December 11, 2007 | Filed Under News
Americans warm up to the idea of Impeachment
One of the reasons impeachment hasn’t had more support is the problems plaguing the United States, internationally. If the Iraq War were a non-issue, I’ve no doubt that the impeachment process would be well underway. American sentiment and anti-War rage has been hindered by the Iran problem which the U.S. has admittedly provoked over the last couple of years.
The percentage of Americans favoring impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney is approaching the percentage who favored impeachment of President Nixon in 1973-74.Public opinion has reached this high level even before Congress has started any impeachment investigation of the Bush-Cheney administration. The public is way ahead of Congress, suggesting that it is time for the U.S. House of Representatives to move forward with the impeachment process.
The conclusions of the latest National Intelligence Estimate regarding Iran’s lack of a nuclear weapons program will have a profound impact on the 2008 presidential campaign. The report may well prove a key element in throwing the election to the Democrats.
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