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Senator Boxer: Keep impeachment on the table

On the Ed Schultz show Wednesday, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) said she thinks the House has to consider starting impeachment proceedings. Here's an excerpt [ed. - emphasis added]:

I've always said that you need to keep it on the table, and you need to look at these things, because now people are dying because of this administration. That's the truth. And they won't change course. They are ignoring the Congress. They keep signing these signing statements which mean that he's decided not to enforce the law. This is as close as we've ever come to a dictatorship. When you have a situation where Congress is stepped on, that means the American people are stepped on. So I don't think you can take anything off the table. Because in fact the Constitution doesn't permit us to take these things off the table.

I just want to re-emphasize this statement: This is as close as we've ever come to a dictatorship. That is right on, and the current administration has created a constitutional disaster that requires impeachment of Cheney and Bush.

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