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To: dbostan

So lets see...It was Republicans that killed the impeachment against Clinton even though they had the power to carry it through.

And, if it ever comes to it, it will be Republicans that made it possible to happen, even though without them it would never have gotten off the ground.

The question is, why would the Dems start something they know they do not have the power to carry through?

This life long Republican is a whole lot less Republican than I used to be.


30 posted on 01/08/2006 9:06:50 AM PST by BJungNan
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To: BJungNan

I, too, am very concerned about the "Republicans" in Congress. So much so that, each time I receive a request for money from the RNC, Frist, Lott, Mehlman etc, I return it with a note saying I will give no more money until the Republicans begin to stand up and support our President and our country. If I subscribed to Democrat policies, I would have voted for Democrats. I'm tired of the Rinos aligning themselves with Dims. The RINOs seem to be increasing in number and more blatant in their actions.


37 posted on 01/08/2006 10:20:45 AM PST by 4integrity
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To: BJungNan
So lets see...It was Republicans that killed the impeachment against Clinton even though they had the power to carry it through.
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This statement makes no sense. Without at least 12 Democrats who would be willing to fulfill their oaths of office and vote for conviction it was not going to happen.
It was the Democrats voting along party lines that stymied impeachment, not any Republicans. Even if they had all voted for it it would have failed.
47 posted on 01/08/2006 10:58:53 AM PST by Cheburashka
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