Your response was invalid back then
and still is invalid. You force me to repeat myself to prove a point. Apparently you've missed it. Your response is illrelevant, not all Republicans support the war in Iraq, and thus you have committed a fallacy. One that you continue to repeat for a second time.
[link|http://www.xormad.com:4096/district268|I am from District 268].
A Masterpiece of purest digital-'think'__!!__For posterity.
This can't be meds or lack of same: It's *You*
Bad Presidents are impeached.
If a President isn't impeached: Good President.
For the genuine silly person, travel (or reading) merely enables them to misunderstand further and then .. abound in absurdities.
Imagining that reiterating doggerel in pseudo-intellectual form .. constitutes something akin to 'proof' of anything but brain dysfuction: probably puts you now beyond further pharm-chem (or most other..) 'help' for your ongoing afflictions.
It's.. simply.. *You* !!
to a fare-thee-well.
And this is pointless
Your logic is as bad as your spelling.
If you're unable to comprehend that current political reality is such that it is virtually impossible that a Republican President would be impeached, then continuing to point out this fact is pointless.
I'll make my last attempt before exiting this thread.
For an impeachment movement to get off the ground it needs the prospect of commanding majorities in both the House and the Senate. Currently Republicans have those majorities and good enough party organizations to consistently win most votes that they want. That would obviously include the numbers to squelch any criticism of the President.
The existence of Republicans who dislike Bush is irrelevant (feel free to learn how to spell that). This is a numbers game. And right now Bush's organization has the numbers on their side.
If you don't care to understand this, I don't care. Everyone else here does understand this point. I feel no need to further defend what is obvious and won't bother responding again to you in this thread.
To deny the indirect purchaser, who in this case is the ultimate purchaser, the right to seek relief from unlawful conduct, would essentially remove the word consumer from the Consumer Protection Act
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