March 28, 2003
Impeachment: The Next Generation
You know, if I was prone to conspiracy theories, I might suspect that there might be more than a glitch involved when the ONLY post missing from my archive just happens to be the one suggesting an American regime change. But, I'm certain it's just an unfortunate mishap and that Blogger would NEVER stoop to censoring one of it's users.
So, for you're viewing pleasure, here is the whole post from March 7, reprinted for your amusement......
Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark thinks he has enough of a case to impeach Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, AND Ashcroft.
Clark also claims to have turned water into wine in his spare time.
Of course, if the Republicans can try to undue a presidential election over a blow job, then I think "instigating World War III" could conceivably fall into the category of high crimes & misdemeanors. "What's good for the goose", etc. etc. It at least warrants a little thought.
Angry White Men
So, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is, if nothing else, confrontational. But, in today's climate, where dissent is equated with treason in the eyes of more than a few, his ability to raise a voice in opposition to this 2nd Gulf War on one of the world's biggest stages is definitely appreciated by yours truly. Here, in an op-ed piece he wrote for the L.A. Times a few days after he was booed off the Oscar stage, Moore starts out by letting us know that his own religious faith is the beginning of his outrage. Is he grandstanding? Probably. But at least he's talking.
Incidentally, Variety has indicated that Moore's next film, "Farenheit 911", will be an expose on the relationship between two powerful, aristocratic families:
The Bushes and the Bin Ladens.
Here's hoping more doesn't find himself in a freak plane accident before it's finished.