Monday, December 1, 2008

Conversation No.4: Impeachment Is Still On The Table! It Is Still Not Too Late To Have The Confrontation With The Bush Administration ...

Conversation No.4: Impeachment Is Still On The Table! It Is Still Not Too Late To Have The Confrontation With The Bush Administration That The Constitution Provides For And Justice Begs For…Impeachment.  It Is The Only Weapon We Have To Stop Them In Their Tracks At The Moment. See Video Here.


Just In: Judge to remain on Cheney indictment case

By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN Associated Press Writer © 2008 The Associated Press |  Dec. 1, 2008, 3:15PM


RAYMONDVILLE, Texas — A judge who has been overseeing criminal charges against Vice President Dick Cheney and other officials will remain on the case despite the prosecutor's attempts to oust him.


Willacy County District Attorney Juan Angel Guerra accused Administrative Judge Manuel Banales of being part of a vast conspiracy involving the alleged abuse of inmates at privately run prisons.


Guerra won indictments against Cheney, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and other officials, alleging they conspired to stop his investigation of abuses at the private prisons.


Guerra had asked that Banales be removed from the case, saying he could not remain impartial, but another judge ruled Monday that Banales would stay on the case.


In a hearing Monday, Guerra accused Banales of conspiring against him, saying that Banales let him languish under another indictment for 18 months before finally dismissing the charges.


Guerra also argued that Banales had improperly named a temporary replacement to handle five of the cases for Guerra because Guerra could not be the victim and the prosecutor.


The judge hearing the case Monday, state District Judge Michael Peden, said he heard nothing to make him believe Banales could not be impartial.


Banales was scheduled to hear motions to dismiss the indictments later Monday.




If We Fail To Do So We will be placed in the position of waging a war of our own on multiple fronts ( Post Departure Impeachment if available, or the pursuit of War Crimes Proceedings while we would rather be advocating for and supporting  the change  made possible by a new administration),with diminished numbers in our ranks.


Impeachment can be swift and not encumber the essential actions of the Congress demanded by the Iraq/Afghanistan quagmire, the necessity of restoring sanity to our foreign policy revitalization of a collapsed economy.  Stay the course , remain in contact with all who are dedicated to our cause and use every resources we have left…no pun intended.



The Perils of Non-Impeachment


WASHINGTON — The Labor Department is racing to complete a new rule, strenuously opposed by President-elect Barack Obama, that would make it much harder for the government to regulate toxic substances and hazardous chemicals to which workers are exposed on the job.

The rule, which has strong support from business groups, says that in assessing the risk from a particular substance, federal agencies should gather and analyze "industry-by-industry evidence" of employees' exposure to it during their working lives. The proposal would, in many cases, add a step to the lengthy process of developing standards to protect workers’ health.

Public health officials and labor unions said the rule would delay needed protections for workers, resulting in additional deaths and illnesses.


With the economy tumbling and American troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, President Bush has promised to cooperate with Mr. Obama to make the transition “as smooth as possible.” But that has not stopped his administration from trying, in its final days, to cement in place a diverse array of new regulations.


More last minute shenanigans from Bush : Lame duck President George W. Bush may be going but he's far from gone.


Bush is papering the federal government with last-minue executive orders putting his stamp on everything he can and paying off debts to those who supported him during his controversial Presidency.


Outgoing Presidents often issue last minute rules that they not only hope will last long after they leave office but that will also not be immediately overturned by the incoming resident of the White House.


But Bush's last-minute glut of rules goes far beyond what has been done by other departing Presidents and often stretches the boundaries of what may or may not be legal.


It's typical Bush and shows the outgoing President is not going quietly. He will be defiant to the end.  IF WE ALLOW HIM TO BE!



Impeachment-pushers will be disappointed
The Times of Trenton - - Trenton,NJ,USA
For at least the last six years, The Times has been running letters calling for the impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. ...


 I would comment to the writer that the only delusional folks running around on the loose  are those who do not recognize the criminality of the current administration and its actions, so much am I fed up with their nonsense that I can no longer accept it with toleration and have to simply say of them that: “They are stone cold stupid mental midgets capable of only verbal vomit of verbal lint hair balls!”


Sophia A. Nelson: A black Republican reflects on her party
The Union Leader - Manchester,NH,USA
According to one senior aide, McCain had been polling close to 20 percent of the black vote before theprimaries ended. But then his “Forgotten America” ...See all stories on this topic


Mr. Bush and the Pardon Power
New York Times - United States
President Bush has issued one troubling commutation, of I. Lewis Libby’s 30-month prison sentence. Mr. Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney’s former chief of ...
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