By Earl J. Prignitz
September 6, 2005
I have a very serious question to ask the media and I hope that my question will not be treated lightly. I would like to know why the media hasn't published polls asking whether the American people believe George W. Bush should be impeached for lying to the United States Congress and the American people about reasons for going to war with Iraq? The Downing Street memo is proof that the war was pre-planned and not due to weapons of mass destruction.
When the Lewinsky scandal broke in 1998, many pollster throughout the country asked about the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
Why is the media treating President George W. Bush differently from President Bill Clinton?
Is it because the media is biased against Democrats and favorable towards Republicans? Or is the media afraid of being labeled liberal by the neo-cons in office?
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