Why Bush Remains
George Bush controls the soul of America and nothing can be done. Because if Bush is ejected, Cheney's inserted. Check and mate to checks and balances. Bush is irreplaceable, unimpeachable, and has a brother with presidential ambition.
Will America find its lost courage and send this evil presidency to its own private Guantanamo? Perhaps once it's figured out how. Here's a clue in two words: Spiro Agnew. Sounds like Latin but it's Greek. Spiro Agnew, for the new historians, refers to the name of an American vice president under Richard Nixon who was whisked out of office on charges of tax evasion in order to make room for a more suitable replacement for the soon-to-be-exiled Nixon. Congress installed Gerald Ford, Nixon went to his own private Hanoi. No trial, no sentence; no muss, no fuss; he was simply shouted out, and America was cleansed.
Sadly now there's a new stain on the presidency. But it's only sad so long as we believe it's chocolate. So long as it's chocolate it's a mere shame, like a spoiled party dress. Laundry is, after all, dirty by definition. It's no secret that humans leave stains where they sit, and that presidents are human. Some stains, like Nixon's, are said to have stained the presidency itself, while others, like Clinton's, stayed on the dress.
Bloodstains are a different thing entirely. And this president has left a trail of it, none of it his, since before he emerged out of Texas. As governor he executed with glee, taking out nearly 600 men and women, guilty as sin without a second glance, kill em. He took his show national then all around the world, twice.
America still has time left to do the right thing and take back its country. But if we wait it out the opportunity will be lost. It's wrong to whistle past graveyards while bodies are still being brought in.
When Americans decide it's over, it'll be over. And it'll be fast.