Wednesday, December 13, 2006

What to do with a President that refuses to listen?

President Bush may ignore the bipartisan Baker-Hamilton Iraq Study Group recommendations, according to media sources today. So what's new! Did you really believe somehow he would see the light? Once in his lifetime is all that is allowed to "see the light" and he found Jesus that time. I wonder what Jesus is thinking now about him, or us?

The real question is this. Do the American people have the courage to stop Bush from making a bigger fool of himself than he has already. The country needs to initiate an "intervention" of both Bush and Cheney. Call it "tough love", but soon to be Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, needs to reconsider her earlier statement that "IMPEACHMENT" is off the table for these two. As the close friend of President Bush, the Senator from Oregon stated as recently as today. it is criminal to allow our soldiers to face roadside bombs every day and being shot by both Sunni's and Shiites in their Civil war while they are shooting each other.

4 Comments:

Blogger RyanM said...

President Bush will either realize that he needs to change course, or he will be cast in the same breath as Nixon and Hoover when it comes to Presidencies.

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"What to do with a President that refuses to listen?"

Force him and Cheney to resign under the threat of impeachment.

7:57 AM  
Blogger Jim said...

Bush is already much worse than Nixon and Hoover. Hoover was trapped in some fairly inevitable economic forces, and at least Nixon eventually took us out of the war he inherited. Bush is certainly more insulated and paranoid than even Dick Nixon.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Andy D said...

Just becuase Bush doesn't implement the ISG recommendations, doesn't mean he hasn't read them. Besides, many of the recommendations are bad ideas. The way forward in Iraq won't be from a bi-partisian consensus. It will be from a leader who sees what it takes to get us there.

4:54 AM  

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