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If this is true, this adds even more question marks on Obama:

Daily Kos: Obama and Impeachment

In congratulating Obama for reaching an incredible milestone of 250,000 individual donors (and rapidly closing in on the goal of 350,000 contributions) in the first two reporting quarters, a comment from One Pissed Off Liberal in this diary caught my eye.

What started out as a response to Liberal's outrage at Obama's rejection of impeachment has morphed into this diary.

The resentment of One Pissed Off Liberal towards Obama's anti-impeachment position extends from this item blogged by Steven Soto.  In it, Soto extends:

Obama came out against impeachment for either Bush or Cheney, saying that they've done nothing to merit it.

Gee, thanks for that window into your judgment Senator.

While that's not exactly what Obama said, the article referenced does note:

The senator, a Harvard law school graduate and former lecturer on constitutional law at the University of Chicago, said impeachment should not be used as a standard political tool.

"I think you reserve impeachment for grave, grave breeches, and intentional breeches of the president's authority," he said.

by Fran on Fri Jun 29th, 2007 at 02:07:40 PM EST

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