ImpeachPAC supports Democratic candidates for Congress who support the immediate and simultaneous impeachment of George Bush and Dick Cheney for their Iraq War lies. Read more.

Zogby Poll: 53% of Americans Support Impeachment; ImpeachPAC Announced!

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For Immediate Release: November 4, 2005

New Zogby Poll Shows Majority of Americans Support Impeachment;
ImpeachPAC is Launched to Support Pro-Impeachment Candidates

ImpeachPAC Forms Citizens Impeachment Commission

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ImpeachPAC today announced the formation of a Citizens Impeachment Commission to make 2006 the "Year of Impeachment."

"We are honored by the broad support for impeachment from this distinguished group of true American patriots," said Bob Fertik, President of ImpeachPAC. "Impeachment is not a 'fringe' position, as the Bush Administration would like Americans to believe. With a recent Zogby poll showing Americans support impeachment hearings by a solid majority of 53%-42%, there is far more support for impeachment than there is for the War in Iraq," Fertik said.

Can Cheney Save Bush's Presidency?

Impeachment Blogging | Politics of Impeachment

By David Swanson
Talk of censure and impeachment has begun swirling around President Bush. Can Vice President Cheney come to the rescue? He will do so if enough of Bush's opponents adopt the position of this Philadelphia Daily News op-ed writer -- the position that impeaching Bush would be a mistake, since Cheney is worse than Bush.

Let's Make our New Year's Resolution: To Impeach Bush and Cheney

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On December 15, the New York Times revealed George Bush secretly ordered the National Security Agency to spy on American citizens without warrants.

What Did They Say When They Were Impeaching Clinton?

Impeachment in the News

From the Impeach Bush Coalition:

Tom Delay (R-TX):
"This nation sits at a crossroads. One direction points to the higher road of the rule of law. Sometimes hard, sometimes unpleasant, this path relies on truth, justice and the rigorous application of the principle that no man is above the law. Now, the other road is the path of least resistance. This is where we start making exceptions to our laws based on poll numbers and spin control. This is when we pitch the law completely overboard when the mood fits us, when we ignore the facts in order to cover up the truth.

IMPEACH: Retaking the Public Square

Impeachment in the News

by Kagro X,

Have you heard the news? Daniel Schorr says "nobody's talking about impeachment." Charles Krauthammer says impeachment talk is "nonsense." And Jonah Goldberg says impeachment will actually help W's poll numbers.

The I Word Is Gaining Ground

Impeachment in the News

By Katrina vanden Heuvel, Huffington Post

In the late 1990s, House Majority Whip Tom DeLay, currently under indictment on corruption charges, proclaimed: "This nation sits at a crossroads. One direction points to the higher road of the rule of law.... The other road is the path of least resistance" in which "we pitch the law completely overboard when the mood fits us...[and] close our eyes to the potential lawbreaking...and tear an unfixable hole in our legal system." That arbiter of moral politics, Tom DeLay, was incensed about the danger of letting Bill Clinton escape unpunished for his "crimes"--lying about sex.

Republicans for Impeachment

Impeachment in the News

That's what I keep finding in the blogosphere. Check out this thread on Daily Kos.

And liberals too! See this.

Impeachment: The Checklist

Impeachment Process

From the Impeach Bush Coalition

1. Familiarize yourself with "The Question": The Bush administration simply cannot answer this one question: If time was of the essence, why didn't they conduct the searches and get the warrants after the fact, something that is allowed under the FISA law? They conducted the searches all right, but they never once sought the retroactive warrants.

'Impeachment' Talk, Pro and Con, Appears in Media at Last

Impeachment in the News

From Editor & Publisher:

Suddenly this week, scattered outposts in the media have started mentioning the “I” word, or at least the “IO” phrase: impeach or impeachable offense.

Conyers seeks impeachment inquiry over domestic spying

Grounds for Impeachment | Impeachment in the News

Conyers seeks impeachment inquiry over domestic spying

WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney has called for "strong and robust" presidential powers, saying executive authority was eroded during the Watergate and Vietnam eras. Some lawmakers objected that President Bush's decision to spy on Americans to foil terrorists showed he was flexing more muscle than the Constitution allows.


Impeachment in the News

from JC Designs, via Impeach Bush Coalition

Conservative Scholars Argue Bush’s Wiretapping Is An Impeachable Offense

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Faiz of Think Progress reports,

Conservative scholars Bruce Fein and Norm Ornstein argued yesterday on The Diane Rehm show that, should Bush remain defiant in defending his constitutionally-abusive wire-tapping of Americans (as he has indicated he will), Congress should consider impeaching him.

Karl Rove Lies to Stop Impeachment

Grounds for Impeachment

Karl Rove distributed his talking points to try to stop Bush's inevitable impeachment for spying on Americans without a warrant.


Rove is lying, and Judd of ThinkProgress rips this argument to shreds.

CNN's Blitzer & Cafferty Discuss Impeachment

Impeachment in the News

Via the right-wing site NewsBusters, which thinks only "hardcore leftists" are pondering impeachment - blissfully unaware that 53% of Americans think Bush should be impeached for his Iraq War lies...

Lies and the Twilight Zone

Impeachment in the News

Dick Bell, Democracy Cell Project

Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas was one of the greatest defenders of freedom in America in the 20th century. Douglas is the author of a beautiful but frightening metaphor about the subtleness with which our freedoms can slip away:

Audio of Bush Saying Wiretaps Require a Court Order

Evidence of Lies

Our good friend Michael Jay sent us this audio recording and transcript of Bush saying, last year, that wiretaps require a court order and that nothing has changed, "because we value the

Raising the Issue of Impeachment

Impeachment in the News

By John Nichols, The Nation

As President Bush and his aides scramble to explain new revelations regarding Bush's authorization of spying on the international telephone calls and emails of Americans, the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, has begun a process that could lead to the censure, and perhaps the impeachment, of the president and vice president.

Key Section of Executive Summary of Conyers' Report

Grounds for Impeachment

There is a prima facie case that these actions by the President, Vice-President
and other members of the Bush Administration violated a number of federal laws,
including (1) Committing a Fraud against the United States; (2) Making False