How To Impeach Bush

Found over on BOPNews — ‘Getting Real About Impeachment’ by one Shaula Evans. If you didn’t already know, there are some serious cases of Moonbat-itus over at this blog. I’m mean, serious! And Shaula’s got it baaaad.

Here’s her suggestions on how to kick Bush out of office:

To get rid of Bush before 2008, the task is twofold:

1. Take back Congress — or, at least enough seats to make an impeachment possible. (Half of the House. Two thirds of the Senate.)

This isn’t easy. I don’t know if it is possible. But if you want to make it happen, start TODAY. Don’t wait for election day in 2006–get involved with your upcoming House and Senate races NOW–donate, volunteer, get involved in any way you can.

Two words Shaula. Pixie Dust.

2. Dilute Brand GOP

Right now, the Republican party embraces Bush. Don’t let the Katrina debacle be pinned on Bush alone. Tar the entire Republican party with the same brush. Hang the criminal negligence on all of them.

In other words, make it worth their while to choose to divorce themselves from Bush.

OK, just a second. Hang on just one minute. Let me get this straight. Democrats are suppose to convince Republicans that they should “divorce themselves” from George W. Bush. Heh.     Heh.          Heh.

Heh heh.

Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe!

Oh, (ahem) heh. OK, heh heh. Alrighty…I’ve got it together now, sorry. 

The most obvious way they can announce that divorce to their constituents, to the country and to the world is to support a Bush impeachment.

Short version: wishful thinking isn’t going to give you an impeachment. If you want to get rid of Bush, roll up your sleeves and work for it.

Oh, I can’t stand it any longer.

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Shaula…you’re a piece of work.

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Comments

  1. The only problem with the above suggestions is that the party they are to be replaced with might themselves oppose such moves as they will realise that if it is Bush today, it might be them tomorrow. That is why, without constitutional grounds, any move to impeach Bush or other variants of flora and fauna will most likely fail.

  2. I was, in the heat of the moment, quick to jump on the Impeach Bush Coalition as well. But that doesn’t mean we rid ourselves of Bush at all. After all, Clinton was impeached (for far lesser crimes) and he stayed in office. And even if Bush *were* to leave office after an impeachment, we’d then be subjected to Cheney, another Karl Rove wind-up doll.

    I say the way to go is a recall election. Just like California did. But that’s just me… oh, and Bill Maher…

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