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Obama: Impeachment is not acceptable

Posted by Fritoy on June 30, 2007

Bwaaa-haaha St Obama has just lost the nutroot vote.


by jstohler on 06/29/2007
Well, fuck you then, Obama.

by k0rd 17 hours ago

Fuck you too Obama, you were my choice.

Oh and of course where would a trip into diggbat land be without Ron Paul.

by Janizzary 16 hours ago

I think Chomsky was right in saying that Democrats & Republicans are two factions of the same party. Out of ALL the candidates running for the Democratic & Republican presidential nominations, only one stands out and that’s Ron Paul. The rest are corporate stooges…


Dimmies Underwear


Lorien (1000+ posts) Thu Jun-28-07 06:21 PM
Response to Reply #1
103. Indeed. It’s not like lying to the world to start an illegal war

that kills hundreds of thousands and sucks the treasury dry measures up to a blow job now, does it?

Obama just lost my support.


Zhade (1000+ posts) Thu Jun-28-07 03:32 PM
Response to Reply #8

47. Does it fucking matter? All evidence shows b*s* et al did, in fact, lie to start an illegal war.

last1standing (1000+ posts) Thu Jun-28-07 02:58 PM
Response to Original message
27. Falsifying evidence is not “grave”?

Wiretapping US citizens without a warrant is not “grave”? How about signing statements that allow him to ignore the will of congress? Disrespecting congressional subpoenas doesn’t do it? Leaking the name of undercover CIA agents isn’t “grave” (how about treasonous)? Not even turning the Justice Department into an illegal election machine working to disenfranchise minority voters is enough?

I want to know exactly what Obama considers “grave” because I think his idea of the word is greatly at odds with that of the American people.

No candidate who says bush’s* actions are not “grave” will gain my vote for president. To be honest, I just couldn’t trust someone who thinks that way.

jakem (398 posts) Thu Jun-28-07 03:58 PM
Response to Original message
57. Wow. I have been pro-obama…

but I have to say I am tiring of all the candidates at this point.

looks like my donations may have been premature.

No word yet form Kos but I’m sure it’s going to be jest as much of a hate fest.


2 Responses to “Obama: Impeachment is not acceptable”

  1. I use to have compassion for individuals who were “brainwashed” by the likes of “Rudi McRomney” and cousin “Freddie” Plus Dem Relatives “Obama” and “Hillary” (all of them CFR’s)?… However, now I can only feel sorry for them..

    Leadership is Action Through *Example Not Position…

    (It is not a position of power nor being in the right place at the right time, neither define leadership).

    It is defined by setting the example through taking action on such Leadership Traits as Truthfulness! Honesty! Fidelity!

    Ron Paul Has Acted Admirably On All These Leadership Traits:

    “Truthfulness” first and foremost… Then: Principle, Integrity, Honesty,* Fidelity (to their oaths), Honor, Virtue, Compassion, Courage, Vision, Wisdom and Faith.

    Cynicism and defeatism are NOT options to be entertained.
    “We are in the eleventh hour of losing this Nation…”

    What Ron Paul needs most is “Money” I’m using this and it is working very well… consider it… Everyone can afford it!!!

  2. izzy99 said

    Obama not only studied Constitutional Law he taught it. From what I have been reading there is this chain of command, next up if Bush is impeached: Cheney. (and I forget the other, and the next after that) Or GWB nicely set up the US people. Obama knows, but I am dumb on this stuff, about Supreme Court Justices being fired (by Bush) and replaced with Bushy friends.

    The impeachment process takes a long time,(I believe we should start it anyway, oh, we have Feingold & McKinney) so he will still be there come Election time.

    Under GWB’s “enemy combatant” someone, ever Obama, could get picked up, whisked away with no rights to council or phone call and no charges levied.

    When Obama says no to impeachment, I think we better trust him on knowing a bit more about the corruption and how to go about ridding ourselves of the Bush regime. Best hope is that GWB does not use his Executive Power to call off the election (the new war: Iran).

    At least we live in interesting times.

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