Public campaign to impeach the U.S. President

By Ian Darwin on 2006-10-01 00:00 in Category: politics

Under the Constitution of the United States of America, the President can be removed from office by an impeachment vote of the House and trial by the Senate. While Americans have often talked about impeaching their President, and President Clinton was impeached by the House (but not the Senate) for lying to the public about his sexual misadventures, there is now a large-scale petition campaign to get the American public to pressure their Congressional representatives to oust President George W. Bush for his numerous and continued violations of the Constitution he twice swore to defend, violations of human rights, of the truth, of numerous conventions that the U.S. is a legal signatory to, and more.
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