Friday, July 01, 2005

Surprising support for impeachment shown in Zogby poll, more idiots on parade on Times op-ed page
"In a sign of the continuing partisan division of the nation, more than two-in-five (42%) voters say that, if it is found that President Bush did not tell the truth about his reasons for going to war with Iraq, Congress should hold him accountable through impeachment. While half (50%) of respondents do not hold this view, supporters of impeachment outweigh opponents in some parts of the country."
So we've come to situation where virtually no one in the so-called opposition party or major media is even making concrete demands about setting a troop pullout timetable, while more than two in five ordinary Americans say the President should be held accountable for his mendacity, should it be proven (any more than it already has....), through impeachment.

And the New York Times continues to cough up its prized editorial page real estate to the idiots who got us into this mess. It doesn't mention on his little author citation at the bottom of the article, but lest we forget: Kenneth Pollack was, is, and will ever be remembered as the author of The Threatening Storm: The Case for Invading Iraq.

As one of the leading voices supporting what is looking more and more like the worst single decision ever made by an American president (remember, it took four presidents to make the Vietnam mess), Kenneth Pollack SHOULD be the last person on earth anyone should listen to in regard to Iraq.

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