"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president... is morally treasonable to the American public."
1. Impeach him for leading us into an illegal war with Iraq.
killing over 2500 of our soldiers, maiming and crippling scores of others, and for the countless deaths of Iraqis for a crime they didn't commit.
2. Impeach him for his torture and inhumane treatment of innocent detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan, Cuba and all the other unknown places where he holds them.
3. Impeach him for raping our environment and pillaging our land
4. Impeach him for taking from the poor and giving to the rich.
5. Impeach him for causing the deaths of our elderly, our children, and everyone in between due to a lack of healthcare.
6. Impeach him for the lies that spew from his mouth ceaselessly, when in the beginning he promised to always tell us the truth.
7. Impeach him for the fact that you can always count on him to be corrupt, inefficient and incompetent no matter what he turns his hand to.
8. Impeach him for the cronyism which was responsible for the suffering and deaths of many due to 'Katrina,' who looked to him for help and deliverance, that arrived too late.
9. Impeach him for the fact that he calls himself a Christian, when it is people like him that give Christianity a bad name.
10. Impeach him for shredding our constitution, and for making a mockery of our country around the world. Where we once stood tall and proud, we are now mired in the mud and the filth he has made of it.
Here stands this man, this President covered from head to toe in the blood of his victims.
If it's not already too late to cover our country in the mantle of greatness it once wore, we must impeach Bush NOW!
| Hey - though I hastily acknowledge that I'm not even American, so quite probably do not have any of the rights to comment on the actual facts in this, I think that you Americans seem to have quite a tight lid on your 'free-speech'. If you wan't to impeach him, then so be it. |
About Iraq - here, in jolly old England, we all abhore it. It's killing enough of our residents to warrant outward bashings of it on TV. On the News, the only time we hear of it is when another few of our soldiers die. and we do not like our soldiers dying.
" ...for the countless deaths of Iraqis for a crime they didn't commit." Amen to that. All the sons. and all the daughters... And, if I was an Iraqi, I would fight off the invaders with tooth and nail.
Anyway, good point.
(And, I don't admire Bush because he has poor grammar.)
|| Posted on 2006-07-16 00:00:00 | by writhe | [ Reply to This ] || Hear, hear.|
|| Posted on 2006-07-15 00:00:00 | by GiveMeTheGun | [ Reply to This ] || I'm not going to even get into the political stuff on this. I'm not into politics..I don't vote anymore .. so I figure I can't complain...as far as the write goes... I would suggest removing the numbering. I know this is you expressing your thoughts/feelings on the president...but if you want it to read as more of a poem or some such..the numbering is kind of distracting. Other than that, your thoughts came across clearly and I personally think some of your descriptive words are awesome.||| Posted on 2006-07-15 00:00:00 | by .:eVe:. | [ Reply to This ] || This is an interesting piece|
I commend you on voicing your opinion
However I strongly disagree
Prsesident Bush sent in troops to Iraq to fight for World Peace
I just want to ask you one question
What war are you referring to
The war in Iraq has been over a long time
When was the last time you heard of American Forces opening fire on the Iraqis before they were fired on first
They are only returning fire that has been bestowed upon them by the few people in Iraq who do not want world peace
The majority of Iraqis want the Americans to stay in Iraq to help promote World Peace
Please examine your decision deeper and you will see that America has made a difference in the Freedom of Iraq
Please if you get a chance Please take a look at some of my writes and let me know what you think
|| Posted on 2006-07-15 00:00:00 | by Ronswords | [ Reply to This ] || I am struggling to find the poetic flow in this. Then again, the form is up to the poet. |
I certainly can agree with your point. I personally do not believe impeachment is the answer. It certainly did not make much difference with Clinton.
I think Bush and his VP should resign for illegal actions clearly not in the best interest of our country.
Even more important is that we change the House and Senate to be certain he no longer gets a rubber stamp for these actions.
On my page there is a link to my web site. I have a page dedicated to peace poems. You might enjoy some of them. There are a number of them from around the world.
|| Posted on 2006-07-15 00:00:00 | by beatthedrum | [ Reply to This ] || Your opening disclaimer hardly matches your vitriolic attack. Criticism is one thing, lopsided accusations and inaccurate assertions are quite another. This piece ignores so many relevant facts not included in each point presented as justification for impeachment, that it sounds more like a childish tantrum than a reasonable request.|
And above all else, it ignores one very crucial point upon which your entire argument evaporates. The president continues to exercise his authority legally (provided by the Constitution) as many presidents have done, including Theodore Roosevelt. and engaged in war on approval of Congress and with sanction by the United Nations.
Facts be damned.
|| Posted on 2006-07-15 00:00:00 | by The Gadfly | [ Reply to This ] || In Loving Memory Of Robert A. Martinez, born 3-11-85 died in Iraq 12-1-05......God Bless him and what he fought for. He believed in it. Maybe Bush is wrong - But the people that are dying are fighting for what they believe in....what they were trained to believe in- are the ones we need to focus on. Our People are dying in every country in all the world- for they are all our people. We are all one.|
God Bless you-
|| Posted on 2006-07-16 00:00:00 | by Jill Lynne | [ Reply to This ] |