Implosion begins as Bush impeachment juggernaut picks up steam
Thursday April 20th 2006, 10:55 am

wrong dog resigns, film @ 11Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Tom Delay quit politics last week as a result of corruption indictments arising from the Abramoff scandal.

Today, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan resigned.

Karl Rove has been relegated to a secondary advisory position, but not nearly as secondary as necessary to rescue the shredded reputation of the Shubya administration.

Will the president resident of the United States manage to serve out the remainder of his second stolen term without being called to answer to Congress? As long as the Shrubya administration keeps publicly shooting its own messengers, he just might. But just how many messengers are there left to shoot?

It’s time for the responsible party to do the responsible thing- resign now and face the music for war crimes and for lying to the American people.


UPDATE: Don’t miss Jon Fox’s country-swing pisstake of McClellan – “Scotty The Duck!” (MP3, 4.9Mb)

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    Worse than Nixon. Worst president EVER.

    Hell’s too good for Rove. Shoot his ass into outer space- along with anyone else genetically related to him.

    Comment by Fair Enough 04.20.06 @ 1:55 pm

    Effie, c’mon. Haven’t we got some sort of an international treaty prohibiting pollution of space?

    Comment by weez 04.20.06 @ 2:03 pm

    another tactic is to silence all voices of opposition. a purdue grad student was recently arrested for anti-government comments made in a chatroom. it’s getting a bit more orwellian by the day. the thought police are next you know.

    Comment by rainie 04.20.06 @ 8:55 pm

    Thanks for the “responsible party” link. Don’t you just want to leap from your couch and smack that pretty face, real hard?

    Comment by China Doll 04.20.06 @ 9:42 pm

    rainie, your observation is both scary and correct. However, this guy will walk on 1st Amendment grounds- provided that hasn’t been repealed in some midnight Senate session…

    Comment by weez 04.20.06 @ 9:46 pm

    CD, I don’t want to so much smack Shrubya as just never have to see him again… except perhaps in news reports about his trial for war crimes in The Hague.

    Comment by weez 04.20.06 @ 9:54 pm

    Not to mention human rights violations in his own country, by denying former criminals the right to vote – a move which Mini W is trying his damnedest to follow.

    Comment by ab 04.20.06 @ 11:37 pm

    ab, too right. The damage caused to the state of civil rights within the USA will take decades to repair.

    Comment by weez 04.21.06 @ 9:40 am

    I’m going to argue against impeachment. But not because I support the Shrubbery. On the contrary I want them to stand trial for war crimes. And, realistically, this can only occur if, when Bush leaves office, his popularity is almost zero. And ever day that Bush remains in office his popularity decreases.

    I also want our Prime Minister and other Australian officers to be tried for war crimes. Again the longer they stay in office the greater the chance that they will be.

    The Palace of Justice on Nuremberg is still standing and I’m sure that there is a courtroom free there.

    Comment by Exadios 04.21.06 @ 8:51 pm

    Onya Exadios! You’ve really got it right. Have you seen the old movie “Judgement in Nuremburg”?

    I can’t wait for the new version, starring Bush, Blair and Howard, the TRUE Axis of Evil. All swinging from a noose, dangling in the breeze.

    And let them not forget: Hitler, Goebells, Himmler and all those nutty Gestapo thugs once thought they too were impregnable and were going to rule the world for a thousand years.

    Poppycock and childish frogshit. They believed that one smallish European country could eventually rule the whole world. Not just wishful thinking, but fabricated fairytales, just like Bush’s endlessly oozing bullshit (bushit)

    The USA comprises just 5% of the world’s population, (despite destroying 25% of the world’s energy every year) and now the other 95% is not going to tolerate a mentally disturbed ratbag nation of guns ‘n’ bibles freaks imposing their acutely warped gunboat diplomacy upon them forever.

    That the Australian PM, the British and others, followed suit with this certifiable Yankee idiot defies belief, thus speaks dark volumes about the populace of those countries who merrily voted for marching off to illegal, immoral and totally fabricated wars behind the worst American looney tune ever to disgrace the American presidency.

    As the Australian newspaper said this week, “WE cannot wait any longer for the impeachment of George W. Bush. Far more efficient to have Bush certified. There is no need for further debate on his mental state. The US President is bonkers.”

    And so are Howard and Blair. Just when is this rampant lunacy going to stop? I don’t want my kids and grandkids growing up in all this shit. Amongst these ultimate lowlifes. Do you?

    Comment by ZOG 04.21.06 @ 11:20 pm

    “There is no need for further debate on his mental state. The US President is bonkers.

    I don’t actually think Shrubya is mad. I think he’s a drug and alcohol addled slacker who was conveniently the son of a former president of the USA and who was happy to lend his name- but no effort- to being the neo-cons’ poster child for world domination. Shrubya couldn’t plot his way out of a wet paper bag, but Cheney, Wolfowitz, Feith & Rumsfailed sure can.

    Shrubbo may just be the face that goes with the policy of US armed aggression, but he sure as hell should be held to account in case any other group of rabid nutbags ever again gets control of the White House.

    Onward… to The Hague!

    Comment by weez 04.22.06 @ 8:29 am

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