As an American, I can no longer site idly by and watch George W. Bush and his criminal cabal destroy the country that I love.
As an American, I can not hide behind the excuse that I’m tired or retired or no longer interested in politics.
What Bush and his henchmen and women have done to this nation goes far beyond politics. He is a despotic criminal, a deranged faux leader with megalomaniacal delusions of grandeur that threaten not only the future of America, but the peace and security of the world.
George W. Bush is a war criminal, a mass murderer who has sent not only more than 4,000 American men and women in uniform to their deaths but whose insane actions have killed untold and too often undocumented thousands upon thousands of Iraqi and Afghan civilians.
He and his criminal conspiracy have gutted the Constitution, destroyed the liberties that once defined this nation and stripped America of respect on the world stage.
He must be stopped – now. We cannot wait until January 20, 2009, to replace this madman.
We know what must be done. The question is how to accomplish his removal without putting the nation in even greater peril.
Simply impeaching Bush is not an answer. Removing him by impeachment means turning the reins of power over to Vice President Dick Cheney, the mastermind of many of the criminal acts that will define forever the legacy of the Bush administration. That option is unacceptable.
Ridding this country of the cancer that invades our government requires far more drastic action. Sadly, no one in the line of succession measures up to the formidable task of steering the nation back onto a course that will avoid our inevitable date with destiny.
The Democratic leadership of Congress is not up to the job. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are political hacks who can’t even enforce the mandates handed them by voters in the 2006 mid-term elections and Pelosi refuses to let her party take any action that would remove a despot like Bush from power.
Sadly, we can’t depend on the November elections to change the course of history. Republican John McCain has turned into a Bush clone and Democrat Barack Obama has gone from being an agent of change to just another sniveling, opportunistic wannabe who will do or say anything for a vote.
America’s problems cannot be solved by removing one pack of corrupt jackals from office and replacing it with another.
It’s time for Americans to take back America. It’s time to stop looking for short-term solutions to a long-term problem.
Recapturing America requires drastic action and radical change.
How do we do this?
I don’t know.
But I’m back and I’m working on it.