Saturday, November 3, 2007

Kucinich to force vote on Cheney Impeachment

According to an article in RawStory, United States Representative Dennis J. Kucinich of Ohio announced he would move to force a vote next week on his resolution calling for the impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney. This news comes just days after Rep. Kucinich questioned the state of President Bush's mental health in an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board discussing the [P]Resident's comments about a nuclear Iran precipitating World War III.

Seems that on most days, Rep. Kucinich is the only person in Washington to grasp the reality that the Emporer hasn't a stitch to wear...

Having been a staunch defender of the Constitution and ever-vigilant caretaker of the Republic for many years now, Dennis is finally riding an overdue wave of popularity in numerous high profile polls, despite the mainstream media's attempts to marginalize him and his presidential candidacy. (God forbid we have a candidate who wasn't hand-picked by the powers-that-be, or even more hideously, actually has the gall to speak the truth!)

The heavily-trafficked Democracy for America (DFA) Pulse Poll has Kucinich leading with more than 24% of the vote as of noon on October 30th. In the largest Democratic straw poll in California, Kucinich's 24% finished a strong second to John Edwards 29%. According to last week’s Rasmussen Report, Kucinich is tied for fourth place in New Hampshire polls at 7%, only seven points behind John Edwards and in a Zogby America poll earlier this month, Kucinich was fourth, six points behind Edwards, and ahead of Bill Richardson.

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