Monday, July 23, 2007

I agree 100%

Nonetheless, I am more convinced than ever that Congress must begin impeachment proceedings immediately. I'll discuss the rationale for this a bit later, but let me first put this out there:

We must impeach the President and Vice President of the United States, and we must begin proceedings to do so immediately, not just for the purpose of exacting a punitive remedy, but also toward enacting a vitally important preventive measure--one that may be the only available means by which to protect the country from the impending imposition of martial law at home as well as the declaration of war against Iran and possibly other countries in the Middle East.

As noted elsewhere, impeachment denies Executive Privilege also. Meaning that not only would the impeachment halt the current efforts of the administration, but it would also prevent them from denying Congress the right to question active and former members of the administration concerning the Justice Dept. firings, the wire tapping, the misinformation in the run up to the war, basically everything.

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