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Boxer Asks Presidential Scholars About Former White House Counsel's Statement that Bush Admitted to an 'Impeachable Offense'


By Senator Barbara Boxer
December 19, 2005

Washington, D.C.– U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) today asked four presidential scholars for their opinion on former White House Counsel John Dean’s statement that President Bush admitted to an “impeachable offense

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WEll it is about time that this administration be accountable to all the illigal actions they have been doing for the last 5 years! Downing Street Memo, torture, wire taps, etc. Please we need to do something about these individual who think they can ignore the laws of this great country and do what ever they want without paying the price!I am very concerned about what is happening in the White House and I truely feel that we the People want them out!!!!!!!!

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