Lou Dobbs: Intrepid Truth Warrior Right Again!

By: John Lillpop

CNN superstar and fearless purveyor of truth, Lou Dobbs, recently called for the impeachment of George W. Bush owing to Dubya’s myopic vision in the salmonella scandal that has sickened nearly 1,000 Americans.

In this exceptional display of intelligence, courage, and wisdom on the otherwise liberal contaminated CNN, Dobbs’ said,

“You know, I have heard a lot of reasons over the years as to why George W. Bush should be impeached. For them to leave the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in this state, its leadership in this sorry condition and to have no capacity apparently or will to protect the American consumer – that is alone to me sufficient reason to impeach a president who has made this agency possible and has ripped its guts out in its ability to protect the American consumer. It’s insane what is going on here.”

Dobbs’ case in a nutshell: Just Say NO! to Tomatoes from Mexico!

As it turns out, Dobbs was exactly right, as he always is, and Dubya is guilty, as he always is, of appeasing Mexico even when harm is inflicted on American citizens.

However, Dubya’s folly appears to be coming to an end. CNN.Com/Health reports the following:

“Starting Monday, health inspectors will halt the shipment of ingredients common to Mexican cuisine from Mexico to the United States, sources familiar with the salmonella poisoning investigation said.

“The inquiry, which initially focused solely on tomatoes, has expanded to include cilantro, Jalapeño peppers, Serrano peppers, scallions and bulb onions…”



Again, Lou Dobbs has refused to buckle to political correctness when reporting the news. His courageous stance may help save American lives from the ravages of contaminated food from our not so friendly southern neighbors.

Pity America does not have a president, or major-party presidential candidate, with the cahones and intellect of Lou Dobbs!

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