Garrison Keillor wrote a column in Salon called
I completely disagree. I think that any talk of impeachment would be a massive waste of time.
Bush will never be impeached by the current Congress or by any Congress that will be elected come November. That is a completely unrealistic and unachievable goal.
Instead of wasting our breath on this, moderate and liberal candidates need to take back more seats in the Congress and Senate. I don't think candidates will win based on an "Impeach Bush" platform.
Issues like these may be attractive to many voters on both sides of the aisle:
-Forcing major employers to contribute to their employees health care costs (i.e., Walmart)
-Getting America's reputation back on track by sticking to the Geneva convention
-Rebuilding the devasted Southeast
-Not invading Iran and setting a timetable for withdrawing from Iraq.
-Improving disaster and attack preparedness and so on.
We are all in this together. We will never convince a majority of the people that what the President has done is unconsitutional. Let's work together and help make the changes that need to be made to get this country back on track.