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ITMFA! — Go John Conyers! As you've probably heard by now, he's bustin' the Shrub's chops — check out sixthreefive.com. He's introduced House Resolution 635, which would mandate that "Congress [may] establish a select committee with subpoena authority to investigate the misconduct of the Bush Administration with regard to the Iraq war ... and report to the Committee on the Judiciary on possible impeachable offenses."

About damn time! And plenty other online entities are calling for the same: go visit impeachbush.org, impeachbush.tv, and impeach-bush-now.org, just to name a few. (However, impeachbush.com is currently being "cyber-squatted.")

Even saucy sex columnist Dan Savage has gotten into the spirit; he's long used the acronym DTMFA (Dump the Motherfucker Already) in his weekly sex-advice column, Savage Love (savagelove.com), then one astute reader suggested he change it to Impeach the Motherfucker Already, and — voila! — itmfa.com was born (there's also impeachthemotherfuckeralready.com). Via the site you can even buy your own spiffy ITMFA T-shirts, coffee mugs and thongs.

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