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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

How much do I love this little guy?


Almost as much as I love his gigantic elven wife, which is a whole heck of a lot.

Dennis Kucinich introduced articles of impeachment against George W. Bush yesterday and I say, good on ya, Dennis!

Sadly, Ms. Nancy "impeachment is off the table" Pelosi is still Speaker of the House, and she won the Democratic primary against Shirley "ITMFA" Golub by 89% to 11%, so there's no chance she will listen to reason.

But things change. Vincent Bugliosi, who convicted Charles Manson all those years ago, has spelled out the details of criminal proceedings against George W. Bush which could take place when he becomes a private citizen. Wouldn't that make for a nice change?

Yes, hypothetical question asker, it would.

4 comments:

Distributorcap said...

first -- kucinich is one brave soul --- and we need more of him in this country

second -- last left at hooterville has a nice review of the bugliosi book

third -- thanks SO much for catching my math errors -- i guess i was just trying to get the post up at 6am before work and i wasnt thinking -- besides the backwards math of currency conversion always confuses me

you are a pal!

Matty Boy said...

Glad to help, DCap. I have some free lance fact checkers here on my blog who have helped me out on many occasions. I would be the big doofus without them.

I did my fact checking early in the morning, and came off a little grumpy, and for that I apologize.

Glad we are pals.

FranIAm said...

There is a reason I don't do too many facts on my blog.

Despite my former profession - known to Dcap and Matty, numbers are not my friends.

Anyway - as for Dennis, he so rocks.

And I want to read that Bugliosi book.

Manson.
Bush.

It makes sense.

CDP said...

I'm still mad at Nancy Pelosi. I didn't tell her to take impeachment off the table, and I'm guessing that none of the other millions of people who voted Democratic, thus giving her the majority and the Speaker's chair, did either. Kucinich for Speaker.