Update: Paging Powerline
UPDATE: You'll want to check link for the latest on Powerline's misleading posts.
It's claimed that some Republicans may have voted for it to force the issue. That would be another matter. I imagine a reference will emerge if that's the case.
Having failed in efforts to impeach Vice President Cheney, Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-Ohio) escalated his battle against the administration this week by introducing 35 articles of impeachment against President Bush, using a parliamentary maneuver that will probably force a vote today.
I've already noted that Mike Castle voted for Kucinich's resolution to impeach Bush.
I'd like to hear from Powerline as to why they are supporting someone who signed on to such "moonbattery" and did such damage to our country, as they claimed when Kucinich first tried to impeach Cheney. I imagine their reaction to the latter resolution dealing with Bush would be even worse. I'll wait.
Today, Dennis Kucinich offered a resolution to impeach Vice-President Dick Cheney. Kucinich has never been known for lucidity, but it is striking how weak and incoherent his indictment of Cheney is. He trots out the tired, and false, accusation of "deception" in the run-up to the Iraq war, and adds a reference to the Vice-President's "recent belligerent actions toward Iran"–which would be what, exactly?
Of course, the fact that it makes no sense didn't prevent 21 fellow House Democrats from signing on to Kucinich's impeachment resolution. The moonbat Democrats have damaged the country incalculably with this kind of reckless attack.