This blog started out as a companion piece to my book, Musings from the Christian Left (excerpts of which can be found in the July 2004 link) and to support a planned radio show. Now, its simply a long term writing project from a Christian Left Libertarian perspective (meaning I often argue for liberty within the (Catholic) Church, rather than liberty because the church takes care of a conservative view of morality.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Impeach Bush

The Washington Post is covering the federal district attorney case quite thoroughly, although they are not totally connecting the dots.

The key question here is whether the President directly ordered or condoned the firings for the purpose of obstructing the investigations carried out by these officials. If he did so, he must be impeached, tried and removed or must resign. The obstruction of justice was what got Nixon, rather than lying about oral sex, which is what they used to go after Clinton. The difference between those two cases and the similarity of the Nixon case to this one should be abundantly clear to anyone, including Republicans, at least honest ones.

As to the investigations over which these individuals were fired, if they are not already closed, special prosecutors should be appointed to examine their conduct.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

US President Tim Kalemkarian, US Senate Tim Kalemkarian, US House Tim Kalemkarian: best major candidate.

4:43 PM


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