Bill Moyers & His Panel Discuss Impeachment genre: Polispeak & Video-Philes

The following video clips are of a Bill Moyers Journal in which he discusses impeachment with John Nichols of The Nation and Bruce Fein, a scholar in constitutional law.

I think it is noteworthy to point to the argument made by Nichols that an impeachment is not a constitutional crisis; rather it can be the cure for a constitutional crisis in that it is the process which allows the nation to correct its ails without sacrificing the republic.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Tagged as: Bill Moyers, Bruce Fein, Constitution, Dick Cheney, George Bush, Impeachment, John Nichols

Daniel DiRito | July 15, 2007 | 3:10 PM
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1 On July 16, 2007 at 4:48 PM, PBCliberal wrote —

Moyers and PBS may have legitimized this debate. I get a short dose of liberal radio on my occasional commutes. Today Randi Rhodes was all over this, and posted links to this same material on her Air America website. Impeachment talk isn't new for her, but she's re-energized.

Ed Shultz, who is a moderate and who used to toe the party line that impeachment would be a distraction from regieme change in November 2008, was singing a different tune today, talking about "the I word."

The overriding concern of the two guests, that we need to make sure the Bush excesses don't become a part of the "presidential tool box" no matter who is in power, is resonating with the right wingers, maybe because they know regieme change is coming and Queen Hillary is a whole lot scarier than King George.

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