March in my name

I read this morning on one of the alternative news sites about a 60 year old man who is walking to Washington, D.C. to encourage Nancy Pelosi to put impeachment back on the table. He’s a professor and U.S. Air Force veteran. These used to be impeccable credentials until recently when the such people are routinely trivialized and ridiculed. Being a veteran used to mean that you had a star next to your name. Don’t you think its tragic that this man’s journey isn’t being covered in the MSM media. I’m calling on bloggers to bring this story to the web.  I don’t give a damn about the Iowa caucus. I’ve heard enough of that foolishness. That’s just another distraction. This guy deserves the attention Iowa is getting.

Read his letter to Speaker Pelosi here.

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4 Responses to March in my name

  1. David Miller says:

    There ought to be at least 10 million of us marching with this thoughtful man.

  2. Andre Moreau says:

    I just wish that I had my financial ducks in a row well enough to take the time to join him. There are millions of us out there. Those that can’t forsake the earning of the dollar to pay the debt of life itself. But, there are also millions of us that know what is going on in this country. Those of us that believe in the Mike Moore’s. Those of us that listen to the Mike Malloy’s. Although the corporate media is owned by the right wing they cannot suppress the thought that goes into the patriotism of those that support the Constitution of this nation.We are here! We are preaching to those that are to naive to pay attention because of their closed lives. We are here and we are paying attention. I support Dennis Kucinich and the Constitution.

  3. Joe Herzog says:

    My family and I are in complete support of Mr. Nirenburg. George Bush, Dick Cheney and any number of others in the Bush administration should be impeached.

    We were greatly pleased when Ms. Pelosi ascended to her current position, expecting that the Democrats would truly become a force for good in Congress. That expectation has been dashed as impeachement has been “Taken off the table.” It deserves to be put back “on the table” as quickly as possible. We are unconcerned with “distractions”; we are concerned with the lies and “high crimes and misdeamenors” committed by George Bush and his minions.

    We find it difficult to consider supporting Ms. Pelosi, in the future, if she cannot accept her responsibility to the people of this country who deserve the truth and deserve to be free from the tyranny of George Bush and Dick Cheney.

  4. herk says:

    I am with you all the way,if only in spirit.

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