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Russell Dana Feingold for President???

SOMETHING MUST BE SAID!
Well actually...
Marty Kaplan says it all on the Huffalump Post
" If you wish Paul Wellstone or Bill Moyers were running, he's as close to them as they come. "

But I say no one will ever cast a Presidential ballot for a man(?) named Dana.

On Sunday R. Dana Feingold appeared on the ABC's This Week with Stephie Stephanopoulos and after suggesting that impeachment(?) of President Bush is justified he backed down to the following piece of idiocy.

"A formal censure by Congress is an appropriate and responsible first step to assure the public that when the president thinks he can violate the law without consequences, Congress has the will to hold him accountable," Feingold said.

To which the only proper response would have been (not that I would ever expect Stephie to say this - it is beyond his capacity of thought) - "Hold on you arrogant windbag - weren't you co-author of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2001 which is a clear violation of the 1st amendment to the constitution of the United States of America. An act that President Bush signed into Law (one of the mistakes of his Presidency) and while he did it acknowledged that it was probably unconstitutional - but probably figured what the hell, let the Supreme Court fix it. So who gets to call for your censure?"

There is only one way to truly reform campaign financing and that is to cut the Federal Budget to a trickle and limit the amount of time Senators and Congressmen can engage in lawmaking - I suggest 4 months a year. This would make folks like R. Dana Feingold have to go back to Wisconsin and work for a living - it would do wonders for him and our nation.

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