Scott Ritter Reports – Repudiation, Not Impeachment

July 16, 2007 § Leave a comment

 

The impeachment of President Bush would not in and of itself terminate executive unilateralism.  It would only limit its implementation on the most visible periphery, driving its destructive designs back into the shadows of government, away from the public eye, and as such, public accountability.  Impeach President Bush, yes, if in fact he can be charged with the commission of acts which meet the constitutional standard for impeachment (and I believe he could, if Congress only had the will to do its job).  But to truly heal America, we must repudiate everything President Bush stands for, in terms of not only public and foreign policy, but also in terms of his style of governance, since the former is derived from the latter.

Truthdig – Reports – Repudiation, Not Impeachment

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