MSNBC: Of 330,000 plus responses over 85% want Bush Impeached... (1 Viewer)

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Nancy Pelosi says impeachment is "off the table."

Non-scientific "whoever wants to vote" open web poll. Whoop-ti-do.
 

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Post the same poll on FoxNews.com and I bet you get a completely different result. Internet polls in which the same people can vote over and over again (and possibly run scripts on) are hardly a measure of the pulse of America.
 

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Yawn...I won't even waste my time going over to Demcratic Underground, MoveOn and DailyKos to look up the posts where they're urging everybody to vote on that poll as many times as possible.
 

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I got this one:

No, like any president, he has made a few missteps, but nothing approaching "high crimes and misdemeanors."
4.4%


:shrug:

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Having said that, I'm sure there are advisors and possibly members of the administration who will be indicted and convicted for breaking laws. The President is as teflon as President Clinton.

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If it was truly 85%, the Democrats wouldn't have to impeach him - the Republicans already would have done it.
 

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If Bush is, as The American Prospect said in a cover story, "the worst President ever", the Democratic party has a civic obligation to impeach him. Don't tease me, politically speaking. Americans need consummation of our rage. The Britney/KFed breakup can sustain us only so long.

/I voted "yes"
/this is scientific polling, isn't it?
 

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I got this one:

No, like any president, he has made a few missteps, but nothing approaching "high crimes and misdemeanors."
4.4%


:shrug:

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like hooking up with an intern lol

i agree, congress has better things to do, dont waste time on impeachment
 

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What I think is interesting is that the lowest choice, "I Don't Know," received 1.9%. To me, that speaks volumes.
 

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>>MSNBC has a loyal communist following.

Humor noted with the caveat that Fox is the choice of the Hitler elite who want someone who agrees with them to deliver their news. :)

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I don't see how this is even debatable; as egregious as his crimes have been, Bush should have been impeached long ago. He led us into a war when there was not ONE SHRED of evidence that Iraq had anything to do with 9-11 (because they didn't) or that Iraq was a terorist threat to us IN ANY WAY. Sure, Hussain was/is a despicable guy, but if we spent our time removing every tyrant from every far-flung country, we wouldn't have any resources left..... And the way that Bush "handled" Katrina, letting our people rot for a week on rooftops and at the Convention Center and Dome without sending sufficient help for almost a week- that is the very definition of dereliction of duty. The fact that our great American city still sits largely in ruins 15 months after the fact is testament to Bush's inaction and ineptness. Not to hold Blanco and Nagin et al blameless, but it all starts at the top. Step back for just a second and think about what Bill Clinton was impeached for: Lying about sex. If Congress saw fit to impeach Clinton, than Bush's impeachment should be a no-brainer.
 

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