Impeachment of Bush/Cheney, and why it won't happen
Mon May 28, 2007 12:31

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Subject: Impeachment of Bush/Cheney, and why it won't happen
Date: Mon, 28 May 2007 17:03:37 +0000
From: Legal Reality
To: Legal Reality

28 May A.D. 2007

The term "impeach" shows up in the so-called "U.S. Code" three times.

28 U.S.C. 2254 (Notes) (regarding federal habeas of person in state
custody, and the common law assumption of verity of the content of the

35 U.S.C. 289 (regarding infringement of a design patent)

45 U.S.C. 159 (regarding impeachment of an railroad system arbitration

The term "impeachment" shows up nine times.

3 U.S.C. 19 (regarding who acts as "president" upon opening of both
"president" and "vice-president" offices)

28 U.S.C. 354 (regarding independent counsel and judges)

28 U.S.C. 355 (regarding judges)

28 U.S.C. 360 (regarding judges)

28 U.S.C. 595 (regarding judges and independent counsel)

28 U.S.C. 596 (regarding independent counsel)

31 U.S.C. 703 (regarding the Comptroller General)

45 U.S.C. 159 (regarding impeachment of an railroad system arbitration

48 U.S.C. 771-793 (Notes) (regarding the "government" of/in Puerto Rico)

The only people who advocate "impeachment" of Bush/Cheney are
"Constitutionists," for only in the so-called "Constitution" is there
any language that comes anywhere near suggesting that those animating an
office of "president" or an office of "vice-president" are subject to
such a removal process initiated by such a thing called an "Impeachment."

The "federal government" is a commercial enterprise, organized by the
"statutes" proclaimed in the so-called "United States Code." In the
"United States Code," I have, so far, found no language that applies the
concept of "impeachment" to anyone animating an executive office known
as "president" or as "vice-president."

The fact I haven't found it yet doesn't 100% mean it's not there. So,
if you find a "statute" that applies "impeachment" as part of a removal
process for either the office of "president' or the office of
"vice-president," I'll reexamine this issue. However, unless and until
the "articles of incorporation" (or the articles of organization) of the
church called "United States" include a removal procedure that includes
"impeachment," it simply doesn't exist.

One day, we will learn the difference between the Law of the Land and
the "law" of the place called "this state."

The so-called Constitution did not create the "federal government." The
so-called Constitution does not limit the "federal government." The
place called "this state" is a Constitution-free commercial zone. The
"federal government" exists in the place called "this state."

Harmon L. Taylor
Legal Reality
Dallas, Texas

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