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November 28, 2005

Another Surprising Call For Impeachment

-- by Dave Johnson

Brad DeLong,

The Bush administration: worse than you can imagine, even after taking account of the fact that it is worse than you can imagine.
But really, read the whole post, because it is about the mess in Iraq and a call for Bush's impeachment and trial "along with the rest of the president's men" by Martin van Creveld, a professor of military history at the Hebrew University, "the only non-American author on the U.S. Army's required reading list for officers."

Posted by Dave Johnson at November 28, 2005 3:26 PM

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Comments

Look, I am as outraged and offended by the poor performance and dangerous criminality of this Administration as most, but i just don't think impeachment is going to solve ANYTHING. It will just further poison this country, take almost the whole rest of the term and probably serve to rally Bush's own troops more strongly around him, much the same way Clinton's supporters rallied around him. As angry and vengeful as we may feel, wouldn't the country's anger be better channeled at working for positive change, taking back the Congress in 2006, and neutering the macho Administration and Republicans for the remaining 2 years, then winning WH in 08?

Posted by: Bruce K at November 29, 2005 7:32 AM

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