Brattleboro approves resolution seeki...

Brattleboro approves resolution seeking Bush's impeachment

There are 56 comments on the Burlington Free Press story from Mar 26, 2006, titled Brattleboro approves resolution seeking Bush's impeachment. In it, Burlington Free Press reports that:

Brattleboro town meeting members on Saturday approved a resolution asking U.S. lawmakers to investigate whether President George W. Bush should be impeached and removed from office.

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Born and raised Vermonter

Hernando, MS

#1 Mar 27, 2006
I am so incredibly embarrassed to tell people I am from Vermont because of things like this.
Tonya Harden

Montpelier, VT

#2 Mar 29, 2006
Iwant you to get baild out of jail honey i miss u YOU GET HIM OUT OF JAIL NOW.
Tonya Harden

Montpelier, VT

#3 Mar 29, 2006
gET oUT oF jAIL nOW
Susan Shontelle-Smith2 809

Montpelier, VT

#4 May 17, 2006
Born and raised Vermonter wrote:
I am so incredibly embarrassed to tell people I am from Vermont because of things like this.
I agree, and for this people that put down President Bush...you are lucky to live in this country and are able to put down the President...if you lived in another country you would BE KILLED.
Wendy

Bridgeport, CT

#5 Jun 4, 2006
I feel that as an American citizen it is our right of freedom of speech. It is also our job to make sure that they are doing their job correctly. If the people of these VT towns feel that their leader has been doing things that are unjust then it is all our dudies as the American people to make things right for all of our citizens. Of course in other countries you would be killed of talking badly against their dictator. That is why people have been coming here for hundreds of years. I would also not be embaressed to tell people I was from VT. These citizens feel that their right as the AMERICAN PEOPLE are being deminished and they are speaking up for themselves. Maybe all of you would bennifit from their inspiration.
Andy

Fredericksburg, VA

#6 Sep 5, 2006
Freedom of speech is a great thing. Just as these morons can criticize Bush for trying to keep us safe, it allows me to say Screw Battleboro and their wimpy little town.
Demiurg

Croatia

#7 Sep 5, 2006
Virgle Merritt

AOL

#8 Jul 17, 2007
It is only natural that a town that allows nudity in public would bash Bush. He has the guts to protect your right to act stupid. Just wait until the guys with the hurt heads come to your town and blow you up then come crying to the government. Oh then that will be Bushe's fault too.
Bobby Brattlebobo

Athens, GA

#9 Oct 23, 2007
Doesnt Brattleboro have other things to worry about???? Iuse to live there. It wasnice till teh late 1960s when the wierdos from MA and NY started moving in.
eric the next head coach

Marshfield, WI

#10 Oct 23, 2007
I always wanted to live there, but i will say this is absolutely rediculous,but again id expect nothing less from Vermont.
Scott P

Fort Wayne, IN

#11 Nov 12, 2007
Born and raised Vermonter wrote:
I am so incredibly embarrassed to tell people I am from Vermont because of things like this.
I, too, was born and raised in Vermont... and I, too, am embarrassed to tell people I am from Vermont because of crap like this and the civil union thing.

Remember when Vermont used to be a respectable, conservative state? I joined the military and returned 20 years later to find we had turned into California's rural brother!
Scott P

Fort Wayne, IN

#12 Nov 12, 2007
You heard it here first (or maybe second): Everyone seems to have fun bashing the war in Iraq. They all want to bring our troops home now! Don't get me wrong. I would love nothing more than to have our troops come home. I have a couple friends in Iraq and I don't want them to be among future casualties.

But I am also a sensible American. It is better to have the battles OVER THERE than it is to have them OVER HERE. Make no mistakes about it, the only reason there wasn't a 10/11, 11/11, 12/11, etc. is because President George W. Bush did the difficult thing and declared war on Osama Bin Hidin', Sadam Insane, and all the other terrorist organizations. If we pull out now, terrorism will increase on American soil beyond anything we have ever known! Of course, the democrats will probably find a way to spin that against Bush, too...
eric

Arpin, WI

#13 Nov 12, 2007
Thats what alot of Liberals dont realize.This never happened before and we are going off the top of our heads .There has never been a terror attack in AMerica,and we never delt with this to this magnitude and GWB is doing a hell of a job,and I can almost with 100% certainty say that no other person ( democrat) would do any better and prob. alot worse in this same situation.I hate this war and hate losing Americans, but we havent had attacks here either since this all started. Now we need to put politics aside and become independent from terrorist oil! Mass,( i heard on NECN on line) has past energy policies for Mass and that is a great step.I admit in conservative and will admit I care more for the enviroment more than any Liberal would admit to,and would love not to support Terrorist bu buying thier oil,and we must stop having the libs killing us from drilling oil to keep the prices high, killing the economy, to use it as a political point against Bushl.They would rather not drill in ALASKA ect and not be independeant and support fcoreign oil, keep prices high, give terrorists money, and accuse Bush for political points which to me is treason,anti American, and screwing American economy for political gain is just plain wrong! SAtop political garbage and lets get oil independance from the MIddle East and screw the terrorists!
John

Westfield, MA

#14 Nov 13, 2007
Why is it that people who want to defend the constitution are considered unpatriotic?

Why is it that those who defend freedom of speech are being silenced?

Why is it that those who need these protections the most vote and comment against their own best interest?

Please take a closer look, open your mind, and see what is happening around you. Brattleboro is fine. We care, we think, we are generally awake.

Your rights are being taken and you show them the way.

Your government is stealing from you and you give them the keys to the bank.

Soldiers are killing themselves and you give them the noose,

Stop, now, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
Stop, children, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
Dustin

Seattle, WA

#15 Dec 28, 2007
What a waste of time and energy. Like the President or anyone else wants to go to this crappy little town anyway. You can also put my name because if for some reason I ever decide to go to the crappiest town in the United States I hope I'd get arrested. I'm not even pro-Bush, this is just ridiculous.
Paul

New York, NY

#16 Dec 29, 2007
It seems clear to me that the people responding to this article are completely out of step with mainstream America.

I read thoughtless speaking points ("fight them there so we won't have to here", "Bush made a hard and brave call", "never has been another terrorist attack on America") and no original thoughts.

The world stood with the United States after 9/11 and Bush and Co. have mishandled an opportunity of a lifetime to lead and have instead alienated allies and created enemies that previously did not exist.

The United States of America is clearly disgusted with the arrogance, incompetence and complete disregard of the US Constitution that Bush and Cheney have displayed.

The movement to arrest them may be symbolic in nature but you can be sure it should serve as a wake up call.

Brattleboro should be very proud today.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#17 Dec 29, 2007
I wish I was from Vermont and could proudly say so! They act, where so many sheep-ple in this apathetic land do nothing.. just drive their Hummers to Mall-Wart and buy cigs and Brittany Spears T-shirts. What a proud land this could be if we all did our best and worked toward some progress.

bush and cheney have weakened USA and broken its spirit.
eric

Neillsville, WI

#18 Dec 30, 2007
along with the 9% approval rating of the democrat congress.
vt supports terrorism

Peabody, MA

#19 Jan 28, 2008
interesting to know that people from brattleboro vt support terrorism.

it's either there is a large muslim population in this town or the residents are just simply all retarded. figuring it's vermont, i would have to go with the residents being retarded.
Steve

United States

#20 Jan 31, 2008
To you whose patriotic forefathers loved this nation and died to keep it free, I can only pray that the next El Quaida attacks will be immediately in your back yard!!!

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