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John P. Murtha (D-Pa.) Calls for Impeachment

Posted by Bobby on April 30, 2007

Democratic congressman John P. Murtha is using a word we are all familiar with: Impeachment.

Rep. John P. Murtha (D-Pa.) said Sunday that Democrats in Congress could consider impeachment as a way to pressure President Bush on his handling of the war in Iraq.

“What I’m saying, there’s four ways to influence a president. And one of them’s impeachment,” Murtha, chairman of the House Appropriations defense subcommittee, said on CBS’ Face the Nation.

Amazing isn’t it. The Democratic congress has done nothing since taking office accept attempt to raise our taxes and undermine our troops. Now, they are attempting to weaken our country even more by impeaching the our president. The same president that wants to fight terrorists, bring freedom to Iraq, and protect our country.

Mistakes were made in Iraq. For instance, our country shouldn’t have waited on the UN. After presenting our case to the UN, they decided to takes months debating and putting together mandates for Sadam that he never followed. When the UN finally decided to send inspectors, Sadam wouldn’t let them look every where they needed and he eventually kicked them out. During these months of debates and typical UN ‘BS’, Sadam had plenty of time to dismantle and hide his weapons.

Do Democrats call for impeachment of the inefficent UN officals? No, they call for the impeachment of the one person who is willing to fight these terriorists and protect our country. Traitors to our country. All of them.


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