Remember Remember the 8th of November 2006

Pelosi: Bush Impeachment “Off the Table”
By Susan Ferrechio
Published: November 8, 2006

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi promised Wednesday that when her party takes over, the new majority will not attempt to remove President Bush from office, despite earlier pledges to the contrary from others in the caucus.

“I have said it before and I will say it again: Impeachment is off the table,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said during a news conference.


And … it was.

Dead and buried.

Regardless of the thousands of phone calls, emails, and letters sent to Nancy Pelosi … Impeachment remained “Off The Table” and George W. Bush left office unpunished after committing High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Thanks Nancy, and a tip of the hat to Harry Reid, John Conyers, and every complicit Democrat who aided and abetted the most criminal and corrupt administration in American History.

May The Big Karmic Wheel someday flatten these quislings to a thickness even the cheapest pasta machines can handle.

Skipping ahead to The Bright American Future led by a Democratic Majority …

As lawmakers on Capitol Hill hammer out legislation to overhaul the nation’s health care system this year, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says that a single-payer option is not on the table.

Uh Oh …

The last time a Democratic BigWig said something was “Off The Table” … guess what … It Really Was Off The Table.

Asked if the administration’s program will be drafted specifically to prevent it from evolving into a single-payer plan, Sebelius says: “I think that’s very much the case …”

So … not only is this administration’s healthcare “reform” not single payer, they’re going to make sure it never is.

And the difference between Democrats, Republicans, and Joe Lieberman (whatever the hell he is) when it comes to healthcare in this country is … zero.

Their similarities?

The Healthcare Insurance Complex is nonpartisan when it comes to corrupting our elected representatives. They don’t care who they have to buy off. And whoever gets bought off doesn’t give a good goddamn about the poor, the working poor, and those with the most serious health problems.


For a minute there I was afraid there might be a chance we’d join the rest of the industrialized world.

A Special Thanks to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius … and to the rest of the swine at the trough.

Remember Remember the 8th of November … 2006 June 17, 2009


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