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Right on, eRobin. Every step is important. Every form of pressure matters. If impeachment never happens, future prosecution of these people as war criminals should.

Our Constitution is imperfect as the penalties are rare and slow for elitists who rule us. I do not think that advances accountability and responsible behavior and the only way to restore that is a proper culmination of justice, realized.

But in the meantime, as you make clear, at least there comes progress if we move things in better directions instead of growing cynical and bitter from the rotten harvest that has decimated so many lives.

Lawsie but I've missed reading you this past year while you've been wasting your time in the real world working on real issues when you know virtual reality is where it's at. As if.

When you're in a white heat, there's nobody can pin the heart of a thing's ears back like you, and you've done it again. Basically, to echo Kevin:

Right On.

Dennis' impeachment movement is much more important than his candidacy and I hope he keeps it up but you're right, it's going nowhere in terms of actually initiating a trial. What it does do is get people realizing that what the Bushies have been up to is way worse than your standard conservative anti-big-govt/pro-tax-cut BS. These people aren't just wrong, they're criminals, and an impeachment movement brings that home and gets people talking in those terms whether they're for or against.

It ain't easy to admit you made a mistake or to come out of a deep denial, which is where we've been for years. Nobody wants to think their govt is gaming them or that they're suckers. If you make it plain these people are the same kind who steal from widows and orphans, and hijack cars, we're much more likely to respond with righteous anger than withdrawl.

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