Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Where will you stand?

Where will you stand when all is said and done? Will you be one of those "Ross Perot supporters in dismay?" from years back? Word is on the streets,

The anti-Bush movement is "genuinely bubbling up from the grass roots," said Jon Copans, the state party's executive director.

According to this article, (and according to common sense from anyone who has half a hearing aid),

The anti-Bush movement is "genuinely bubbling up from the grass roots,"

Well duh! Brings me back around to my question, "Where will you stand when all is said and done?". I for one, am not a person of radical notion, much less behavior. (ok, there was that one time in college..) But seriously, these folks have an answer! The great State of Vermont is pulling out "Jefferson's Manual"( it's right there in article 53) and are prepared to go to work for you and I! No more of this pansy ass shit "If you are not a resident, then contact your own congressman...blah, blah...". These folks wanna boogie!

Democratic committees in at least half of the state's 14 counties have passed resolutions calling for impeachment, citing a rule in "Jefferson's Manual," a book of parliamentary guidelines written by Thomas Jefferson that supplements U.S. House rules. They rely on "Jefferson's Manual," which says impeachment proceedings can begin "by charges transmitted from the legislature of a state

Rock on Vermont!! These folks obviously mean to be on the active side of a productive street, no more vote sacrificing to the mysterious Third Party Gods, this is some real stuff!
So I ask again, "Where will you stand when all is said and done?". I for one am gonna go down kicking and screaming, it was my vote, he lied, I want it back! What, are we all gonna cave into the "well, he is our President...he does need our support.." Take a trip over to my 2nd video, after you puke...offer him your support.

Democratic House Speaker Gaye Symington said lawmakers should stay focused on state issues and suggested Bush critics work to elect a different Congress in November "that could investigate the actions of the president and change the direction of the country."

James Barnett, chairman of the Vermont Republican Party, said presidents should not be impeached "because we disagree with them," adding that evidence for impeachment was drawn from "left-wing blogs and conspiracy theories."

See? It's all our fault anyway, why not follow through? These guys are scared, mark my words (southern slang and all), this is the beginning of an end here folks, question remains, "Where will you stand when all is said and done?".

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