Sunday, June 05, 2005


Kerry, Nader pushing "Impeach Bush" campaign

John Kerry, in the mistaken belief that anyone outside the extreme leftist tin foil hat crowd is still remotely interested in anything he has to say, apparently plans to kick off the leftists’ “Impeach Bush” campaign Monday, by waving around the Matthew Rycroft memo. You know, that memo that everyone in the world has known about since May 1, and which has been evaluated by all but the loony left as amounting to much ado about nothing. From a NewsMax report:

Failed presidential candidate John Kerry said Thursday that he intends to confront Congress with a document touted by critics of President Bush as evidence that he committed impeachable crimes by falsifying evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

"When I go back [to Washington] on Monday, I am going to raise the issue," Kerry said, referring to the Downing Street Memo in an interview with Massachusetts' Standard Times newspaper.

Well, let’s see…I guess if Kerry actually showed up for a session of Congress, that would be newsworthy. And if he raised an issue other than commending companies that sell “dolphin safe tuna”, that would also be newsworthy. The memo, of course, has already been determined by the MSM to be not especially newsworthy, despite the efforts of the leftist extremist internet crowd to get something going. These are also the only people in the world who are still looking for those millions of uncounted Cuyahoga County votes in Ohio. You know, Cuyahoga County, that overwhelmingly democrat county that includes Cleveland and had something like 40,000 fraudulent new voter registrations for the 2004 election.

Ralph Nader, determined to prove that Kerry is not the only drooling imbecile who lost the last election, has joined in, too:

Citing the Downing Street Memo, former presidential candidate Ralph Nader called for an impeachment investigation on Tuesday in an op-ed piece published by the Boston Globe.

"It is time for Congress to investigate the illegal Iraq war as we move toward the third year of the endless quagmire that many security experts believe jeopardizes US safety by recruiting and training more terrorists," wrote Nader with co-author Kevin Zeese. "A Resolution of Impeachment would be a first step."

Notice the obligatory "quagmire" reference. Notice that Nader requires a co-author for an op-ed piece. Is it because he can’t formulate a coherent opinion on his own, or because he can’t string together a series of coherent sentences by himself? It seems to me Nader’s time might be better spent demanding a congressional investigation of the illegal AFL-CIO goon platoon activities directed at torpedoing his most recent pointless run for the presidency, but, hey, once a leftwingnut always a leftwingnut, and “all us leftwingnuts gotta stick together”, you know, that International Workers of the World mentality.

Incredibly, Kerry, the guy who got an absolute free pass from the MSM while they engaged in their 18 month-long all Bush-bashing all the time “election coverage”, is again complaining that the major media is displaying its rampant pro-Bush bias:

Though largely ignored in the U.S. outside of rabid anti-Bush Web sites like, the Downing Street Memo won Sen. Kerry's endorsement in the Standard Times interview: "It's amazing to me," the top Democrat said, "the way it escaped major media discussion. It's not being missed on the Internet, I can tell you that."

Surely you remember
this all-but incomprehensible babblefest, where Kerry blamed unfair and incompetent media coverage for his loss!

The guy is a complete imbecile. But please, please, let this perennial lightweight ghost Senator convince his congressional colleagues (once he’s introduced himself to them) to bring an impeachment investigation. Please! You want to see the American people rally behind the President? You want to see midterm elections that make the filibuster irrelevant? You want to see Howard Dean get himself into such a lather of overheated rhetoric that he provides uncontroverted proof of spontaneous human combustion?

C’mon, Senator, get your buddy Soros to cough up another $20 or $30 million or so, and let’s get this bandwagon to the political extinction of the extreme left rolling!

NOTE: The link provided is to the NewsMax main page. The story is from a subscriber newsletter, and may or may not be posted on the main page. I have concerns about the propriety of linking to a source which requires a subscription.

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