Gore Rejects Bush Impeachment

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With only a year and a half left in Bush's last term, Al Gore has called any effort to impeach Bush a waste of time and resources and questions whether there is enough of a consensus for such an effort to be successful.

Asked if he did enough in 2000, Gore said that he'd gone as far as he could short of violent revolution.

Gore took his fight all the way to the Supreme Court, who deferred back to Florida. That was as far as he could take it.

One has to wonder at this point how many stolen elections we'll see before violent revolution sounds like a good idea. Personally, I think Gore could have called for a general strike from supporters and might have had some success.

In any event, at this point, the best we can do is remain vigilant in our defense of what remains of the Democratic process and ensure that a government that represents the people be restored.


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