A Good Reason to Vote Republican

Republicans support the rule of law. They don’t find that the president (or even Tom DeLay) is above the law. They take their oath to the Constitution very seriously. They don’t believe in a constitutional double-standard. Vote Republican in 2006 to ensure that Bush is impeached.

If you think I’m joking, just watch the video below to check out the statements of Bill Frist, John Boehner, Tom DeLay and Dennis Hastert on the topic.

posted by Stephen Gordon
  • Wes

    The joke’s on us.

  • J. Bruno

    But do they support dropping Mr. Bush off in down town Baghdad after the impeachment?

  • Rick Steeb

    Hee! Left overs from Bubba’s troubles… Priceless!

  • ianbernard

    Law is a scam on good people.

  • Ian C

    I always wondered how long it would take Bush to make enemies out of the Congressional bodies in toto for his actions/policies regarding them.

    One thing you can always count on in a politician; the desire for power will inevitably cause him to backlash on anybody who tries to take it from him. (Blunt signing statement reference!). Just wish more were being done with regards *to* that.

  • Timothy West

    thats quotes from clinton’s time right?

  • http://libertarianyouth.blogspot.com Nigel Watt

    Of course they are…what they should have said is “Nobody who I don’t like is above the law.”

  • Stephen VanDyke

    I was waiting for the record scratch sound and a big “WTF?! It only counts when Clinton does it?”

    Then again, I have a panache for the dramatic.

  • Timothy West

    yah. I gotta have those thangs. I would have done something more than just over black. Doing tht over the photos of the quoters and clinon would hve had much more impact.

  • http://www.deived.com Deived

    Vote Republican, so they can gain more power and not have to impeach anyone. Do you really think they would impeach after they get in? I thought they were already in? Can’t they do it now?

  • http://libertarianyouth.blogspot.com Nigel Watt

    Facetiousness is a beautiful method of separating the intellectual wheat from the chaff, isn’t it?