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  •  I so agree (4.00)
    I have not even dreamed of impeachment because the replacements were just as bad and actually have brains. I figured it would be even more dangerous. But after this newest domestic spying, it just scares the hell out of me that this guy is just as bad as these dictators he wants to replace. One thing I always believed was that we had a right to express our opinions as we are a democracy. I hope the Iraqi people are watching our democracy under Bush. And they had better be suspicious themselves.

    In the meantime, I was thinking of every time I go to the grocery stores, I will fill out one of those "For Sale" cards with IMPEACH. And I am thinking of other spots were I could put the signs up and not get hauled off to some foreign prison never to be heard from again. :)  Seems like that is more possible than I ever thought before.

    Believing is the Magic That Makes Dreams Come True.....

    by BarnBabe on Mon Dec 19, 2005 at 03:22:36 PM PST

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    •  Grocery stores are great, BarnBabe. . . (4.00)
      . . .but don't forget laundromats.  Even if you don't have to use one, stop in and slap up a sticker right next to the badly-spelled sign advertising used baby clothes for sale.

      The time is now. Damn it, the time is ALWAYS now!

      by PrairieCorrespondent on Mon Dec 19, 2005 at 08:10:09 PM PST

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      •  I hadn;t thoght of that (none)
        In my neighborhood, cooffeshops, head shops, record stores, etc. let people just drop off or post post cards and flyers. I have a ton of postcard paper here. I'd be willing to print up cards that say "Impeach" on one side and a list of websites on the other.
        •  where is your neighborhood? (none)
          coffee shop, head shop, record store...sounds like you live in a liberal oasis my friend!

          Still we need to get the message out even if it is to a sympathetic audience who doesn't have the time to think obsessively about impeachment all day like I and others here do.

          I myself have a liberal oasis to one side of me and a pretty bland suburban hell hole to the other side, and I will do my best to plaster all the laundromats, grocery stores and other bulletin boards with our message.

          Stop saying that blue state people are out of touch with the morals and values of the red states. I'm not out of touch with them, I just don't share them.

          by missreporter on Tue Dec 20, 2005 at 04:03:58 AM PST

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