"I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves
me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country.
As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned and
an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money
power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign . . .
until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands, and the Republic
is destroyed.  I feel at this moment more anxiety for the
safety of my country than ever before,
even in the midst of war."
- Republican President Abraham Lincoln, 1846

"If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot 
easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."
- George W. Bush, December 18, 2000

"A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier,
there's no question about it."
- George W. Bush, July 26, 2001

PREMATURE EVACUATION

A CALL TO IMPEACH RESIDENT BUSH

George W. Bush is one frightening man.  What he is doing to our economy and environment cannot be repaired; the damage has been done.  Dictator Bush is anything but "compassionate."  He is conservative.  He is in this for the corporations, and the oil industry, and nothing else.  In seven months he has sold out this country to a degree that no politician before him ever has.  He has isolated us from the rest of the world, and is quickly throwing us back into a Cold War type environment.  All this in less than a year.  Think what he can do in 4 years.  A lot of what he is doing (calling midnight meetings, refusing to turn over energy task force records) warrants a serious investigation, and, hopefully, an impeachment of this man.  I have no doubt the corruption goes straight through Cheney and Rove.  Who knows how deep it will go?  Before it's all said and done, maybe we'll have every Republican in the House and the Senate, along with the entire Bush administration, booted out of Washington D.C. faster than you can say, "a democracy ain't a dictatorship and presidents are elected, not Supreme Court selected."  I have compiled a large list of headlines, starting with the newest, as a reminder to all of us what Bush, and his puppeteers, have done in the small amount of time he/they have been in office.  I will update this page daily, if need be.  The President is honestly starting to scare me, and people need to be aware of whose pocket he's in, so they can VOTE HIM OUT in 2004, if his sorry ass isn't impeached, before then.  Read these headlines, all from major newspapers and media, and be afraid . . . be very afraid. 

"Bush victory:  House allows oil drilling in Artic Refuge"
- USA Today, August 2, 2001

"House defeats SUV rules"
- USA Today, August 2, 2001

"Bush threatens to veto patients' rights bill"
- USA Today, July 31, 2001

"U.S. growth slowest in 8 years"
- MSNBC, July 27, 2001

"U.S. Warns It May Skip Conference On Racism"
- The Washington Post, July 27, 2001

"U.S. rejects accord on germ warfare; Move wipes out 7 years of
negotiations"
- Houston Chronicle, July 26, 2001

"Climate Agreement Leaves U.S. Out in the Cold"
- Washington Post, July 24, 2001

"178 Nations Reach A Climate Accord; U.S. Only Looks On"
- The New York Times, July 24, 2001

"Bush administration ending program to buy back guns from public housing projects"
- ABC News, July 23, 2001

"U.S. at Odds With Europe Over Rules on World Drug Pricing"
- The New York Times, July 20, 2001

"Cheney won't turn over energy task force records"
- CNN, July 19, 2001

"Bush government seeks water cleanup delay"
- The Irish Times, July 17, 2001

"Charity plan assaults rights The Bush administration made a deal with the devil to do God's work. In this case, the devil is a collection of people who want to win congressional passage of George W. Bush's 'faith-based' initiative at any cost, including some who are using it as cover to engage in employment discrimination."
- USA Today, July 16, 2001

"U.S. Expects to Violate ABM in Months"
- Reuters, July 12, 2001

"U.S. Fights U.N. Accord To Control Small Arms; Stance on Draft Pact Not
Shared by Allies"
- The Washington Post, July 10, 2001

"Bush threatens to derail flight attendant strike"
- CNN, June 25, 2001

"Bush's Interior secretary decided to move forward with plans to auction 6 million acres of oil-and-gas-rich seabed in the Gulf of Mexico"
- USA Today, June 18, 2001

"Bush denies Africans AIDS drugs through international aid agency"
- Washington Post, June 15, 2001

"White House threatens to veto high farm aid bill"
- Associated Press, June 15, 2001

"Bush's rally turned into a cowardly exercise in suppressing legitimate protest"
- St. Petersburg Times, June 8, 2001

"Missile Defense Speedup Weighed Implementing System By 2004 Considered"
- The Washington Post, June 8, 2001

"$1.35 trillion tax cut becomes law"
- CNN, June 7, 2001

"Steel Lobbyists Gain the Edge Seeking Import Curb, Industry Warned Bush of Retiree Uprising"
- Washington Post, June 7, 2001

"Bush refuses to issue proclamation for Gay Pride Month"
- Associated Press, June 1, 2001

"Bush undermines Justice Department suits against polluting companies"
- Newsweek, May 29, 2001

"Cheney urges 'fresh look' at nuclear power"
- CNN, May 8, 2001

"Promise to reduce CO2 emissions 'a mistake'"
- CNN, May 8, 2001

"Bush cuts funding to anti-nuclear proliferation programs"
- Salon, May 5, 2001

"Some See Deficiencies in Bush's Budget Math "
- Washington Post, May 3, 2001

"Bush suggests junking missile treaty with Russia"
- CNN, May 2, 2001

"Presidential Budget May End U.S. Tobacco Suit"
- Washington Post, April 25, 2001

"Air Conditioner Energy Standard To Be Relaxed"
- Washington Post, April 14, 2001

"Bush Seeks to Curb Endangered Species Suits Budget Measure Provision Would Give Federal Officials More Discretion, Limit Role of Courts"
- Washington Post, April 12, 2001

"Cut in Birth Control Benefit Of Federal Workers Sought"
- Washington Post, April 12, 2001

"Dioxin Report By EPA On Hold Industries Oppose Finding of Cancer Link, Urge Delay"
- Washington Post, April 12, 2001

"Bush Considers Scrapping Marine Protection Preserves on Hawaii and Channel Islands being reconsidered"
- San Francisco Chronicle, April 6, 2001

"Bush Budget on Health Care Would Cut Aid to Uninsured"
- New York Times, April 4, 2001

"Dismay is being expressed across the world at the decision by U.S. President George W. Bush to abandon the 1997 Kyoto Treaty aimed at staving off global warming"
- CNN, March 29, 2001

"The cruelty of compassionate conservatism Bush hacks at programs to aid children, leaving the battered, the ill and the poor behind"
- Salon, March 23, 2001

"EPA delays lower arsenic standards for water"
- CNN, March 21, 2001

"Bush signs repeal of ergonomic rules into law"
- CNN, March 20, 2001

"Bush reverses position on emissions reductions"
- CNN, March 13, 2001

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