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Started by Khadafi, July 16, 2008, 02:38:42 PM
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QuoteIn a stunning development which fell with the silence of a feather yesterday, 9 Republicans broke with their iron-fisted party to put country first, and voted to send Rep. Dennis Kucinich's article of impeachment HR 1345 to the Judiciary, where Chairman John Conyers will hold a hearings on abuses of power by the Bush administration, according to the Congressional Quaterly's CQToday. Ten Republicans abstained in this critical moment, while only 5 Dems did. The vote was neck and neck at many moments, with "Nays" pulling ahead twice.Those Republicans are (Yea 238 - Nay 180):Congressman Kevin Brady (TX) Congressman Wayne Gilchrest (MD) Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC) Representative Don Manzullo (IL) U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy(PA) Congressman Ron Paul (TX) Congressman Dave Reichert (WA) Congressman Christopher Shays (CT) Representative Mike Turner (OH)One of the Republicans, Walter Jones, represents Camp LeJeune in North Carolina, one of the largest Marine bases in the country, and one which has borne heavily the sacrifice of the Iraq War.
Quote from: JMV on July 16, 2008, 02:38:42 PMhttp://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/7/16/144137/459/664/552594It's being sent to the Judiciary. Also Ron Paul.So, do you think this will result in Bush successfully being impeached? I think there a good chance that he will. It's a bit late, but it's better than enver.
Quote from: JMV on July 16, 2008, 02:38:42 PMSo, do you think this will result in Bush successfully being impeached?
Quote from: David on April 07, 2016, 11:52:51 AM>dailydross also what the fuck is up with the inconsistent styling? >congressman >representative>us congressman