Dennis Kucinich

In a move that has been largely ignored/downplayed by mass media and is (unfortunately) destined to go nowhere, Dennis Kucinich (D, OH) last night introduced articles of impeachment against George W. Bush, and spent 4 hours reading them to the House. (Kucinich last year introduced similar articles against Dick Cheney.)

Nancy Pelosi still refuses to support impeachment though, saying that doing so would be divisive–and although I would like to see Bush and Cheney impeached, I think she does have a point. And this certainly isn’t a time when the Democratic party needs to be more divided.

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8 thoughts on “Dennis Kucinich

  1. Anonymous

    I doubt very much that what Dennis Kucinich does or does not introduce has anything to do with Congress’ low approval ratings, or with a division in the Democratic Party. Methinks that has more to do with their complete failure to end the war that got the damn party elected to the majority in the first place.

  2. Anonymous

    I doubt very much that what Dennis Kucinich does or does not introduce has anything to do with Congress’ low approval ratings, or with a division in the Democratic Party. Methinks that has more to do with their complete failure to end the war that got the damn party elected to the majority in the first place.

  3. Anonymous

    This is one reason why Congress’ approval rating (18%) is even lower than Bush’s approval rating (29%). Go ahead and impeach and watch Congress go down into single digits.

  4. Anonymous

    This is one reason why Congress’ approval rating (18%) is even lower than Bush’s approval rating (29%). Go ahead and impeach and watch Congress go down into single digits.

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