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jsamuel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-18-05 01:21 AM
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Is Bush's deliberate spying on Americans really an impeachable offense?
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Edited on Sun Dec-18-05 01:21 AM by jsamuel
Bush confessed to crimes on National Radio -- Mirandize and book him.

According to this thread, he broke the law and admitted it. Isn't this an impeachable offense? Otherwise, are we saying the the Executive Branch is not required to follow the laws it is supposed to enforce? If so, then isn't the Executive Branch therefore, superior to all other branches of our government, throwing our government into a constitutional crisis?
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