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View Diary: Time to impeach . . . Congressman Conyers, are you watching? (148 comments)

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    When I mean smoking gun, I am talking about something the American public would consider a smoking gun.  As someone else mentioned above, we would need proof of a homosexual tryst between Bush and Bin Laden for that.  With Clinton, the smoking gun was the semen stain on Monica's dress.  People aren't going to take the time to understand the comoplexity in the memo but everyone understands blowjobs.:)
    •  Watergate quiz (none)
      You have a point.  But there's still a case to be made here.


      When were the "smoking gun" tapes on Watergate released?  1970s?  1996? 2002?

      Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others. Groucho Marx

      by markymarx on Wed May 04, 2005 at 09:38:02 PM PDT

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      •  That's about what it would take (none)
        It would take Bush doing something totally vile on video to break the unconcious swayable middle out of their slumber long enough to move this.

        I don't think this is a smoking gun.  It validates what we all know happened.  It doesn't convince the sheeple though.  The part of the memo about the intel being fixed to the desired conclusion is foreign opinion.  Without a Congress doing it's oversight job we are left with nothing here.

        Viewed with dumbass repub glasses the memo looks like this:  "Bush prepared for the eventuality of going into Iraq.  He did this because Iraq would not respond unless they reaaaally knew they were going to get a devistating attack this time.  The way Bush convinced him of this was by actively planning and trimming out all grey areas.  He wanted allies to also believe he was resolute to do it so word would get back to Hussein.  Bush was forced into going into Iraq because weak kneed allies were going soft and doing business with them.  He knew he had a limited time window before allies actively sided with Hussein."

        Dear Lord, please save me from your followers

        by mz on Thu May 05, 2005 at 04:16:30 AM PDT

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        •  but.... (none)
          Let the wingers make that far-fetched case.

          We have a document written by the British foreign secretary that says there was no legal case for war and so one had to be invented.


          Those are my principles, and if you don't like them... well, I have others. Groucho Marx

          by markymarx on Thu May 05, 2005 at 09:49:24 AM PDT

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