In light of certain revelations, I was wondering about the mood of the people who stumble upon this blog. If you would be so kind, please answer these three questions:
1. Should the President be impeached? You may pick a letter (or more than one - the answers aren't all mutually exclusive), or come up with an answer not provided.
A. The President acted appropriately in declassifying materials. There is no issue here. B. You liberals couldn't get him on some other issues, so now you're trying this one on. Give it up! C. The President is probably on safe legal ground, but listening to his Press Secretary describing the justification is rather like listening to Bill Clinton parce "is". D. It's troubling, but don't quote me. What's the status of the USA PATRIOT Act again? E. That conversation about censure might be appropriate about now. F. Well, maybe impeachment is appropriate, but after the Clinton impeachment, the country cannot afford to be torn apart like that again. G. I've been reading over the Twenty-Fifth Amendment, and I've concluded: Can't we impeach the Vice-President first? After all he was still talking about WMDs "proven" to be in Iraq on Meet the Press four months after the Pentagon showed it wasn't the case. H. From my reading of USC 50, "Protection of identities of certain United States undercover intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources," ITMFA. (Now since this is a wholesome, family-friendly, column, I won't tell you what that means. But if one were to go to ITMFA dot COM, one would be shocked, SHOCKED to find out.) I. Who the heck is Valerie Plame?
2. Will either the President or the Vice-President ever be brought up on impeachment charges, and if so, how far will the charges go in the process?
BONUS: Have recent revelations made you more cynical about the political process, you were already cynical about the political process, or you are more hopeful about the process because information has come to light?