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    GOP candidate calls for impeachment

    A Congressional candidate who wants to impeach President Bush insists he can win the Republican primary.

    Dennis Morrisseau, 62, of West Pawlet, plans to seek the Republican nomination to run for U.S. House of Representatives. The seat is being vacated by Rep. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., who plans a run for the U.S. Senate.

    A central part of his platform, Morrisseau said, will be bringing articles of impeachment against Bush.

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    Morrisseau said he considers himself more of a Republican than the president, and he thinks a lot of Vermont Republicans agree with him.
    "This leadership isn't very Republican and I don't think it's very popular with Vermont Republicans," he said. "Republicans in this state tend to be mind-your-own-business people, keep taxes low and government small."

    http://www.rutlandherald.com/apps/pb...22/1002/NEWS01
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    GOP candidate calls for impeachment

    A Congressional candidate who wants to impeach President Bush insists he can win the Republican primary.

    Dennis Morrisseau, 62, of West Pawlet, plans to seek the Republican nomination to run for U.S. House of Representatives. The seat is being vacated by Rep. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., who plans a run for the U.S. Senate.

    A central part of his platform, Morrisseau said, will be bringing articles of impeachment against Bush.

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    Morrisseau said he considers himself more of a Republican than the president, and he thinks a lot of Vermont Republicans agree with him.
    "This leadership isn't very Republican and I don't think it's very popular with Vermont Republicans," he said. "Republicans in this state tend to be mind-your-own-business people, keep taxes low and government small."

    http://www.rutlandherald.com/apps/pb...22/1002/NEWS01

    Don't be confused. It's Vermont, where people REALLY THINK about their politics and aren't easily victimized by spin. Who else would elect a Socialist? Go Bernie! Bernie for Senate!!!!
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    Now that's an approach you don't see used too often. His fellow GOP mates must love him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by treosixoo
    Now that's an approach you don't see used too often. His fellow GOP mates must love him!
    He sounds like a real (R) out in the wild, not too often you see those. It is odd though to see him calling for impeachment.
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    He sounds like my kind of guy! Guts & a Big Pair!!
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    These are the statements that I like!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis M.
    "Republicans in this state tend to be mind-your-own-business people, keep taxes low and government small."
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    Republicans north and east of Pennsylvania tend to be different from the rest, hence the term New England Republican (uh, that I might have just made up). I consider myself one (originally from Ct).
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRamsauer
    Republicans north and east of Pennsylvania tend to be different from the rest, hence the term New England Republican (uh, that I might have just made up). I consider myself one (originally from Ct).
    There is such a creature?? I've heard of them, but always thought it to be some wild Sasquatch type rumor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    There is such a creature?? I've heard of them, but always thought it to be some wild Sasquatch type rumor...
    That's a pretty politically incorrect thing to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    There is such a creature?? I've heard of them, but always thought it to be some wild Sasquatch type rumor...
    Yep. Amazingly enough the last elected governors of both Taxachussets and Convicticut are Republican (Rowland, as you may know, had to resign).

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