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Tuesday, July 08, 2014

"Lessons like these would not be useless."

And now for today's teachable moment:

The occasional call [for impeachment] is nothing new. Presidents from Abraham Lincoln to Franklin Roosevelt have faced the fringe demand for Congressional removal...

Yeah, actually it goes back to our very first president.  Because Executives always piss off somebody in the Legislature...

ntodd

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What the hell's the point of being in the legislature if you can't remove the President when you don't like him?

Posted by: Rmj | Jul 8, 2014 5:13:58 PM

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