Do you think the Bush Administration is nothing but Lies, Lies, Lies?

Is Bush in contempt of our Constitution?

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  • cantcu
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Bush has norhing but contempt of the constitution. He has tried at every turn to destroy it, or its meaning.

    Lieing is the mainstay of Bush's administration. Now, like Fox news had what was really said on one of it's shows transcripts changed, Gonzales has now been found to have lied when he said he wasn't involved in the firings of the Asst Attorney Generals when he was at a long and protracted meeting into how it was going to be done! Now his mouthpiece is trying to spin that lie that he told Congress.

    "Stopping short of demanding Gonzales' resignation, Sen. Arlen Specter (news, bio, voting record) cited a Nov. 27 calendar entry placing the attorney general at a Justice Department meeting to discuss the dismissals. Those documents "appear to contradict" Gonzales' earlier statements that he never participated in such conversations, said Specter, top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee that oversees the Justice Department.

    "We have to have an attorney general who is candid, truthful. And if we find out he has not been candid and truthful, that's a very compelling reason for him not to stay on," said Specter, R-Pa.".....

    At a March 13 news conference, trying to stem the furor over the firings, Gonzales said, "I never saw documents. We never had a discussion about where things stood."

    But his Nov. 27 schedule, included in a batch of memos sent to Capitol Hill late Friday, showed he attended an hour-long meeting at which, aides said, he approved a detailed plan for executing the purge."

    Now read this spin, which is another lie!

    "Since the schedule's release, Justice aides have said Gonzales meant he was not involved in selecting the prosecutors when he said he didn't participate in discussions about their firings. "He didn't say he wasn't involved," former Republican chairman Ed Gillespie said Sunday."

    Gonzales' Republican support erodes By LARA JAKES JORDAN, Associated Press Writer

    23 minutes ago

    Now Bush is being seriously considered for being impeached, and from his own party!

    By HOPE YEN, Associated Press Writer

    Sun Mar 25, 2:04 PM ET

    WASHINGTON - With his go-it-alone approach on Iraq, President Bush is flouting Congress and the public, so angering lawmakers that some consider impeachment an option over his war policy, a senator from Bush's own party said Sunday."

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  • kelsaw
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    There are die-not undemanding conservatives that think of each and each individual that disagrees with them are left-wing followers or stupid. Im self reliant and that i attempt to be honest to the two events yet alot of republicans tend to be greater indignant, and much less sensible. maximum of those people will proceed to think of and vote an identical because of the fact they are in so deep in ideals, faith, and the lies that the republican politicians tell them. Democrats do an identical factor yet to a lesser evil, the spectacular is in basic terms incorrect on all the considerable subject concerns and info approximately 911 and the conflict. If there replaced right into a heaven and hell, republicans could be in hell, us third events could be in heaven, and democrats could be caught in limbo for all the cases they have taken back administration and failed, dont do it lower back in 2008!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No bush is NOT in contempt of our Constitution. There is a BIG difference between a lie and being mistaken without knowledge of your mistake. When will you bleeding heart liberals realize that. Oh, and just for anyone who says anything about this later....Clinton was NOT impeached and he didn't go under IMPEACHMENT PROCESSES because he had a little thing on the side. He was under impeachment processes for commiting perjury.

  • 1 decade ago

    Ask Sandy Berger. And all the Democrat Halliburton shareholders.... (Michael Moore, Soros, even Boxer had some during the invasion!)

    On the other hand, I wouldn't want to buck the party line. I don't want to be marched off to Re-Education camp when the Comintern takes over in 2008....

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  • -RKO-
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Bush has lied to the American people and to Congress.

    His administration is scandal-ridden with people who seemed to believe they're above the law.

    He is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and over 3,200 U.S. soldiers.

    He has ignored the Constitution, choosing to make up his own law as he goes along.

    He is the worst President in U.S. history (so far). -RKO-

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Skippy, I don't know you or know where your come from or what your constitution is. So in Regrades to "our Constitution"

    no possible answer.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    and your commiecrats are any better? First bill they put out to get the troops home is LOADED WITH USELESS PORK! Oh and look what happened with Iran and UK over the weekend....nice.....

  • 1 decade ago

    All we can do is watch fox news and listen to hate radio until the war on terror is over,

  • 1 decade ago

    Not a chance.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    he is following Saudi Arabia

    Source(s): Kuwait too
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