Sunday, November 25, 2007

It's Time to Remove House Speaker Pelosi (and Joe Donnelly)

A recent commenter has been talking this option up, and so has Cindy Sheehan for several months. Do a search, I believe she's still going to run against Pelosi in the coming elections of 2008. Believe me, if I lived in her district, she would be gone. However, I'm voting against my so called representative Joe Donnelly who has made the same ludicrous assertions against impeachment as the Speaker. This is unacceptable, and since he's not showing any sign of budging, he's lost my vote forever. I enjoin all residents of Michiana who have found this site to help in removing Representative Donnelly from office next year.

No, I'm not suggesting replacing him with something worse, like a Republican. I'm suggesting some real candidates come forward. You veterans, you solid pillars of our community who have thought about it for years--we need you now, our nation needs you now. The only solution is to remove these clowns from office. They've been given every-single-chance since January of this year, and they have not only failed the American people, they have betrayed us all in every respect. The American people have spoken on the war, and on impeachment of the vice president and the president. We want them out. Let's roll.

A good start:


  1. Part II -- what happened in California when they merely asked to get a censor on Feinstein.

    The activists (Democratic Party members) and the bloggers were called "worse than BuZh", "worse than Buzh!" several times by the Chair.

    That is what they mean by learning the lessons that the others have learned.

    It's okay to be a democrat building up a grassrootz campaign, but after the primary? Well, then they just replace them with someone who is better at getting funds off defense contractors in that particular District.

    What is wrong with that picture??

    You sure gotcher problems ahead there in Indiana though. The Evan Bayh party with HiLIARy is JUST getting started .. (unless she trots out Wesley Clark, I personally think Evan is a shoe in, he's SO camera perfect and such a closet rePUBlican).

  2. They're all closet Republicans, dearie, except maybe a handful of em.' It's unlikely Bernie Sanders (our first socialist senator!) is, or Russ Feingold. Kucinich seems reasonable most of the time.

    Evan Bayh: an absolutely worthless shill. Forward any dirt on him here, and I won't be tellings who you are. Confidentiality is a must!

    Grassroots: an oxymoron if you're working as a volunteer for a major party. It extends to the antiwar movement as well (what antiwar movement, you ask?). There are the fuddies who have no guts to really do something risky, but legal even. Merely standing outside with a sign hasn't ended the war, has it? Much of the real struggle against this war and this era are occurring right here on the internet, it's very much an information war.