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Impeach Bush

March 14th, 2008

A poll conducted by the respected American Research Group in November shows increasing support for the impeachment and removal from office of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

A total of 64% of American voters say that President George W. Bush has abused his powers as president. Of the total, 53% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses and Mr. Bush should be impeached and removed from office.

A total of 70% of American voters say that Vice President Dick Cheney has abused his powers as vice president. Of the total, 61% say the abuses rise to the level of impeachable offenses and Mr. Cheney should be impeached and removed from office.

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10 Responses to “Impeach Bush”

  1. Sadly, now that it’s basically too late. The Democrats should have moved when they first came to power in 2006 – but the majority was not strong enough, and they frittered away their limited power on behaving much like the Republican majority they replaced. Plus, they don’t dare now this close to the election… it would be played in the media as “punitive” and petty, and they would screw themselves in November.

    So, despite the fact that most people think Bush stinks, he will get away with everything.

  2. I agree with Erik – this is a poll that’s too late, so it’s without bite, except to possibly steer the election process.
    I am always concerned with polls like this – how can they ensure that they have properly contacted the 100% of voters to get the 64% response… and is the 64% response an accurate description of the 100% – or is this just those who like completing polls?

  3. In some ways it doesn’t matter what the public thinks. It’s whether there is evidence that the President has committed some crime, isn’t it? What are the grounds for impeachment, somebody remind me?

    Anyway, impeachment is just the process that the president goes through when Congress “tries” him/her. Clinton was impeached, but he was found innocent of whatever it was he was accused of … isn’t that right, or am I having a senior moment?

  4. This posting caught my eye because it doesn’t quite make sense given the lack of consensus on virtually anything in the US lately.

    I realize the president’s popularity is low but I don’t see that many people advocating an impeachment so I wodered about this polling firm. I did some quick searches and immediately found concerns about this particular polling firm. The lack of polling transparency is a huge concern. It’s also concerning that no other firms have published a poll on this issue. The possible conflict of interest I found is also a concern. Here’s some links. many question the methodology on party affiliation which would dramatically skew the results.