The Case Against Impeaching Bush
Chris Bowers offers a detailed rationale for why Democrats should not use their newly won majority in the Congress to pursue impeachment of President Bush. Aside from the glaring omission of Bush’s not having committed any high crimes or misdemeanors, it’s a rather thorough and compelling argument.
UPDATE: It’s unfair to call it a “glaring omission,” since Bowers at least touches on the point. I should amend the last sentence to say that, “Apart from his aside that Bush ‘Probably’ committed impeachable offenses, it’s a rather thorough and compelling argument.”