Impeachment Gaining Traction
John Dean calls for Cheney's Impeachment.
The Misunderestimated Mr. Cheney:
The Vice President's Record of Willfully Violating the Law, And Wrongly Claiming Authority to Do So
Cheney Challenges Classified Oversight
Vice President Dick Cheney's office refused to cooperate with an agency that oversees classified documents, then tried to abolish the office when it challenged the actions, House oversight committee Chairman Henry Waxman said.
Cheney's office argued it did not meet the definition of an executive branch agency and therefore was exempt.
Why is this man still in office?
The vice president has run utterly amok and must be stopped.
By Bruce Fein, (former deputy attorney general in the Reagan Administration)
Cheney is impeachable for his overweening power and his sneering contempt of the Constitution and the rule of law.
Ahhhh...finally, impeachment noise is gathering momentum on Dick. But wait, FBI: London incident poses no U.S. threat, but be 'vigilant'Terralert Terralert Terralert! "Two car bombs" found in London. Fearica gird your loins for July 4th. Spy on each other and demand surveillance for all. Per Chris Matthews it's time for citizen alerts and tips. "Citizen Warriors" for ghod's sake. He also wants protection for the tippers, just in case they're wrong. So very reminiscent of other Fascist regimes. How can he be so blind? Money. How many phone calls has he gotten from the White House this week? Just askin'. He has avoided talking about Traitor Dick Cheney completely all week. Heckuva job, Screamer and MSRNC.
Keith Olbermann has an addition for the nexus of Politics and Terror
So Lieboy's gone fishing.
He's "hosting" Putin at the Bush Crime Family Kennebunkport summer home.
It's hard work. 43 and 41 out for a spin with secret service following behind. No worries about bomb threats, per his spokesthings Bush is fully aware and informed. AHAHAHAHA.
Decider thinks he doesn't have to abide by congressional votes with which he disagrees. His immigration bill just failed. He also rejected all subpoenas of White House staff. Unbelievably, he accused Democrats of a "PARTISAN FISHING EXPEDITION" for daring to ask questions.
Bush rejected lawmakers' call Tuesday to subpoena White House staff for testimony related to the matter. Bush's public statement came hours after the White House offered to make political strategist Karl Rove and former counsel Harriet Miers available for interviews — but not testimony under oath — before congressional committees investigating the firings. "We will not go along with a partisan fishing expedition aimed at honorable public servants," Bush said in a statement from the White House. "I proposed a reasonable way to avoid an impasse."
Well fine then, the subpoenas have gone to DIShonorable public servants.
These crooks will just run out the clock...eighteen months of stonewalling until they're safely out of office...and should it get to the Supremes before 2009, Bush and Cheney will win 5-4.
It's so nice he can recreate during the deadliest three-month period for Americans since the war began.
He put the fake Iran threat out there again. Hey, dead troops, AWOL Bush says you just had a "setback" so relax.
He acknowledged that U.S. forces could still expect "more setbacks," but said, "There are hopeful signs." Bush reiterated accusations that Iran has supplied explosives that have been used against U.S. forces and has also trained Iraqi militants, charges that Tehran has denied.
On the immigration bill:
From Talking Points Memo