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chakra_healer chakra_healer 9 years
Uh huh, I understood what you wrote. My point was they are entitled to their perception of the impeachable offenses and if you are truly curious, the particulars of their objections are available one put to a vote. Further, you could make your objections known in the community, if not by a physical presence, by advertising against the proposed action and see if you sway anyone.
mymellowman mymellowman 9 years
Chakra_Healer, I am quite aware that Congress, more specifically the House Of Representatives are the only body actually able to start impeachment hearings. In regards to "most of these grass roots level impeachment measures are based upon their perception of what Bush has done that is an impeachable offense," this is where I have my issue. This is my main annoyance. I don't have an issue with people wanting to "impeach" a President, but I hate how this term is thrown around without bringing any an actual charge for what he has done legally that he is impeachable for. You can't charge someone on perception. You can't charge someone because you don't agree with his foreign policies. Additionally, the defense that "he is going against the American people" is also not something to judge by. Everyone knew his agenda after his first term, and he was still elected into office for a second term. His approval ratings weren't all that high during that part of his Presidency either. What does that say? For the most part, the majority of American people wanted him to continue in office with his current foreign policy. Like I said, it's not a matter of whether or not a town resolution has any meaning other than symbolic, it's a matter of knowing what legalistically someone has done that merits the request. "Perception of a wrong" or not agreeing with someone's policy is not legal ground for impeachment.
chakra_healer chakra_healer 9 years
I totally love Ron Paul, and would love to meet him someday soon!
chakra_healer chakra_healer 9 years
Mymellowman, I think most of these grass roots level impeachment measures are based upon their perception of what Bush has done that is an impeachable offense. If you are interested, their government, local or state, keeps on file any ballot intiative, so you can find out the actual verbiage fairly easitly. Probably online, or certainly by request. In reality, these local acts are of no consequence to the president, as only congress can impeach him and there is no movement to do so at this time.
janneth janneth 9 years
The Irish can drive on the right, the left, or down the middle. It doesn't matter, they will still drive into a ditch.
hlm584 hlm584 9 years
Eerie picture.
mymellowman mymellowman 9 years
"Boulder considers a resolution to impeach President Bush" - I love how in the entire article they fail to mention WHAT they want to impeach Bush for, specifically and legally? I've posted this before, but I'll post it again: "The reason I am asking specifically for a reason to impeach him is that I am tired of people wanting to impeach a President due to not liking something/some things that he has done. If people are to suggest that someone be impeached, I believe it is important to know legalistically why and how it should be done."
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
That picture is awesome.
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