House to Vote on Cheney Impeachment

Tomorrow:

House Resolution 333, the impeachment of Dick Cheney for High Crimes and Misdemeanors will be brought to the House floor by Congressman Dennis Kucinich as a privilege vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6th. American Research Group Poll says 54 percent of Americans favor the impeachment of Cheney and the National Lawyer’s Guild passed a Resolution for Impeachment on Friday, Nov. 2nd, giving further support for the impeachment proceedings.

59 Comments

  • chris
    November 6, 2007 - 5:12 am | Permalink

    Ol’ Dennie boy has only brought this to a vote because he is running for president and is doing it for political gain.

    We should not only impeach Bush and Cheney, we should also fire the whole lot of those jerks. Democrat and republican alike. Put people in power who will do what’s right for the country and not for their/your political party’s line.

  • ANON
    November 6, 2007 - 6:05 am | Permalink

    Yes, and Thermutt is the genetically enhanced black elements canine version of Thermite, and is commonly used to open rusted fire hydrant valves at fire scenes during rescue operations. Quite mysterious is it not…

    Conspiracy theorists, you deserve each other…

    “Pull it!”

  • Jesse
    November 6, 2007 - 6:17 am | Permalink

    “u know hes just gona b replaced with som1 worse”

    “i don’t care. war crimes bla i could care less. Iraq is miles away from me. bla i don’t care about those iraq people bla
    I rather a read a comic book or a watch a friday 13 movie”

    its because of people like you that the US is in this shit

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  • November 6, 2007 - 9:31 am | Permalink

    IMPEACH CHENEY and his stooge, BUSH. Convict them and Send them to prison!

    Neo-Cons – They LOVE America, but hate Americans.

    Send all the scumbags to prison. Stop them from stealing America.

  • November 6, 2007 - 10:26 am | Permalink

    You people are pathetic! What ‘high crime or misdemeanor’ has VP Cheney commited? Don’t give me this liberal ‘war crimes’ BS…that is just as pathetic. You all don’t like him because he is GOP, nothing else. That stooge Kucinich needs his butt removed from Congress for trying to split this country even further. Grow some backbone people! You are American first…nothing else matters!

  • November 6, 2007 - 11:04 am | Permalink

    And this Ladies and Gentlemen, is how Representative Government is dismantled: By Oligarchs seeking power by any means necessary, irregardless of how foul, contemptible, and fraudulant the charges. The Democrats, by doing this, have shown they have no regard for the American People, or their vote, no love for America itself, and finally, an insatiable lust for Power. That’s what this is! This is nothing more than an attempt to circumvent the reprentative form of Government, first by removing one of their own checks and balances, and then by removing the one man who can veto them and halt their agenda. They seek to take what they have not earned, have not campaigned for. The Liberals call this a trial..
    I call it an attempted Takeover of this country by traitors.

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  • Rafael
    November 6, 2007 - 2:09 pm | Permalink

    Raun Paul is a racist.

  • OrthodoxAthiest
    November 6, 2007 - 3:32 pm | Permalink

    You have to appreciate the genius of numbering it House Resolution 333 – ‘333’ being accepted as the number denoting the son of the devil (666). Icing on the cake. :P

  • November 6, 2007 - 6:33 pm | Permalink

    All you liberals do is whine and complain about Bush/Cheney. You regurgitate the same baloney talking points day in and day out, with nothing concrete. Sure, Bush hasn’t been the best, nor has Cheney, but that doesn’t give Congress grounds to call a “time-out, redo”.

    Stop complaining and sounding like little babies with your conspiracy theories and lies. I mean, come one, where is the “big change” the dems were going to do when they took office in 2006? They have failed to do absolutely anything!

  • Madison
    November 7, 2007 - 10:59 am | Permalink

    PoliticallyUncensored: After foisting Bush and Cheney — the Worst President and Worst Vice President in U.S. history — on the country TWICE, you really have no room to criticize anybody.

    It took just six short years for your party to prove what we all suspected: the conservative movement is and always was a load of steaming, stinking bullshit.

    Conservatives proved that they’re not for lower spending and good government or all the bumpersticker platitudes we’d heard since the Reagan Revolution. The whole “we’re more moral than the rest of you” bit was, of course, a big lie spun out to fool poor intellectually stunted “values voters.” The Republican Party has shown itself to be a bunch of incompetent, big-gubmint, closeted gay whoremongers and adulterers whose main objective is to make the American middle class small enough to drown in a bathtub by shoveling money out of the Treasury to the uber wealthy.

    All you former former Bush worshipers should have your right to vote suspended for the next two elections.

  • ad-hominem
    November 7, 2007 - 3:06 pm | Permalink

    Tsk, tsk… “Madison” you made no contribution to this at all. But not many have. You may have made some of the other posters squeal and pee themselves with delight though.
    How did “P.U.” “FOIST” anyone on “US”, (‘twice’ lol), You on the other hand do make a nice parrot for “Das Party” and I can get you tickets for “Real Time”. They always need more “clappers” for cheap shots.
    Also, you have now successfully polarized countless more “intellectually stunted” people haven’t you?
    You had nothing but ad-homonym attacks to bring into this which shows that you have nothing to argue with, or about.
    I like a good laugh so please keep coming back won’t you? OH and Mr. Kettle? May I present Mrs. Pot? Congress approval is way below who you are calling “the worst ever” and what is this saying to you? Be honest… for a change. This is a lame, idiotic waste of time and resources that will go NOWHERE.

  • November 7, 2007 - 9:35 pm | Permalink

    Madison says…”All you former former Bush worshipers should have your right to vote suspended for the next two elections.”

    This goes to show that this person has zero respect for a free democracy, much less respect for what the US stands for. Don’t get your way, remove the voting rights of the people?

    It is people like you, Madison, that cried the loudest when those idiot FL residents didn’t know who to vote for…screaming ‘disenfranchised’.

    Go back to grade school little one, it is obvious politics is way past your aptitude.

  • justcurious
    November 8, 2007 - 10:22 am | Permalink

    Can someone tell me what the outcome of this was? I was hoping to see some results, comments, names for and against…..Or was this scuttled away for natiional security reasons…..you don’t need to know this ever took place..or has it? just curious!

  • Madison
    November 8, 2007 - 2:06 pm | Permalink

    Ad-Hominen – Bush worshipers like you and PU foisted Bush and Cheney on the nation twice by voting them into office two times.

    The rest of us saw them for what they are from the beginning. It took folks on your side seven years to get it — although roughly half of you still think Dear Leader can do no wrong. Can anyone with even average intelligence really believe that?

    I’m sure it’s hard to accept the fact that your entire movement is made up of people who are slow on the uptake, but the evidence is insurmountable. Conservatives are obviously easily manipulated, easily fooled and easily led.

    PU: What I’m suggesting is that people who voted for Bush be held accountable for those votes. But what we have learned is that conservatives never hold themselves accountable. Accountability, in their view, is only for liberals.

    And Ad-Hominen, that tsk tsk-ing is exactly what I’m talking about. The finger-wagging and moralizing just doesn’t square up with how incompetent and sleazy conservatives are at both governing and in their personal lives.

    You guys can dish it but you can’t take it. If you don’t like it, go back to Freeperville.

  • ad-hominem
    November 8, 2007 - 6:34 pm | Permalink

    Wow, even if I did vote for OUR president, along with PU, I had no idea that a single vote from California of all places and another from who knows where “foisted”, (pardon me while I go into a five minute belly laugh again), the sitting President on you… I really can hardly contain the laughing right now… finger wagging… freeperville, STOP… owwww it hurts…. I can’t take it mffff! BUT I DISH IT OUT hahahahahahahaha, (pounds fist on key board, spews soda all over desk…) What are you 12? Okay I’m done.

  • Madison
    November 9, 2007 - 6:31 am | Permalink

    Ad Homi — As a matter of fact, I am 12. What of it? What kind of thrill do rightwingers like you and Rush and Malkin get out of picking on 12 year olds?

    Does your belly jiggle when you laugh? And did you make those sound effects out loud with your mouth as you typed them? Maybe you should lay off the “illustrated novels” for a while.

  • ad-hominem
    November 9, 2007 - 10:39 am | Permalink

    Lol, it was just a guess based on your choice of words and your prose. While I certainly appreciate your passion, you are what I would call a “joiner” with a “herd mentality”.
    Most swing voters have been polarized away from your, how should I put this, mindset (?) mainly because, when you think about it, most politicians are self serving. It doesn’t matter if they are liberal or conservative.

    If it is always an “us against them” there will never be an US, (get it? U.S.). In a two party system, you will always have the far right and the far left. It takes civility to bring everyone closer to equilibrium. For example; Koo-koo-nuts and all of the others on the far left, have a communist agenda that have their place in society, albeit their tactics are akin to a Jr. High School bully and their bastard children are the Daily Kos, moveon.org. Bill Maher etc. On the far right you have this a-hole “Fred Phelps” who gets the award for being the single greatest case for atheism ever. The Swift Boat Vets, Pat Robertson etc…

    Consider that in 1992 both ends of this political spectrum hated Bill Clinton; on the left they would have preferred Tom Harkin but he was unelectable. They all said, in caucus, “(Clinton), is our best shot at the White House” so they shut their FAR left down and towed their party’s line and he was [foisted] on the Nation (jk), no offense. The right had no secrets about how they felt now did they?

    All of this HATE and RAGE against Bush and conservatives is consuming you. That’s what HATE will do. Most independents don’t personally know Bush or Cheney, or Pelosi or Reid, but they see all four of them as just being buffoons chucking rocks at each other not really wanting what’s best for our country. This “tit for tat” crap is just that; CRAP! I don’t give a rats’, you know what, who started it, and it needs to stop.

    To put this into an “illustration” consider another steamy non-issue; Term limits: While most people favor them, they only favor them for another’s Representative, never their own. Direct your very transparent passion and you might just WIN some folks over. Keep on blindly attacking them and you will always, without fail, have the opposite effect. Stay safe young one. Stop letting others do your thinking for you. Gabba Gabba Hey.

  • Madison
    November 10, 2007 - 6:40 pm | Permalink

    We hear this so often — rightwingers calling liberals “joiners” and accusing us of having a “herd mentality” — it must be the Dittohead Handbook or Rove’s Way of War. It’s like Newt Gingrich or Tom DeLay calling liberals “corrupt” and “sleazy,” or Rush or O’Reilly accusing their opponents of being intellectually dishonest. Or when “family values” moralizers like David Vitter and Rev. Ted Haggard get caught with hookers.

    I’m only 12 but my memory of the vicious hatred of the Clintons in the nineties is quite vivid. And you have to admit that the incompetence and malfeasance of Bush and Cheney makes all the self-righteous vitriol back then from the likes of Chris Matthews, Maureen Dowd, Ann Coulter, Barbara Olson, Bruce Fein, Kellyann Fitzpatrick, Michael Chertoff, David Bossie, Emmet Tyrell, Ken Starr, Victoria Toensing and countless others who made lucrative careers hating the Clintons seem pretty silly now.

    Clinton was impeached over a sex lie. And we’re blinded by our anger at George W. Bush?

    Here is a vitriol-free analysis of your Dear Leader: He is dangerously incompetent at everything but lying.

    If I had voted for him — and then, after 9/11, if I’d allowed my mind to be so clouded by nationalism, xenophobia and terror that I had supported his plan to occupy Iraq — and after that disaster, if I had voted for him again, I would be ashamed. If in some alternate universe Bush was a Democrat, I would want him impeached. But that’s just me.

    It’s interesting that you have never bothered to defend Bush, conservative ideology or the GOP. All you have done is attack me personally. Speaks volumes.

  • ad-hominem
    November 10, 2007 - 8:47 pm | Permalink

    Attack you? Then after I read the rest of that … garbage? I became deeply offended.

    I am not now nor ever have been, in the course of this brief correspondence emotional. I say that because I want YOU, “MADISON” to understand a few things as I respond; one last time to you.

    Attack? No, I haven’t. If anything I extended a huge olive branch and opened the door for a meaningful polite debate over prudent use of time energy and resources. “daggumit” seems more reasonable than you?!?!?!

    Did you even READ my last post? I don’t believe you are a twelve y.o. …they don’t use words like “foist” and “vitriol” except in shop class. However, you most assuredly have the maturity of one. I have no idea how you would know which political “wing” (if any) I subscribe to except that I won’t hop on your “lets ALL hate our country” and pull out all the stops to grind “YOUR” perceived “ENEMY”(s) into diatomaceous earth… (With all “vitriol”).

    Anyone who read your last post can see where you, so very perfectly, made my argument for me. Thank you. As a Democrat; I am deeply embarrassed by folks like you and as long as the likes of you have the loudest (by that I mean shrill) voice, there will always be Malkins, Hannity’s etc. to “pwn” democrats.

    All of the “back benchers” that got Democrats the majority sit silent. That does not bode well for the next election cycle. If you are really 12 may I suggest you pick up a history book and read about 1917 and a man named “Woodrow Wilson”?

    If you choose not to do this and draw some parallels’ from then and now; you deserve to let others do all of your thinking for you. Look its okay and healthy to disagree with people you respect. If you keep worshipping the who’s who in Liberal Ville you are on the right path to remain a moron for the rest of your life.” Thank you for your willingness to be officially being PWNED you’re an ass… goodbye.

  • ad-hominem
    November 10, 2007 - 9:10 pm | Permalink

    Just curious asked; “can anyone tell me the outcome of this was”…

    Well, Nancy Pelosi sent it into congressional limbo where it will languish. It happened just as it was predicted by most moderates. This, despite Republican attempts to bring it to the floor.

    They saw it as another opportunity to make sport of Democrats…

    I for one am thankful. Why do so many WANT to “win by default”? Hey, if this were a football game that’s one thing but honestly…

  • Madison
    November 11, 2007 - 6:24 am | Permalink

    Everyone who loves this country should hate what Bush has done to it. There has never been a presidency as damaging as this one. America has never been beaten down by its own leadership the way it has been by Bush, Cheney and their coterie of felons and fascists.

  • December 17, 2007 - 8:56 pm | Permalink

    Update: Robert Wexler, from that jucidiary committee has determined that there is enough evidence to warrant an impeachment investigation…Apparently he tried to get it reported by traditional media, but they would not do it. So, he went online and posted at the Huffington Post.com called for people to sign up their support. AlterNet.org picked it up and it was Dugg repeatedly. Wexler hoped for 50,000 people to sign up. Within 24 hours he had over 30,000 and as of today it is over 80,000! Has it gone viral? Is this a “mandate of the people” that Bush is so fond of?

    Maybe we will finally see some action…

  • Robert De Roos
    January 28, 2008 - 3:30 am | Permalink

    Please, please

  • January 28, 2008 - 3:40 am | Permalink

    Congress is afraid of it’s own shadow, They know what should be done. IMPEACH
    What are they afraid of? Send our best men and women to be killed. KILLED!!!! CONGRESS AND BUSH PLUS CHENEY IS RESPONSIBLE. Do not know what the Constitution is…they are yellow clean through. Damn them Are we a nation of laws or wimps?
    Damn them all. Yellow Bastards.

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  • Andrew Wang
    September 22, 2008 - 8:37 pm | Permalink

    George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney belong in an insane asylum. Bush is comparable to Adolf Hitler. Bush is mentally ill. Bush suffers from narcissism and megalomania. Bush lied, and thousands of people died. Bush is psychotic. Bush is dangerous. The American people should pursue the involuntary psychiatric hospitalization of Bush and Cheney to safeguard against further atrocities. God will judge and punish Bush and Cheney.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA

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