Bruce Fein, conservative constitutional scholar and ex-Reagan Justice official, says the time for impeachment is now:
Impeachment precedents fortified by the original intent of the Constitution's makers provide ample justification for a House judiciary committee impeachment inquiry targeting President Bush for—among other things—multiple criminal violations of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and frustration of legitimate congressional oversight with preposterous claims of executive privilege.
FISA makes it a federal felony for the president or vice president to "intentionally engage ... in electronic surveillance [to gather foreign intelligence or otherwise] under color of law except as authorized by statute."
If what Bush has said and done falls short of warranting an impeachment inquiry, then impeachment of the president has become a virtual dead letter.
Must keep Cheney in the picture, too. It's got to be a twofer.