Let the president and his money changers retire

Published: Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 1:16 a.m.
Letter writer Ronald C. Quinn, Jan. 12, asked that writers to The Gainesville Sun provide "proof that the president has been listening to everyday Americans' conversations." I can't speak for every one of The Sun's writers, but I don't know of any that have accused the president himself of personally listening in on these conversations. This president would find it hard to follow a rerun of a Mr. Rogers show.
It would be nice to think this president was actually listening to some outside conversations, since no president in history is so dependent on and controlled by such a small, closed-circle of handlers who have proven to be so inept. Even those who support the Bush administration's policies must ask themselves why this president and his circle of handlers can't accomplish their goals.
As a solid opponent of this president and his circle of money changers, I can only take comfort from their ineptness.
It is time to remove this president from office but it will do little good to remove George if we make Dick the president, so we have to be prepared to make history and have a dual impeachment and trial for both the president and his chief puppet master, the vice president.
The Constitution does not specify any punishment for impeached presidents or vice presidents other than removal from office. I would let them retire to Crawford, Texas, and Eastern Maryland and let them live their remaining days next to new oil refineries they also say we need but no one wants as neighbors.
Charles McCamey, Gainesville

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