Whiners and Losers

February 28th, 2007 at 9:05 pm by Sam
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Since November 2006 a quiet storm has been gathering strength in Washington. Now it appears that Washington State politicians want to play El Nino to their D.C. colleagues, effectively taking the wind out of their sails by calling for impeachment ahead of their Center City counterparts.

Unbeknownst to D.C. Democrats who have been plotting to impeach Bush for “Security Breaches Post-9/11” (most often for things that they did themselves in a very botched and public political chess game), their constituents in Washington State have already come up with a proposal to take W down: they’ve draw up investigation and impeachment documents labeled Washington State Senate Joint Memorial 8016, to be decided upon tomorrow, March 1st.

Should they get the go-ahead from their State House & Senate, they merely have to refer the document to the Speaker of House of Representatives, and the Investigation process will begin.

The most atrocious charges in the document implicate both President George W. Bush and Vice-President Richard B. Cheney in a massive coverup of pre-war intelligence and subsequent lies to Congress and the American people as a justification to invade Iraq. However, the rest are at best laughable:

  WHEREAS, The war with Iraq has cost the lives of many Washington state residents and squandered taxpayer money from the state of Washington; and

  WHEREAS, The President has publicly admitted to conducting electronic surveillance of thousands and perhaps millions of American civilians without seeking warrants; and

  WHEREAS, Washington state residents are likely to have been subject to this electronic surveillance; and

  WHEREAS, The President, the Vice President, and members of the President’s Administration have acted to strip American citizens of their constitutional rights, based solely on the discretionary designation by the President of a United States citizen as an “enemy combatant”; and

The translation is as follows:

“We hate war! We don’t know how many of our citizens have died in Iraq, we read the Washington Post where it said that G.W. admitted to wiretapping, we’re not sure if that includes any citizens of our state, we’ve never read the Patriot Act even though our own representation passed it, and we generally think W is a big doo-doo head!”

These brainiacs (Washington State Senators Oemig, Regala, Kohl-Welles, Kline, Spanel, Fairley, Kauffman, Fraser and Prentice) have certainly not done their homework. And yes, their own idiots in D.C., Cantwell and Murray, both voted for the very bill that gave the President the power which they claim G.W. has dubiously wielded. But of course they aren’t sure whether or not it actually affected anyone in their state.

I sincerely hope that this particular impeachment goes through.  It will make them look like the bunch of ninnies they are and save a lot of Washington D.C. Democrats some serious headaches when the “Security Breach” investigations get turned right back around on them.

Although, that could be fun, too.

Democrats want George Bush impeached over many esoteric thing for which there is no evidence. Ahead of all of that is the War in Iraq.

It would seem that the vast majority of them are talking about the “hundreds of thousands of innocent women and children” killed during our invasion of Iraq, but the truth is, there have been remarkably few except in violence created and carried out by their own people, foreign terrorists and Al Qaeda. Factions inside of Iraq pleaded with us to get rid of Hussein, who was personally responsible for gassing and bombing hundreds of thousands of innocent women and children.

But it seems that Anti-War Protestors are unable to think of the lives we’ve saved.

Other Democratic factions claim that Iraq is “another Vietnam,” a sentiment which is as offensive as it is ridiculous, not only to those who actually fought in Vietnam, but also to the families who loved ones during the conflict.

They claim that the United States acted unilaterally and without provocation, despite the fact that the majority of Western countries were in favor of invading Iraq.

But even more heinous than those lies is their typical warcry: “We don’t need to lose another U.S. soldier in Iraq!” Yet, they want to cut funding, and prevent a slight increase in the number of deployed troops who would certainly be able to help in hotzones like Fallujah.

This sort of bullshit illogic is similar to the rhetoric they gave early in the war when they underbudgeted and entrenched to keep from sending additional aid. Meanwhile, our soldiers were dying due to lack of Armor on their persons and Humvees.

Do you ever read what your representatives are actually doing? How many things did they vote correctly on? Did they even bother to show up to work and vote?

These sorts of things prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that our politicians certainly do not have our interests in mind, and will do anything to further their power.

All you have to do is pay attention and remember things.

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5 Responses to “Whiners and Losers”

  1. Mark Says:

    *jaw drops*


    Did Ted Kennedy piss in your Cheerios again? Or was it Dan Rather this time?

    Your Journey to the Dark Side is Now Complete! 😉

  2. David Says:

    “the majority of Western countries were in favor of invading Iraq.”

    What planet are you from? This is a false statement: most Western countries did NOT want the US to invade Iraq. Bush lied to persuade the public to support his war of aggression against a country which did not threaten us. Now, over 650,000 Iraquis are dead. There were no terrorists in Iraq before the war—especially “al qaeda” which Saddam considered a bitter enemy—but there are thousands of them now, willing to blow themselves up to rid their land of…American occupiers.

    Bush & Co have shredded our Constitution and will continue eroding our liberties if they are not stopped. They are indeed guilty of “high crimes and misdemeanors” and need to be impeached. Impeachment, by the way, is not a “threat to our Democracy”—it is the way provided by our Constitution to prevent presidents from assuming dictatorial powers. If ever there was a time to use impeachment, this is it.

    We do agree on one thing: I sincerely hope this impeachment goes through!

  3. Mark Says:

    Hmm … actually, dude … he’s right. Sorry you fell for it.

    There’s a pretty good article on Wikipedia, but the “Nobody else is helping us” cry from Democrats — after it was all going, mind you — was a “numbers” slander at everyone else’s small military contributions, whereby they could call it Unilateral when in fact it wasn’t. Remember the Coalition of the Willing?

    Those types of inflammatory statements, made by anti-war Moonbat Politicians, were extremely damaging to foreign relations — moreso than the invasion itself.

    Nice link to Badger Company … That’s reality.

  4. Monty Says:

    The real point is that Bush was given permission to wage war, and since that was against a phamtom opponent called “Terrorists”, he took that permission and ran with it. He said it gave him the right to perform warrantless wiretaps. And there is a fear that he might use it for other things. He needs to be reined in and the terms of that permission need to be better defined. It ought to be made clear that he has to run everything by Congress, or at least a committee of our Representatives.

    Iraq is like Vietnam in a few ways that are important. Number one, we have a conventional military engaged with an unconventional opponent. In that regard, it is much more than Vietnam. And, even more clearly, there will never be a military victory in Iraq, just as in Vietnam. Secondly, the goals are vapor. If you listen to the Presidential speeches about Vietnam, you could change the country to Iraq today and they would be the same. We will leave gradually as they country takes over its stability from us. Vietnam never did that. Iraq may not either. Unwinable. Just like Vietnam. A war to protect us from “Communists taking over that part of the World” like “Terrorists taking over that part of the World.”

    In a recent discussion with Dick Cheney, he said if we pull out of Iraq, the terrorists will then leave Irtaq and dpread out across the Middle East. There you have it! They are only there because we are! We leave and they leave!

    Either, the tumult in Iraq is because of the infidel is occupying the country and our leaving will abate the issue. Or, the problem is local and our leaving will take the brakes off a big truck rolling downhill. It is not under control now. The notion the Iraqi government wil lhandle it better or even equally well without us.. Hmmm.

    The bottom line to me is, do we pull out now and stop the madness before it drags out and wastes out resources further, or do we pull out in a few more years amidst the chaos after many more are lost?

    We’ve been in there a while. It’s not getting better. We can give it another try, but we need to make a hard decision. Someone needs some balls to say “enough.” There will likely never be a good time to leave Iraq, which makes now an even better time than years from now.

    Impeaching Bush is not the answer. He’ll be gone soon anyway.

  5. Mark Says:

    I’ll take that bait.

    The Patriot Act — that thing that granted Bush much of the “authority” to do whatever he has allegedly done to “circumvent our civil liberties” (which has already been found to be false by a Senate investigatory committee) — was passed all but UNANIMOUSLY. Every Democrat except Russ Feingold (D-WI) voted for it — and the only person who DIDN’T vote was Mary Landrieu (D-LA).

    Regardless, things ARE getting better in Iraq. The “Quagmire!” crowd refuse to see it.

    And I agree — he’ll be gone soon.

    Bottom line … If it took them THIS freaking long to even come up with charges, obviously there was either nothing to charge him with, or they had a vested interest in not touching the issue (they were guilty as well). So, of course, they come up with this Joke document, which is nothing more than a proof of concept for how easy they’ve made the Impeachment process now.