Anyone else’s jaw drop when former White House press secretary Scott McClellan started to hawk his book, revealing that all top ranking Bush administration officials were lying in the outing of CIA operative, Valerie Plame?
In 1974, Congress threatened to impeach then-President Nixon and he resigned midway into his second term.
Thirty-four years later, can’t they muster the initiative and go after this president?
This fiasco certainly rises to the definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors” more than a bungled burglary or President Clinton’s lying about a private affair.
It doesn’t matter that Bush has only a year left on his lease. He and his crew promised America honesty, integrity and a step higher on the morality ladder than the previous administration.
Congress, do the right thing and bring forth the Articles of Impeachment now.