Monday, July 16, 2007

Should Congress Arrest Harriet Miers?

Booman argues that the House should use its authority to find Harriet Miers in contempt and then arrest Miers and compel her to testify as the first step toward impeachment hearings for Bush, Cheney and Gonzales. Congress has that power although it has not used it in a long time - 1934 against the Postmaster General. There seems to be rising public sentiment in favor of impeachment - was commuting Libby the last straw?

I don't think Booman is right on this from a marketing standpoint - Gonzales should be the one to go this route with.

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