Lou Dobbs leaves no question as to where his sentiments lie (emphasis mine):
Lou Dobbs: Bush Should Be Impeached for Salmonella Outbreak
By Jeff Poor
Business & Media Institute
6/20/2008 12:47:50 PM
CNN’s Lou Dobbs has been on a tear about the recent tainted-tomato salmonella outbreak, but this time he’s taken it a step further and is calling for the ultimate political punishment.
The “Lou Dobbs Tonight” host placed the blame for the recent salmonella outbreak squarely on President George W. Bush, calling for his impeachment on the June 19 broadcast. Contaminated tomatoes from an unknown source or sources have sickened 383 people since April, according to the Associated Press.
“You know, I have heard a lot of reasons over the years as to why George W. Bush should be impeached,” Dobbs said. “For them to leave the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in this state, its leadership in this sorry condition and to have no capacity apparently or will to protect the American consumer – that is alone to me sufficient reason to impeach a president who has made this agency possible and has ripped its guts out in its ability to protect the American consumer.”
Well, I say NO KIDDIN’! Right on, Lou! Go get ‘im, tiger!
Dammit, Bush should be out there checking every damned piece of fruit and vegetable that moves in this country and he should eat a little piece of each to show solidarity with all those people who depend on skills that only he can provide. The FDA can’t help here because single-handedly he has disrupted the lives of every single employee in the FDA. They just can’t do anything with the constant death threats and harassment Bush heaps upon them as he calls them all between the hours of 1:30AM and 4:30AM. Throw the bastard out.
On to other atrocities. Our government is hassling this poor man just trying to make his way in this world.
Published: Friday, June 20, 2008 at 11:49 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, June 20, 2008 at 11:54 a.m.
OCALA – Actor Wesley Snipes’ freedom as he appeals his 36-month sentence on three misdemeanor charges for not filing taxes could be in peril.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office filed a motion Thursday with the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit saying that it will appeal a U.S. district judge’s May 22 decision allowing Snipes to remain free on bond while he appeals his three-year sentence. The sentence was the maximum allowed for his crimes.
“We want him in custody,” said Steve Cole, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. “He’s been convicted by a jury. He has been sentenced to three years and he should be in custody.”
On May 22, Judge William Terrell Hodges penned an order saying “the court is persuaded by the history of the case and all of the attendant circumstances that the defendant poses no substantial risk of flight and does not constitute a danger of any kind if he remains at liberty pending appeal.