Can haz impeachment?

“Burgerville officials contacted Kellogg — Gardenburger‘s parent company based in Battle Creek, Mich. — last week after restaurant workers noticed abnormalities in the look and texture of patties. On Friday, Burgerville introduced a vegetarian patty developed by a Lake Oswego entrepreneur as a temporary replacement for the Gardenburger.”

“Last year, Marie Osmunson was making her vegetarian patties for only family and friends. Starting today, customers at all 39 Burgerville restaurants in Oregon and Washington can join in.”

As of the other night, McMenamins has also stopped serving Gardenburger patties, but only offered Boca as a substitute. My “commie” just wasn’t the same without a Gardenburger …

“M&M Mars owns Seeds of Change. Coca-Cola owns Odwalla. Kellog [sic] owns Kashi and Morning Star. Heinz owns Hain Celestial, who in turn owns practically everyone in the industry (Westbrae, Imagine, Earth’s Best, Celestial Seasoning, Arrowhead Mills, Bearitos, Westsoy, Health Valley, Garden of Eatin’, DeBole… well you get the picture). Danone owns Stoneyfield Farm, who owns Brown Cow. Cadbury Swepps owns Green & Black’s.” And, Kellogg also owns Gardenburger … [also]

Via e-mail from Wexler for Congress: “After all of our hard work pushing for impeachment hearings for Vice President Cheney – the McClellan hearing provides our cause with a legitimate opportunity to showcase the crimes and violations of this Administration for the American people, the mainstream media, reluctant members of the Democratic party, and sensible Republicans. This hearing provides us our first genuine opportunity to enter the public consciousness and change the dynamics that have prevented true accountability for Bush and Cheney.”

Via e-mail: “A few moments ago, (approximately 7:30 p.m. EDT), Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich took to the floor of the House of Representatives to present 35 Articles of Impeachment against George W. Bush. The House session is being televised live on C-SPAN.” [also]

“Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, whose scathing memoir about his time in the Bush administration sent waves through Washington D.C., has agreed to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, a senior committee official told The Huffington Post.”