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A lot of people blame Texas for giving the world George W. Bush , but marrying a girl from Sugar Land has cured me of that particular liberal fantasy. True, to a guy from the Northeast, Texas can seem like Bizarro land: they're at least as Republican down there as we are Democratic up here. It's in the water, or the air. Or maybe the oil. But Texans have a proud history and a fierce independent streak.
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'Vice' a Damning Indictment of Dick Cheney
Dick Cheney's indictment signals need for a federal civil grand jury
As a congressional intern, he hitched his star to a young congressman from Illinois, Donald Rumsfeld Steve Carell. And so on. In , Cheney gets a fateful phone call from George W. Bush well caricatured by Sam Rockwell. The younger Bush needs a running mate and asks Cheney to be it.
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Vermont towns indict Bush and Cheney for 'crimes against our Constitution'
Despite George Bush's rock-bottom approval ratings and his status as a favourite target of Democrats, the president has eluded attempts to hold him accountable for alleged misdeeds — except in Vermont. During yesterday's Vermont presidential primary, two small towns in the famously liberal state also approved resolutions indicting Bush and vice president Dick Cheney for "crimes against our Constitution". No specific crimes are mentioned, but organisers of the anti-Bush effort have referred to perjury, obstruction of justice and war crimes related to the Iraq conflict.
A people's grand jury in Texas has accomplished something politicians in Congress repeatedly tried but failed to do: On November 17, , a South Texas criminal grand jury indicted Vice President Dick Cheney for a conflict of interest pertaining to his investment in a firm that runs federal detention centers. This "direct conflict of interest" casts a great shadow over his political influence on federal contracts awarded to the prison company. Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was also indicted on charges that he attempted to stop the investigation into abuses at the federal detention center in Texas. This is a tremendous triumph for people in Texas who have been outraged by politicians who egregiously pursue their self-interest regardless of questionable criminal and moral implications. This is also a great victory for a county prosecutor who investigated the case and brought indictments against prominent politicians.