals. Colin Ferguson, the Jamaican who massacred six and wounded 19 in an anti-white shooting spree on the Long Island Railroad, was an illegal. John Lee Malvo, the Beltway Sniper, was flotsam from the Caribbean.

Angel Resendez, the border-jumping rapist who killed at least nine women, was an illegal alien. Julio Gonzalez, who burned down the Happy Land social club in New York, killing 87, arrived in the Mariel boatlift.

Ali Hassan Abu Kama, who wounded seven, killing one, in a rampage on the observation deck of the Empire State Building, was a Palestinian. As was Sirhan Sirhan, the assassin of Robert Kennedy.

The rifleman who murdered two CIA employees at the McLean, Va., headquarters was a Pakistani. When Chai Vang, a Hmong, was told by a party of Wisconsin hunters to vacate their deer stand, he shot six to death. Peter Odighizuwa, the gunman who killed the dean, a teacher and a student at the Appalachian School of Law, was a Nigerian.

Hesham Hadayet, who shot up the El Al counter at LAX, killing two and wounding four, was an Egyptian immigrant. Gamil al-Batouti, the copilot who yelled, "I put my faith in Allah's hands," as he crashed his plane into the Atlantic after departing JFK Airport, killing 217, was an Egyptian.

Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar, the UNC graduate who ran his SUV over nine people on Chapel Hill campus and said he was "thankful for the opportunity to spread the will of Allah," was an Iranian.

Juan Corona, who murdered 25 people in California to be ranked with the likes of Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, was a Mexican.

Where does one find such facts? On VDARE.com, a website that covers the dark side of diversity covered up by a politically correct media, which seem to believe it is socially unhealthy for us Americans to see any correlation at all between mass migrations and mass murder.

"In our diversity is our strength!" So we are endlessly lectured.

But are we really a better, safer, freer, happier, more united and caring country than we were before, against our will, we became what Theodore Roosevelt called "a polyglot boarding house for the world"?

http://buchanan.org/blog/?p=731

You can add thousands of American citizens killed yearly by criminal (there is no such thing as an illegal) Mexicans.

I took the poll on Moron.cr... (Below threshold)
Scrapiron:

I took the poll on Moron.crazy and put the reason the president should be impeached as, the democrats are crazy enough to try someone that has comitted no crime. Actually he has saved hundreds of thousands of lives, including the liberal that don't deserve to live.

Actually, Rob, it looks lik... (Below threshold)

Actually, Rob, it looks like the article was published on November 20, 2004. In your rush to prove your stupidity you quoted the date the newsletter quoting the article was published, not the actual article publication date.

Here's a link to the original (as near as I can tell) publication.

3 years, or 2 years and seven months, only a moron conservative would notice or care.

Speaking of moron conservatives, anyone else notice that Scrappy is now quoting Patrick Buchanan? Good grief - are Reagan and Buchanan the best you guys can do? Don't you think you ought to find a presidential candidate who is quotable and believeable? Instead of a dead guy or one who's already been shunned by own his own party?

Or do you guys plan to run Nancy Reagan for President? She'll nail you on the stem cell issue, so be careful... lol

Yeah, Lee, Reagan was prett... (Below threshold)

Yeah, Lee, Reagan was pretty dismal as a President. He eliminated the Carter-created "stagflation" (Wiki that word if you don't comprehend it), won the Cold War despite being opposed by the whining left who thought the Cold War was lost (shades of Harry Reid), and gave America purpose again.

Of course, since you were busy having your diapers changed when he was President, no doubt you never learned that in your leftist indoctrination center... a/k/a publik skool, presented by the NEA.

<a href="http://video.googl... (Below threshold)
What the matter "pucker pus... (Below threshold)
jhow66:

What the matter "pucker puss" (lee lee) (RTP) (RM)
(known as LEE WARD over at blue) getting tired of cut and paste over at blue? Or is it that you have "too many reponses" to your threads. he he 9raining again)

Of course, since you wer... (Below threshold)
average wizbang poster:

Of course, since you were busy having your diapers changed when he was President, no doubt you never learned that in your leftist indoctrination center... a/k/a publik skool, presented by the NEA.

Oh the irony of that one, considering Nancy changed Ronnies diapers from 1982 on. He gave a whole new meaning to the term 'trickle down theory', trickling down his leg perhaps.

Nancy changed Ronnies di... (Below threshold)

Nancy changed Ronnies diapers from 1982 on.

At least it was his wife who saw him with his pants down, not an intern.

After the report on CNN's S... (Below threshold)
Wieder:

After the report on CNN's Situation Room this past Friday about the UK diplomat, Carne Ross and his story about the deliberate Bush manipulation of Iraq intelligence, A FULL AND COMPLETE IMPEACHMENT INVESTIGATION OF BUSH & CHENEY IS THE ONLY RESPONSIBLE THING TO DO.

You Wizfools can berate MoveOn all you want, but if you had the slightest shred of patriotic love for your country rather than right-wing butt-sucking sycophancy, you would be demanding an investigation.

The smoking guns on Bush & Cheney are all over the place and there is now more than sufficient information about how we were lied into this Iraq mess to begin impeachment hearings.

Dr. Lava - it was a Newswee... (Below threshold)
Michael:

Dr. Lava - it was a Newsweek poll. A poll result created to support a spurious assumption. Everybody knows that Newsweek polls are worthless. Sheesh!...what a maroon.

At least it was his wife... (Below threshold)
average wizbang poster:

At least it was his wife who saw him with his pants down, not an intern.

There's more of that famous wingnut wit in action. I guess that was supposed to be a hit on Clinton. What woman would want to see Reagans clogged colon in the first place, I can only hope it was 'Mommy' as he called Nancy.

Why are all the wingnuts so hung up on sex anyhow? Are you just bitter that Clinton gets more play than you do? Are you tethered to some tub of guts you call a wife?

Wow Weider. CNN's Situatio... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

Wow Weider. CNN's Situation room... if it is that clear, perhaps you should summarize the high crimes, misdemeanors or treason that clearly call for impeachment. Details, citations, etc. Avoid emotion and opinion, if you will.

Off topic: Lee, did you happen to live in/around York PA in the early to mid 1990s?

Berate my wit all you want,... (Below threshold)

Berate my wit all you want, average.

You know that in a battle of wits, you're unarmed.

And you're not worth wasting any more bandwidth on.

Pat Mebum and Harry Nipples... (Below threshold)
Brendan James:

Pat Mebum and Harry Nipples voted yes.

Later today I think I can get Ben Dover and Chuck Roast to vote too.

I am a Batman fan, so I had... (Below threshold)

I am a Batman fan, so I had Jack Napier, Edward Nygma, and Oswald Cobblepot vote yes.

Extra geek points for anyone who can tell me the better-known names for those three villains.

Further to Varones' and Pau... (Below threshold)
huntsvilex:

Further to Varones' and Paul's main point, the "irony" (how polite) is even more amusing when you read MoveOn.org's actual own "Short History" on their website:

"MoveOn.org Civic Action was started by Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. Although neither had experience in politics, they shared deep frustration with the partisan warfare in Washington D.C. and the ridiculous waste of our nation's focus at the time of the impeachment mess. On September 18th 1998, they launched an online petition to "Censure President Clinton and Move On to Pressing Issues Facing the Nation." Within days they had hundreds of thousands of individuals signed up, and began looking for ways these voices could be heard."

CCG: You're speaking of Ner... (Below threshold)
bryanD:

CCG: You're speaking of Nerd Points. Geeks do numbers and programs and widgets. Nerds watch TV.

Question: Kirk or Picard? ("Fred" is inadmissable)

SCSIwuzzy, here's your "Det... (Below threshold)
marc:

SCSIwuzzy, here's your "Details, citations."

Most especially "details,"
details as in I have no job now BUT, I'll get paid £40,000 a year to dig up dirt.

Jack Napier, Edward Nyg... (Below threshold)
James Cloninger:

Jack Napier, Edward Nygma, and Oswald Cobblepot

Joker, Riddler, Penguin

Marc, nice "details" on Bus... (Below threshold)

Marc, nice "details" on Bush's crimes.

Did you know that the word "Bush" doesn't appear even once in your article?

Neither does "President" appear.

Nor even "George."

And there's this quote:

The intelligence indicated that they'd failed to account for what they had in the past.

Now, I know logic is foreign to you, but try to follow along.

1) We knew Saddam had WMDs. (see Kurds, gassing of.)
2) Your own "hero" admits that he'd "failed to account" for them.

Therefore...

3) There was reason to believe that he still had them.

And we couldn't find out for sure because Saddam kept playing games with the so-called "inspectors."

Where's the crime?

Joker, Riddler, Penguin<... (Below threshold)

Joker, Riddler, Penguin

Correct, James!

I'll pull a dr lava sockpup... (Below threshold)

I'll pull a dr lava sockpuppet and just say rasmussen has a poll that has Bush at 40%, so they're about as useful as Laurie David.

I took the poll, and here w... (Below threshold)
John F not Kerry:

I took the poll, and here was my response as to why Bush should be impeached:

"Because Chimpy McSmirkler the Nazi got us into a war for oil and Halliburton and the Jewish lobby and the neocons."

Is that moonbat enough for you?

C-C-G:Marc, ni... (Below threshold)
marc:

C-C-G:

Marc, nice "details" on Bush's crimes.

Obviously you're relatively new around here and missed the point and context of my link.

The semi-literate among us linked to that in a sorry attempt to paint Bush as something he's not. Bush is never mentioned in the piece, it's written or refs a Brit diplomat who quit in a huff over BRIT policy, and found a quick way to score some cash, specifically £40,000 a year.

The guy has about as much credibility as Rosie.

wow, you libs have some rea... (Below threshold)
JB:

wow, you libs have some real class. glad I stopped by. Have a good night.

As bad as the mess in Washi... (Below threshold)

As bad as the mess in Washington seems, thank goodness they are still not quite as bad as the government in Israel where the Prime Minister now has 0% public support in the latest public opinion poll when the margin of error is figured in. The President of the country is an accused rapist and accused sex criminal, and other members of the government are accused of rampant corruption by the World Bank, now making Israel one of the worst places in the world to conduct business.

Could the government in Washington be worst? Clearly the answer is yes. Yet probably nothing they have done constitutes an impeachable crime. But is this any cause for celebration that the current American government is anything to be proud of?

The President of the cou... (Below threshold)
Taltos:

The President of the country is an accused rapist and accused sex criminal,

You'd think Clinton's fan would support him at least.

*fans even... (Below threshold)
Taltos:

*fans even

I voted YES.Mmm... (Below threshold)
Wanderlust:

I voted YES.

Mmm, I can hear it now: "yes, sir, President Cheney."

Man, if BDS/PEST is so bad now, can you imagine how bad the Dems will be after a Thompson/Steele rout in 2008?

Bush is never mentioned ... (Below threshold)

Bush is never mentioned in the piece,

So why did you post it as details of Bush's "crimes"?

Perhaps because you felt you had to post some response, but don't really have any crimes to impeach him on?

A lot of people have hated ... (Below threshold)
Rbt Lee:

A lot of people have hated Bush since before the 2000 elections. Remember all the cheaters at the polls who tried to make Gore win----voted 6 or 7 times each for Gore? That's the kind of dishonest mentality you're dealing with here.

Try not to adopt that twisted mindset yourselves.

Dear Dr LarvaYou s... (Below threshold)
Rodolfo:

Dear Dr Larva

You see and hear what you so desperately want to. *I* think Bush is doing a crappy job, and would say so in a poll. I would still vote for him over Obama Hussein or Hillary.

Half of those people who sa... (Below threshold)
Jeff:

Half of those people who say they disapprove of Bush say it because he hasn't bombed Iran yet.

I know 'cause I took a poll... (Below threshold)
jeff:

I know 'cause I took a poll.

Just like you morons were s... (Below threshold)
dr lava:

Just like you morons were surprised by the historic defeats last November you are clueless about what is ahead for the president.




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