Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Is Rohrabacher in favor of imeachment?

I doubt it.. but still you can't tell from some of the speeches he has been giving lately. For example, from his February 26, 2008 speech as reported in the Congressional Record.
In my tenure as a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, both as chairman and ranking member of an investigative subcommittee, I have witnessed firsthand behavior by the Bush administration which I find deeply troubling.
The disdain and uncooperative nature that this administration has shown toward Congress, including Republican Members, is so egregious that I can no longer assume that it is simply bureaucratic incompetence or isolated mistakes. Rather, I have come to the sad conclusion that this administration has intentionally obstructed Congress' rightful and constitutional duties.
Now, I am beginning to see a bit of Dana's re-election strategy. He is trying to distance himself from Bush about as far as he can go. Still if the truth were known about just what he thinks of this administration, he might even come up with a couple of Republican Challengers. There must be a few who still trust Dick Cheney with a loaded shotgun.

1 comment:

Lynda said...

My latest Mad as Hell and I'm not Going to take it comment to Dana about getting his priorities in order and voting on impeachment:

I noticed the clip from Fox News about illegal immigrants in public schools. What about illegal activities in the White House? Isn't that just as important an issue? Lying to the American people to move to war, wiretapping without a warrant, the murder of at least 108 detainees by torture under the direction of American agents (detainees who have not been found guilty of anything, been charged with anything and have been held without legal representation for 4-5 years). Where is the outrage against that, Representative Rohrabacher?

Get your priorities in order - "illegal" children in public schools or criminals in the White House? 50% of every dollar goes to the military that's why we don't have any money for public schools.

Lynda A. Hernandez