Monday, July 28, 2008

Two Ignorant College Professors Strut Their Stuff On Impeachment

From US Congressional Panel Hears Testimony on Case for Bush Impeachment by Dan Robinson:

Stephen Presser of Northwestern University School of Law, asserted there has been no proof that President Bush put his own interests over those of the nation. "For a president to be impeached, he must have committed some grave offense that is contrary to his oath to uphold the Constitution and laws of his country. He must put his interests above the Constitution and the laws," he said.

Jeremy Rabkin, Professor of Law at George Mason University, asserts that any impeachment effort would be unwise. "To put everything on to the somebody must pay for mistakes and impeachment is the way is to make the country ungovernable," he said.
Remind me again why Bill Clinton was impeached.

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