Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A Fish Rots From The Head Down has just put up a post claiming that Vice-President Vader's Cheney's notes introduced into the Scooter Libby trial implicate W the Decider in the affair to out Valerie Plame. It even has a scanned-in copy of the notes in question, where the words "this Pres." are scratched out and replaced by the words "that was." (It also shows that the Veep spells the word "ridiculous" with an "e." And I thought Bush was the dumb fuck in that administration.) The article essentially makes the case that not only did Bush lie and give up Scooter to protect Karl Rove, but that he was involved in the whole affair from the beginning.

Can we impeach the motherfucker already?

Hmm, apparently not, at least not according to Senator Useless (h/t to mrgumby2u for that moniker):

Dear Mr. (Generik):

Thank you for your letter concerning impeachment proceedings against President Bush. I appreciate the time you took to write and welcome the opportunity to respond.

In our recent elections, the American people expressed clear disapproval with the path this country was on. They are tired of partisan politics and of an Administration that pays little heed to the wishes of the American people. They want-and deserve-a Congress that holds the Administration accountable and fulfills its Constitutional responsibility to check and balance the Executive. I share this sentiment and am determined to work hard and across party lines in the United States Senate to promote issues that are of real concern to most Americans, including the situation in Iraq and Afghanistan, homeland security, global warming, and lobbying and election reform.

At this time, however, I believe that impeachment proceedings against President Bush will only divide the country even further, frustrating our hopes for a meaningful change in direction, while having little chance of success.

I have been deeply disappointed by many of this Administration's actions and have been outspoken in those instances. Nevertheless, given the challenges our country faces I believe that we need to focus on constructive and cooperative steps that would lead us in the right direction.

Again, thank you for your continued correspondence. If you have any further questions or comments, please contact my office in Washington, D.C. at (202) 224-3841. Best regards.

Sincerely yours,

Dianne Feinstein
United States Senator

Yeee-eah. Give me a fucking break. This whole administration needs to go, out the door and into the courtroom, now.
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