MAKE NO MISTAKE: NANCY PELOSI IS THE BIGGEST ALLY George W. Bush and Dick Cheney have in the entire world.
HER OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE: REFUSING to even ALLOW HEARINGS into CRIMINAL ABUSES OF POWER BY THE BUSH-CHENEY WHITE HOUSE... is a $100,000,000 ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR PR GIFT to the Republican Party.. in THIS COMING YEAR, ALONE.
Just as Bill Clinton's assisting Republicans in sweeping various criminal cases out the door in 1993 ultimately assisted the RESTORATION of the Bush family dynasty with George W. Bush's stolen election in 2000, SO TOO DOES NANCY PELOSI WHITEWASH the record of STOLEN ELECTIONS, pre-9-11 INCOMPETENCE (bordering on Dereliction of Duty), lies-to-war, TORTURE, Kangaroo courts for female privates accused only of "abuse" while the White House insists on the 'right' to torture prisoners to death... At this moment in time, NANCY PELOSI and her "Democratic" Party "leaders" ARE THE BIGGEST ENABLERS of the BUSh-CHENEY REGIME in the world, thanks to BILLIONS upon BILLIONS upon BILLIONS of American taxpayer dollars shipped to Israel, a huge portion which comes right back to America via the AIPAC lobby, oil lobby, and war-industries lobbies, to fill Pelosi & crews' campaign coffers.
NANCY PELOSI January 2008: THE very PICTURE OF SELLING OUT millions of American Democratic voters.
Pelosi greeted with “Impeach” Bush and Cheney buttons
filed by Thomas Ferraro
January 18th, 2008
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she’s drawing heat from fellow Democratic lawmakers as well as people across the nation for refusing to move to impeach President George W. Bush or Vice President Dick Cheney.
“I go through airports, and people have buttons as if they knew I was coming,” Pelosi said with a smile, mimicking a protester pointing to an “Impeach” button on their chest.
But the California Democrat said she is sticking to her position that trying to remove Bush or Cheney would be divisive, and she added, most likely unsuccessful. If the House voted to impeach Bush and Cheney, a two-thirds vote would be needed in the closely divided Senate to oust them.
Many Democrats and civil liberties groups have accused the Bush administration of misleading the United States into the Iraq war and violating the rights of U.S. citizens with its warrantless surveillance program. The White House denies the charges.
In helping Democrats win back control of Congress in 2006 from Republicans, Pelosi said she would not push for impeachment despite a number of calls to do so.
Speaking with reporters, she recalled that she wanted to focus on unifying the nation, passing the Democrats’ legislative agenda — not picking an impeachment fight with the White House.
“It was my belief that an impeachment of the Vice President or the President … would be very divisive in our country, and that is what I believed then,” Pelosi said. “It should have come to no surprise when I became Speaker I said it again, and I continue to hold that view.”