Tuesday, August 14, 2007

It Does My Heart Good...

...to see people in Cheney's hometown demanding his impeachment:

Hundreds of anti-war activists gathered near Dick Cheney's home at an exclusive Wyoming country club to protest the vice president's role in leading the US into Iraq.

Chanting, "No more Iraq war," and "Impeach Cheney first," protesters gathered outside the Teton Pines Country Club, where Cheney typically spends the month-long August recess. They brought along a 10-foot-tall paper-mache sculpture that featured Cheney holding a fishing poll in one hand and an oil well in the other.

In a video posted on YouTube, a protester climbs the effigy and places a noose around its neck. Protesters then pull down the Cheney likeness in a scene reminiscent of Iraqis and US troops toppling a statue of Saddam Hussein after the fall of Baghdad.

"We organized it because of the war in Iraq and what an injustice it has been," Walt Farmer, a retired Air Force captain and registered Republican, told the Casper Star Tribune. "The Vice President has received a pass in Jackson long enough. We want to let them know we don't approve of the war or how they play fast and loose with the Constitution."

Go to The Raw Story for the video!


Blogger Kitchen Window Woman said...

I hadn't heard about this. It made my day!

2:08 PM, August 14, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, a registered Wyoming Republican who's retired military...Wow! If people like this are starting to get involved, Cheney's days of freedom are numbered.

11:16 AM, August 18, 2007  
Blogger The Fat Lady Sings said...

Hey girl - great post as usual. And nice exposure on C & L!

12:53 PM, August 18, 2007  
Blogger SB Gypsy said...

Wow, be still my beating heart, and welcome to anyone stopping by from Crooks and Liars... What an honor, my first mention by one of the big guys!

2:38 PM, August 19, 2007  

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