Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006 | In “On Impeaching Bush,” by James Goldsborough, he concluded: “Impeachment would not be fair.”

In view of all of the unstudied conclusions that Congress reached that resulted in supporting Bush’s lust for a war in Iraq, I agree with Goldsborough. However, what would be fair – and just – would be for the United Nation’s War Tribunal to try Bush, Cheney, Rice, et al. for war crimes, which, because of Bush’s open disdain for the UN, would be the epitome of poetic justice.

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