Impeachment chances loom for Bush

The NSA’s domestic surveillance program is not the only offense with which the president could be charged.
The House Judiciary Committee’s Democratic staff recently released a report concluding that Bush “misled Congress and the American people regarding the decision to go to war with Iraq.” And the 273-page minority report goes on to conclude that “the President, Vice President and members of the Bush administration violated a number of federal laws, including:
1) Committing a Fraud against the United States;
2) Making False Statements to Congress;
3) The War Powers Resolution;
4) Misuse of Government Funds;
5) federal laws and international treaties prohibiting torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment;
6) federal laws concerning retaliating against witnesses and other individuals;
7) federal laws concerning leakings and other misuses of intelligence.”
The Sun News | 01/06/2006 | Impeachment chances loom for Bush