The dreaded ‘I’ word is on more and more lips these past two days with news of Bush’s bush-league end-around the Constitution. Last July, Jim Zogby released poll numbers indicating that a significant minority of Americans believed Congress should consider impeaching George Bush if he was found to have lied about the reasons for war in Iraq:
More than four in 10 Americans, according to a recent Zogby poll, say that if President Bush did not tell the truth about his reasons for going to war with Iraq, Congress should consider holding him accountable through impeachment.
I’m waiting for some enterprising pollster to ask the American people:
Do you believe that Congress should impeach George Bush if his executive spying order was a breach of the Constitution and federal law?
Now, that might reveal some interesting poll numbers! Members of Congress take note!