Posted by: Tony Carson | 27 October, 2007

Impeach Bush? asks William F. Buckley

You read the headline over William F. Buckley’s column with hope. If the arch-conservatives are open to the question, there might just be a chance.

On the contrary. In his conclusion, Buckley describes a president who is not only be unrecognizable to most, but to statistics, too.

If ours were a form of government patterned after that of the Europeans, Bush would probably have been replaced as leader of his party. But the majority of the American people still think of him as a man of good will and very stout heart who is pursuing his duties as he sees them, a man, moreover, of conspicuous incorruptibility. Let the people pronounce on his stewardship in November 2008.

Where does he get that from? Bush is sitting in the 20’s in approval, the majority of Americans think the US is heading in the wrong direction, most think he invaded Iraq without due cause … and on it goes.

Oh, ya, most would like to have a drink with him.

His full column is here: IMPEACH BUSH?


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