House Judiciary Committee Holds Historic Hearings on the Case for Impeachment

Democracynow.org | July 28, 2008

The House Judiciary Committee held historic hearings on Friday about whether the White House overstepped its constitutional authority during the presidency of George W. Bush and whether or not such abuses would justify his impeachment. The hearing was billed as one on “Executive Power and Its Constitutional Limitations.” Although the title expressly did not include the word “impeachment,” several Democratic Congress members and witnesses used the opportunity to begin impeachment proceedings against the President and Vice President. We play highlights. [includes rush transcript]

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One Response

  1. My constitutional analysis suggests that Congress is without discretion – they MUST act to impeach Bush and Cheney.

    My blog, and a letter I wrote to Obama, McCain, Kucinich, and Conyers (copied on Pelosi) is at: http://impeachbushandcheney.wordpress.com/

    MWM

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