Tuesday, January 17, 2006

It's getting crowded in here.

When I first mentioned impeachment, I was a lonely voice in the wilderness and my opinion was attributed to "smoking crack." Since then, I have been documenting and welcoming others who have come around. Now it looks like we are going to have to make room for another 60+ million impeachment supporters in Big Mitch's Impeachment Crack House.

A new Zogby poll will be released tomorrow showing that by a 52% to 43% margin, Americans believe that Congress should consider impeaching George W. Bush if he wiretapped the people of this country without court approval, which King George W has admitted. The poll, with a margin of error of 2.9%, shows that 66% of Democrats, 59% of independents, and 23% of Republicans support impeachment for wiretapping. Majorities favored impeachment across the country: the East (54%), South (53%), and West (52%), Central states (50%).

Based on the number of voters in the last Presidential election, we're going to make room for just over 63 million folk in here.

If I understood Al Gore's speech last night, one of them is Bob Barr, who knows a thing or two about impeachment. He was, after all, the Congressman who first introduced an Inquiry of Impeachment against President Clinton. He’s also introduced the Defense of Marriage Act, while on his way to earning a consistent 100% rating from the Christian Coalition. He ran for President of the NRA, came in second, and he was named their Legislator of the Year. If we build a wing on this crack house, we may name it after him. How does: "The Bob Barr Extreme Right Wing of the Impeachment Crack House" sound?

We'll work on it.

“… and tell ’em Big Mitch sent ya!”

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