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Postby dasuberding » Wed Apr 26, 2006 6:59 pm

Impeachment is not going to happen, just like it didn't happen for Clinton. I bet impeachment will be called for every sitting president, from here on out. Big deal, somebody wants to blame the world's woes on one man. I don't like him, let's impeach him. It doesn't work this way. If you really want to make a change in this country, start holding every stinking politician liable for their really bad, unthought out decisions. Not just the president. Congress would be good start. Granted, there are probably a few good "Mr. Smiths" out there but I have yet to meet one.

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Postby Bob_Lynn » Wed Apr 26, 2006 7:12 pm

Note, impeachment is only a proceeding. Just because an official is impeached does not mean he's tossed from office. People often confuse the point. Also, to bring impeachment proceedings, you have to charge the official with some violation of his office, you can't just impeach that official because you don't like what he's doing.

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Postby Frustrated » Fri Apr 28, 2006 4:05 pm

Carter who?

I admit I cannot seem to remember back in the old days, just after Regan.

:lol:

What about Nixon? wasn't he the first to be impeached, or did he resign? I cannot seem to remember.

That is why I don't vote anymore, because I distrust the Governments. I used to vote before, hoping there would be a change, but nope, there isn't any change, it has gone to the dumps and it is getting worse in fact.

They say if you don't vote, you go to Jail. Bring it on. They would have to pay tax payer's dollars to put you in there to begin with. I do believe once if everybody start not voting, the Country will have a voice once again, but no, because we have decades, and decades of Governments, all the way back to 14th Century, even way back to Egypt to the Mummies and Kings. I sometimes do wish I was back in there, cos there is no CPS in there, just warriors.

:lol:

But there are worse of the worst, sometime it is bad enough in the Historical times, just like in France, they do the Gillotine, cutting your hands off if you steal, if you murder, they cut your heads off. Nope, don't want to be in that Year. Which year, would I want to be in?
mmmmmmm.........let me think and get back to you.

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Postby mousey » Fri Apr 28, 2006 6:48 pm

Frustrated you don't vote. What about third party candidates? A vote for a third party candidate is not a wasted vote. Too many people think that it is and that is why we are stuck with a two party system.
Also, what about local candidates running for office? School board, town board, sheriff, etc etc. Who's on your local school board is pretty important.
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Postby dasuberding » Sat Apr 29, 2006 4:00 am

Not voting is the most asinine thing I have ever heard of. Mousey is right, there are third party canidates. In fact, I believe we need more parties in the system to break the stranglehold that the republicans and democrats have on America. Who ever said that " if you don't vote, you go to Jail"? Voting is a right not a privelige.

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Postby RKeyser » Sat Apr 29, 2006 11:48 am

yeah I said I wasn't posting again lol, but this I had to comment on;
"Not voting is the most asinine thing I have ever heard of."

Says who?? Someone once campaigning came to my house and asked if I was a regestered voter, I said NO, cause I didn't at that time, he then said if I didn't vote that I didn't have the right to gripe,,,, to that I told the boob,,, AS LONG AS I PAY TAXES I HAVE THE RIGHT TO GRIPE!!!!!

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Postby Frustrated » Sat Apr 29, 2006 2:43 pm

Nope, I don't vote anymore. Period.

I am not going to vote for the School Board that is frivilous of calling CPS and puts Children in Foster Care.

I am not going to vote for some one that does not care about the Children.

I am not going to vote that puts Children out of schools and homes and removes them.

I am not going to vote for Congressmen that does not take the time to listen to our problems.

I am not going to vote for Cops that assist CPS in removal of Children.

Most of all I am not going to vote anyone that supports of CPS in any shape or form.
It is easy to steal from poor people. But don't do it. And don't take advantage of those poor people in court. The Lord is on their side. He supports them and he will take things away from any person that takes from them.~ Proverbs 22:22

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Postby dasuberding » Sat Apr 29, 2006 11:00 pm

Maybe you guys missed the part on third parties. The problem is the republican and dems. Both parties. You have the means to change the system and influence others. Nobody is going to force you to vote but I think it's pretty stupid to just sit on your arses and not take a risk. Fine, don't vote. As for the state and local levels, vote the incumbents out. In California, the incumbents almost always win and it's business as usual. Promises and lies and then no action except for the special interest groups who are really funding the incumbents programs. You get active, start working and informing the public, and then throw the bums out on their asses. Don't just give up!

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Postby good dad » Sat Apr 29, 2006 11:14 pm

das...I agree 100%

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Postby Frustrated » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:36 pm

They are all just the same in the same Boat, they all support CPS Organization and still think they are Holier than Thou's Best Organization in the Country...

Third Parties do indeed support CPS, they had no choice. They don't want to look an ass, so they have to kiss the arse of CPS and make themselves look good in the name of Holy Name.

No thanks, I vote for my God, and no body else. God will be the only one that can change everything. That is the only one I can count on and have full Faith in.

I have no Faith in any Governments, they have failed the People's trust. Think about it...trust in God on all the Money? I think it is high time we do just that. Trust in God.

It is ironic that they put in all Schools, Money, Buildings under "Trust in God" and whatever, and they don't follow it. It is just a message to them, and they don't follow it. It is just there to appease the People and make them happy. Governments don't put their trust in God. If that was the case, where is the real Protection of our Children in our Country? :shock:

The World is in Full Corruption, Twists of Lies, and Evil, and I want no part in it whatsover.
It is easy to steal from poor people. But don't do it. And don't take advantage of those poor people in court. The Lord is on their side. He supports them and he will take things away from any person that takes from them.~ Proverbs 22:22


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