Please note: Shown below are the results of just one nationwide poll (American Research Group, November 13, 2007). There may be other polls, which are more favourable to Bush & Cheney but I haven’t seen any.
A total of 64% of American voters say that President George W. Bush has abused his powers as president. Of the 64%, 14% say the abuses are not serious enough to warrant impeachment, 33% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses, but he should not be impeached, and 53% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses and Mr. Bush should be impeached and removed from office.
A total of 70% of American voters say that Vice President Dick Cheney has abused his powers as vice president. Of the 70%, 26% say the abuses are not serious enough to warrant impeachment, 13% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses, but he should not be impeached, and 61% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses and Mr. Cheney should be impeached and removed from office.
”It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”
-President Bush’s statement regarding the U.S. Constitution.
Bush’s actions have followed his words ...
He has blatantly and repeatedly attacked the U.S. Constitution.
If that’s not treason, I don’t know what is.
Personally, I’d like to see both of these criminals ousted before they create another disaster for America by launching an illegal invasion of Iran.
The important thing is that you let your elected officials know how YOU feel.
Web Site: IMPEACH NOW!
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|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|A few of my trackers seems to disagree, because they have erased my name from their tracker-list, which come to prove that we, as Americans, can't be objective but divisive, letting religious or political meaning to govern our feelings and block our brain.
Ignoring or blamming each other for their personal opinions only serve to boost our own "evildoes" to think they are doing well.
To make distinctions between poets and authors because they express their opinion and to delete their names is paramount with censorship which I will not allow to be practiced over my detractors.
Those that have deleted my name will not be deleted, because, although different than mine, I do respect their opinions.