How can this be?

“It seems, every time there’s a public demand for somebody to resign in Washington, it’s always a Republican!” Hmm, I wonder why that might be? Oh, I don’t know … could it be … Corruption?

“In each case Mr. Bush is standing by a loyalist with an evaporating base of support and a serious challenge to his credibility even among Republicans.”

“If the resignation rumors mcjoan cited earlier prove false, if Bush continues to be stubbornly dug in (and at this point, Bush’s stubbornness is beyond question), impeachment will be the only way to prevent Gonzales from doing more harm.” And, with Gonzales thrown under the bus, maybe that will distract people from the growing calls to impeach Bush and Cheney? He’s a pawn being put into greater jeopardy in order to protect pieces higher up the hierarchy.

“I have been concerned about what the Bush administration was up to for some time and it appears to be adding up to something quite huge.”

“Twenty years later, they decided to compare the subjects’ childhood personalities with their political preferences as adults. They found arresting patterns. As kids, liberals had developed close relationships with peers and were rated by their teachers as self-reliant, energetic, impulsive, and resilient. People who were conservative at age 23 had been described by their teachers as easily victimized, easily offended, indecisive, fearful, rigid, inhibited, and vulnerable at age 3.”

“Oh, Mr. Speaker, I have underestimated the tenderness of the feelings of the members opposite…”