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"The Misconduct of Public Men"
Tue Nov 21, 2006 15:56

"The Misconduct of Public Men"

High Crimes and Misdemeanors

The case for impeaching Bush


"The Misconduct of Public Men"

The Founding Fathers were crystal clear on the subject of presidential wrong doing:

The president is not above the law. Not only can a president be removed from office, he must be removed from office if he is found guilt of crimes like treason and other high crimes and misdemeanors.

Has George Bush committed impeachable offenses?

John Bonifaz, co-founder of the group "After Downing Street," asks these questions at a recent Congressional hearing on the Iraq War:

1. "Is it a high crime to engage in a conspiracy to deceive and mislead the United States Congress and the American people about the basis for taking the nation into war?

2. Is it a high crime to manipulate intelligence so as to allege falsely a national security threat posed to the United States as a means to try to justify a war against another nation?

3. Is it a high crime to commit a felony via the submission of a report to the United States Congress falsifying the reasons for launching military action?"

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