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Saturday, April 10, 2004

An Alternative History
Do Not Skim Past This Post.
Haven't found anything this profound in a long, long time.
A look at what might have been had Bush done what so many are accusing him of not doing.
By Greg Easterbrook.
Here's the beginning:
AN ALTERNATIVE HISTORY: washington, april 9, 2004. A hush fell over the city as George W. Bush today became the first president of the United States ever to be removed from office by impeachment. Meeting late into the night, the Senate unanimously voted to convict Bush following a trial on his bill of impeachment from the House.

Moments after being sworn in as the 44th president, Dick Cheney said that disgraced former national security adviser Condoleezza Rice would be turned over to the Hague for trial in the International Court of Justice as a war criminal. Cheney said Washington would "firmly resist" international demands that Bush be extradited for prosecution as well.

Well, have you clicked on the link to read the whole thing yet? Why the heck not?!?!?

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