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article imageGore against impeaching Bush

By bobSP     Jun 1, 2007 in Politics
Al Gore, a strong critic of George W. Bush, has stated that he is against any attempt at impeaching President Bush.
Gore cited a lack of time and consensus as his two main reasons for not supporting the impeachment of Bush.
Proponents of the impeachment movement say that Bush has deliberately mislead the nation and did so in order to start the war in Iraq.
Gore said during an interview on PBS that: With a year and a half to go in his term and with no consensus in the nation as a whole to support such a proposition, any realistic analysis of that as a policy option would lead one to question the allocation of time and resources.
He went on to say that he believed, ultimately, that any type of impeachment measure would fail and simply waste the nation's time and money.
Gore also fielded questions on the 2000 election--on that subject, he stated that while he did not agree with the ruling, he does believe in the rule of law found in this nation.
It seems Gore is increasingly able to put himself and his politics above the partisan bickering--and into an even better position to perhaps announce another presidential run in 2008.
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