Monday, March 26, 2007

Even Some Republicans Want Bush Impeached

The Cafferty File, part of The Situation Room on CNN, poses a question every hour The Situation Room is on. This is today's 7:00 question, and a response.
4 p.m.: What does it mean if Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel is using the word "impeachment" when it comes to President Bush?

It means even some Republicans are picking up on the views of many Americans; The Bush Administration has failed "We The People". Even if it's only because he's going to run for president, at least one more Republican is listening.


Major Combs said...

What it simply means is Hagel is an idiot, and doesn't even understand the Constitution of the United States. Only a fool would think the Constitution provides for a president to be impeached for policy issues, instead of: "The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."
Hagel sounds as stupid as a Democrat.

Simmons said...

Was Chuck Hagel's position on impeachment based on policy, or was it based on law?

Many people could argue that the President broke the law when he established Guantanamo, secret European CIA prisons, and the label "Enemy Combatant." Some might even complain that he lied to us about the intelligence on Iraq.

Maybe they're incorrect, but some could argue that.