Monday, February 12, 2007

The Shrub Lies Again, Denying He Plans To Attack Iran

The Shrub clearly thinks the collective intelligence of the American public isn't enough to fill a thimble, or else he wouldn't be lying through his teeth again in his latest deception about Iran. The piece of filth has carriers positioned, and even has mine-sweepers being towed there to counter a probable blockade of the Strait of Hormuz (as reported by Craig Unger). According to, the same doubts previously held in the intelligence community over Iraq are now being voiced over Iran. Yet the war is being set up anyway. And it will probably happen this year.

Write your Representatives and Senators -- NOW -- and demand impeachment proceedings begin IMMEDIATELY. Before the maniacs of the Bush regime drag America into yet another disastrous war. Specifically, write Representative John Conyers of Michigan's 14th District and Representative Nancy Pelosi of California's 8th District. Conyers is the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, where the Articles of Impeachment against Bush and Cheney must be drawn up. Pelosi is the Speaker of the House, in charge of deciding which legislation is allowed to be debated and which gets left on the table to gather dust.

This is what you need to do: write a letter, or call and leave a message, and as politely as possible inform Mr. Conyers and Ms. Pelosi that if they refuse to do their Constitutional duties -- if they continue to allow fear of jeopardizing their party's presidential ambitions guide their thinking, rather than the Constitution and the will of the public -- then petitions will be submitted to mount recall elections. They won't even make it to next year, because they will be replaced. Do this politely and, above all, calmly. You do not want to be antagonistic, because that will merely cause Conyers and Pelosi to cement their cowardice out of spite. But make it clear that these two have a duty to perform, and if they refuse to do it they will share the political fate of Gerald Ford.

Lives are depending on the ability of the American public to force Congress to do its job and remove the dictatorship that has infested the White House.

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