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For his lies about taking the nation to war, the wasted billions of tax dollars and the hundreds of tragic deaths thus far of some of our finest Americans, and for many other reasons, thousands of Americans are now calling for the impeachment of this current administration.

 

Certainly, if lying about consentual sex between adults merits impeachment...

 

If you agree, please click on the link below:

 

http://democrats.com/elandslide/petition.c...each&refer=home

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Guest Fight for Democracy

As George W. Bush and Dick Cheney make clear they won't reverse course on Iraq, the new Democratic congressional majority finds itself facing a difficult dilemma.

 

Many Americans who put the Democrats in power want serious action to bring U.S. troops home now and -- if necessary -- to launch impeachment proceedings against Bush and Cheney.

 

But the Democratic leaders are afraid strong steps might open them to Republican attack ads in Election 2008.

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E-mails released by the Bush administration last month revealed that White House aides may have been "conducting sensitive official presidential business via non-governmental accounts to get around a law requiring preservation -- and eventual disclosure -- of presidential records." In response, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) wrote to the Republican National Committee and the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign early last week and directed them to preserve all e-mails by and for White House officials because they "may be relevant to multiple congressional investigations." He has asked that the records be delivered no later than April 18. The RNC-owned-and-operated e-mail system has been "used by dozens of officials for more than six years," including senior presidential advisor Karl Rove for "95% of his e-mail communications." Indeed, while the non-governmental e-mail system is heavily used, White House spokesman Scott Stanzel said yesterday that "the White House has not done a good enough job overseeing staff using political e-mail accounts" and that as a result, "some official e-mails have potentially been lost." He added that the White House is doing "everything practical" to recover the lost messages. Waxman, who initiated the request for the administration's records, issued a brief statement: "This is a remarkable admission that raises serious legal and security issues. The White House has an obligation to disclose all the information it has." The administration, however, "told Mr. Waxman's committee on Wednesday that it would not be able to comply fully." Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) responded saying, "This sounds like the administration's version of the dog ate my homework. ... I am deeply disturbed that just when this administration is finally subjected to meaningful oversight it cannot produce the necessary information."

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You Demajerks are more interested in “mandating lies” than giving President Bush’s new strategy of increasing troops in Iraq a chance to work. Have you ever thought that Osama bin Laden motive is to drive the West out of the Middle East and establish a Muslim empire. If that happens we might as kiss our freedoms goodbye.

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