Monday, October 24, 2005

Who Said It? 

Courtesy of Alec Baldwin, believe it not, over at The Huffington Post -- Who said this?
"I do not hold the view of our Constitution that there must be an actual, indictable crime in order for an act of a public officer to be impeachable. It is clear to this Senator that there are, indeed, circumstances, short of a felony criminal offense, that would justify the removal of a public officer from office, including the President of the United States. Manifest injury to the Office of the President, to our Nation and to the American people and gross abuse of trust and of public office clearly can reach the level of intensity that would justify the impeachment and removal of a leader."
A) Howard Dean
B) Kay Bailey Hutchinson
C) Barbara Boxer

Hint: it's the same person who said this about the Fitzgerald investigation:
"if there is going to be an indictment that says something happened, that it is an indictment on a crime and not some perjury technicality where they couldn't indict on the crime and so they go to something just to show that their two years of investigation was not a waste of time and taxpayer dollars."
Go to the link to get the answer, then watch your head spin at the blazing hypocrisy of Republicans.

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