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Impeachment For Cheney AND Bush?!

By- Suzie-Q @ 6:53 PM MST

© 2004-2007 Stephen Pitt

Presidential hopeful Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), who brought an impeachment resolution against Vice President Dick Cheney to the House floor on Tuesday, says he is also planning a similar resolution to impeach President Bush.

House Republicans vote against Democratic-led move to table Cheney impeachment measure; resolution sent to House Judiciary

In an unexpected move, House Republicans on Tuesday voted against a measure to kill an impeachment resolution introduced against Vice President Dick Cheney by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH).

A motion to table, which would have ended debate on the resolution, had been brought by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) soon after Rep. Kucinich took to the floor to read from his proposed articles of impeachment.

“Impeachment is not on the agenda,” Rep. Hoyer had told Fox News earlier on Tuesday.”We have some major priorities. We need to focus on those.”

Although the roll call vote had initially appeared to favor Hoyer’s motion, Republicans — who had at first voted in with the majority leader — began to switch their votes.

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Evening Jukebox… No One

By- Suzie-Q @ 6:30 PM MST


Alicia Keys – No One

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ATTENTION: 911 UPDATE

by Geezer Power …4:01 pm

There has been a lot of action on Who is Arthur Scheuerman? Thanks to all for the great comments on this article…G:

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This year deadliest for U.S. troops in Iraq

Sudhan@21:10 CET

Reuters, Tuesday Nov 6, 2007, 11:39 AM ET

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Seven U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq on Monday, the U.S. military said, making 2007 the deadliest year for U.S. forces in the country.

The deaths, one of the highest daily tolls in weeks, took the number of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq this year to 853. The worst previous year was 2004, when 849 deaths were recorded.

In total, 3,856 U.S. soldiers have been killed since the U.S.-led invasion to topple Saddam Hussein in 2003.

“We lost five soldiers yesterday in two unfortunate incidents, both involving IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices),” U.S. military spokesman Rear Admiral Greg Smith told reporters in Baghdad on Tuesday.

The military said both attacks took place in Kirkuk province near the volatile oil-refining city of Baiji, 180 km (112 miles) north of Baghdad. In the worst incident, four soldiers were killed when a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle.

A sixth soldier was killed in western Anbar province, once one of the most dangerous places in Iraq for U.S. troops but now seen as a success story for U.S. President George W. Bush’s new Iraq strategy since Sunni tribes there turned against al Qaeda.

A sailor was also killed on Monday in an explosion during operations in Salahuddin province, the military said.

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anthony @ 20:00 GMT

British anti war campaigner, Brian Haw, talks about 9/11, this is very short clip but a much longer one (about an hour) will be uploaded soon. Brian has been living in a peace camp in Parliament Square since 2001.

Note: “Bollocks” is a British vulgarism, meaning “testicles”. Used as an expletive, it is broadly equivalent to the American “bullshit”.

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by GEF @ 6:41 AM MST

Well Middle Class America thanks to your apathy all these years and your greed, the Rich Elite now get the last laugh… You are the Frogs that are in that boiling pot!

“Welcome to your worst nightmare! You are about to go into full slavery because of your apathy and blind trust in corrupt leaders and corrupt institutions like the media!

Godless Men and Women who live lavishly in pomp and privalege have decided that they want to rule the world by taking everything that you and I have and relegating us as their slaves..mere cogs in their evil schemes!


From Article..

Families all over the country continue to lose homes in record numbers, stripping families of their wealth and destroying entire neighbourhoods”


Foreclosure wave sweeps America

By Steve Schifferes
BBC economics reporter, Cleveland, Ohio


two boarded up houses in Cleveland

Thousands of abandoned houses in Cleveland have been vandalized

A wave of foreclosures and evictions is about to sweep the United States in the wake of the sub-prime mortgage lending crisis. This could destabilise the US housing market and may also lead to further turmoil in financial institutions, who collectively own $1 trillion (£480.6bn) worth of sub-prime debt.

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Bush and Musharraf’s grand illusion

Sudhan@12:30 CET

Democracy for Pakistan was never the deal — and as Musharraf’s latest power grab throws his nation into turmoil, Bush will gladly go along.

By Juan Cole

Photo: AP/Gerald Herbert

President Bush shakes hands with Pakistan President Gen. Pervez Musharraf Sept. 22, 2006, after a White House press conference.

Nov. 6, 2007 | In the fall of 1999, as he campaigned for the presidency, George W. Bush was asked by a reporter to name the leader of Pakistan. Bush could not. He famously replied: “The new Pakistani general, he’s just been elected — not elected, this guy took over office. It appears this guy is going to bring stability to the country, and I think that’s good news for the subcontinent.” Although Bush didn’t know Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s name and was confused as to how he got into office, the soon-to-be American president was sanguine about the anti-democratic developments in Pakistan.

More than seven years later, Bush’s illusions about Musharraf — and any illusion of democracy in Pakistan — have been shattered by the dictator’s declaration of a state of emergency. Tantamount to a coup, Musharraf’s actions on Saturday have not only thrown Pakistan into turmoil but have also revealed the hypocrisy of Bush’s foreign policy, including the proclaimed goal of fostering freedom and the rule of law in the Muslim world.

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