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karynnj Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-22-07 07:00 PM
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50. Incredibly insightful post
I have 2 questions, can a President be censured or charged with anything when he is out of office?

The second question is whether we can get the moral high ground if our candidates made campaign promises to immediately undo - in whatever method was appropriate the list of actions that we call unconstitutional when Bush is President. It would be a way to show that we mean what we say and it would be holding true to the type of government we all learned of in high school. I do not want Democrats doing what he don't want Republicans to do. (If you think this out of the question - consider how many Democrats, who voted Clinton a line item veto, were willing to consider a fair line item veto when Bush was trying to get one.)
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