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Debate Tuesday

January 10, 2006

Should a President who thinks himself so above the law that he can break the law with impunity by eavesdropping on American citizens, be impeached?
I think so. My guest, Jim Parmelee, Chairman of the Northern Virginia Republican Political Action Committee, who supported the impeachment of Bill Clinton, strongly disagrees.

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  • Asking for the impossible January 11, 2006 10:27 am

    When the argument falls along party lines–for the sake of either party–the import of the discussion becomes tired, redundant, and cliche (Parmalee’s willingness to say anything to defend what he thinks is current Republican posturing–is boring and predictably distorting with the lack of imagination of a newsletter)
    The dynamic changes happening in the world today demand that the U.S. get its house in order–and that means being led by statesmen who believe their oath to the Constitution and not in the self-gratuitous petty squabbles and quid pro quo of politicians and agendaed interests sucking out the strength of a nation that should be leading the world, not threatening its very existence