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northzax Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-24-07 10:19 AM
Response to Reply #12
24. removing him?
you got 67 votes in the Senate I don't know about? I count the Senate as being at least 18 votes shy of impeachment, with strict party discipline from the Democrats (ex Lieberman, of course)

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  -DUer's: Discuss----Does veto of spending bill=Impeachment time? southerncrone  Mar-23-07 09:50 PM   #0 
  - huh?  robinlynne   Mar-23-07 09:51 PM   #1 
  - If Bush vetoes bill, is it time to proceed w/impeachment?  southerncrone   Mar-23-07 09:52 PM   #3 
     - How is vetoing a bill  MonkeyFunk   Mar-24-07 08:14 AM   #15 
        - Because the voters will be so angry at him, they'll pelt him with rotten peaches.  Bucky   Mar-24-07 09:17 AM   #20 
  - It could put it back on the table  Monkeyman   Mar-23-07 09:52 PM   #2 
  - Impeachment time has passed , Indictments will save u.s. in the future  orpupilofnature57   Mar-23-07 09:56 PM   #4 
  - how do you impeach someone for doing something  northzax   Mar-23-07 09:56 PM   #5 
  - Disregarding the Constitution, isn't in the Constitution.  orpupilofnature57   Mar-23-07 10:00 PM   #6 
     - right, but the veto power is, in fact, in the constitution  northzax   Mar-23-07 10:03 PM   #7 
        - A form of enabling 'Good Legislation' is catch phrase for " eat shit "  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 04:33 AM   #8 
        - right, and if you don't have the votes to override,  onenote   Mar-24-07 07:51 AM   #10 
           - No absurd thinking here ,one is political the other is judicial.  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 08:04 AM   #13 
              - Agnew quit before impeachment  northzax   Mar-24-07 10:10 AM   #22 
              - Exactly ,I meant Agnew was on his way to jail and even though Bill was  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 03:02 PM   #34 
              - And just a small correction here  nadinbrzezinski   Mar-24-07 12:33 PM   #29 
                 - I meant as far as Prison as opposed to vacating a job.  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 02:58 PM   #32 
        - You mean the country isn't well served by removing the...  ClassWarrior   Mar-24-07 07:58 AM   #12 
           - Bravo!!!!!  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 08:23 AM   #17 
           - Hear, Hear!! They can accomplish nothing under "rule by signing statement". . .  pat_k   Mar-24-07 09:33 AM   #21 
           - Outstanding post.  Le Taz Hot   Mar-25-07 10:04 AM   #48 
           - removing him?  northzax   Mar-24-07 10:19 AM   #24 
              - So we shouldn't do the right thing if we may not...  ClassWarrior   Mar-24-07 11:31 AM   #25 
              - Conviction  nadinbrzezinski   Mar-24-07 12:34 PM   #30 
              - We "have the votes" - that's amusing  onenote   Mar-24-07 05:53 PM   #40 
              - I wouldn't be surprised if impeachment wouldn't be the thing repug senators would cry for  ends_dont_justify   Mar-24-07 02:59 PM   #33 
                 - Exactly ,they're victims too , opportunism at it's lowest ,eating his own.  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 03:24 PM   #35 
                 - I wouldn't hold your breath  onenote   Mar-24-07 05:43 PM   #39 
                    - Part of their single celled amoeba thinking ,good for elections, bad for civilization.  orpupilofnature57   Mar-25-07 07:19 AM   #45 
  - No  cleveramerican   Mar-24-07 05:02 AM   #9 
  - Impeachment as a Statement of admonishment, not as a realistic goal...  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 07:58 AM   #11 
     - huh?  onenote   Mar-24-07 08:08 AM   #14 
     - He'll be dubbed instead of openly entitled ,flushed out.And if we had done the...  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 08:17 AM   #16 
        - and instead of spending the next year getting something, anything, done  northzax   Mar-24-07 10:17 AM   #23 
           - How is holding criminals accountable "not getting anything done?"  ClassWarrior   Mar-24-07 11:46 AM   #26 
              - how is an impeachment trial that results in an acquittal "holding" anyone accountable  onenote   Mar-24-07 12:28 PM   #27 
                 - How is putting a murderer on trial holding anyone accountable...  ClassWarrior   Mar-24-07 12:32 PM   #28 
                    - if someone is acquitted, their not held accountable --quite the opposite  onenote   Mar-24-07 04:46 PM   #37 
                       - And if you don't try them to begin with, you leave the door open...  ClassWarrior   Mar-24-07 05:33 PM   #38 
                       - Because their Image is sullied, as long and as much as people care!  orpupilofnature57   Mar-25-07 07:12 AM   #44 
     - It has nothing to do with "admonishment." Impeachment is a weapon of defense. . .  pat_k   Mar-24-07 09:10 AM   #19 
        - I was speaking to the probability ,not the intent. We need to Impeach him for a Ton  orpupilofnature57   Mar-24-07 02:54 PM   #31 
  - There are far stronger cases, but the House can impeach for whatever. . .  pat_k   Mar-24-07 08:57 AM   #18 
  - impeachment is a pipe dream ,  cleveramerican   Mar-24-07 04:12 PM   #36 
     - Of course articles would pass the House. . .  pat_k   Mar-24-07 11:38 PM   #42 
        - "of course" articles would pass in the House? I beg to differ  onenote   Mar-25-07 07:25 AM   #46 
           - 1) Unlikely, 2) Irrelevant, 3) They could kiss their seats goodbye  pat_k   Mar-25-07 09:38 AM   #47 
              - 1) Wrong 2) Wrong 3) Wrong  onenote   Mar-25-07 02:09 PM   #49 
                 - Better tell the 133 House Members and the 23 Senators who voted  pat_k   Mar-25-07 03:08 PM   #50 
                    - "'Win' by appeasing villains."  ClassWarrior   Mar-25-07 04:50 PM   #51 
                    - and how does that prove that "of course" the votes are there to impeach  onenote   Mar-25-07 10:56 PM   #52 
                       - Answered in #47., Will repeat "Win or lose. Doesn't matter."  pat_k   Mar-26-07 12:33 AM   #54 
  - It's been IMPEACHMENT time  ProudDad   Mar-24-07 06:29 PM   #41 
  - His legacy will be 'The President that shouldn't of been'  orpupilofnature57   Mar-25-07 07:10 AM   #43 
  - More like Reason # 3,569 for Impeachment  zulchzulu   Mar-25-07 10:59 PM   #53 
 

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