Should President Bush be Impeached?

@rick615 (413)
United States
January 3, 2007 9:13pm CST
This seems to be a question that may come up with the new congress. I am not asking to polarize democrats and republicans; I am asking if people out there think that there is sufficient cause to even consider impeaching the president.
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• United States
10 Feb 07
Actually we are talking about impeachment in my American Government class at this moment. First of all I would like to know what your evidence is? I mean because really, even though I don't like Bush, he is doing his job. There is no evidence I can see, and even though I don't like him, I think that pulling him out of office would be a very bad thing. He has made a mess and I'm not so sure that anyone else can clean it up. And even if the House of Representatives decides to impeach a president (they need a 2/3rds vote)- it goes to trial before Senate and they have the final decision (also 2/3rds majority). Do you really want the VP to be president? And if the VP is unfit did you know the Speaker of the House - Nancy Pelosi is next in line for presidency? (That's how it works if something happens to the President, the VP becomes president. If something happens to both, the Speaker of the House becomes president). And Impeachment has only happened twice - Andrew Jackson, and Bill Clinton. Andrew Jackson was not removed from office. The Senate aquitted him by 1 vote. Bill Clinton also was aquitted. Richard Nixon was going to be impeached, but he resigned.
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• United States
27 Jan 07
I don't think that there is cause, yet, but at the rate he keeps messing up the country, there may be.
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@silveysim (337)
• United States
27 Jan 07
No...what evidence, He's the president and he's doing his job. Plus, he's done a great many things for our nation. It doesn't matter if we don't agree with a few things or reactions...as long as we mostly agree or he doesn't step out of line why would we!
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@Janono630 (238)
• United States
4 Jan 07
No is that even a question why dont you actually post a question you know something about.
@rick615 (413)
• United States
6 Jan 07
Wow, my first rude comment on MyLot! Thanks for breaking the ice. As far as the subject goes, I would invite you to not post meaningless responses just to be rude. You can do that at home to your significant other or whoever else normally puts up with you. I tend to not tolerate rude people. Life is too short to be mean.
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