The Latest Impeachment Poll
Who knew? American Research Group (which I admit I don't know how reliably scientific they are) did a poll
in mid-November asking whether responders agreed that Bush and Cheney had committed impeachable offenses, and what to do about it.
Seems that 34% of all voters agreed with the statement, "President Bush has abused his powers as president which rise to the level of impeachable offenses under the Constitution and he should be impeached and removed from office," while 21% agreed that, "President Bush has abused his powers as president which rise to the level of impeachable offenses under the Constitution, but he should not be impeached." That's a total of 55% while agree that Bush has violated the law and done other actions that, whether they're in favor of doing it or not, are in fact impeachable.
The figures are similar for Cheney. Forty-three percent think he's committed impeachable offenses and should be impeached, while 9% think he's committed the offenses but (for some reason) think he should remain in office - but still, that's 52% who think Cheney's committed impeachable offenses.
Of those polled, 75% of Democrats thought Bush had committed impeachable offenses, and 69% thought Cheney had, while Independents were at 60% on Bush and 57% on Cheney.Now why don't Democrats get off their asses and support Dennis Kucinich's impeachment resolution?