Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Censuring the President of the United States is just and necessary.

I recently had a conversation with an acquaintance that bet me dinner that President Bush would not be censured, or impeached, within the next year. It was a funny and lighthearted bet at the time that now seems more and more pressing. Who jokes about impeaching a president who has lead an entire country into war that has claimed thousands of American and Iraqi lives? It's perplexing and even more importantly something that isn't partisan anymore.

A breaking article by veteran Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein provides a scathing but credible rationale for calling into question the ability and action of the current Bush administration.

Political memory is short (for better or worse) in this fast paced world. Much can happen between now and the mid-term elections of 2006. One thing is certain though - neither the Republicans nor the Democrats can defer acting to question the Bush administration's unbridled disregard for honesty with the American public.


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