Monday, January 23, 2006Drexel University professor Robert Zaller presents another case for the impeachment of George W. Bush.
You may be surprised to know that Professor Zaller was also in favor of the Clinton impeachment!
"If Clinton deserved impeaching, Bush needs it. He has created the greatest constitutional crisis in two hundred years, and the future of the republic, degraded as it has already been by the runaway presidencies of his predecessors, may well be in the balance. I don't suggest impeachment lightly, and I don't suggest it on the basis of my disagreement with many, though not all, of Bush's policies. If the American people want to vote for bad air, polluted rivers, destruction of the biosphere and global warming, that is their democratic right. If they want corporate lobbyists to write their energy, health and safety laws, ditto. The remedy for policies you don't agree with is the next election, laying to one side the high probability that Bush was not elected but appointed president in the first place.
Why, then, does Bush require impeachment? I offer the following four articles for the consideration of the Congress..."