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Ron paul signs onto impeachment bill

 
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No U.S. president has ever been impeached. Nixon would have been impeached had he not resigned. Compared to some of his successors Nixon was virtually an innocent babe in the woods.
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Klintoon was impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


Here's a Klintoon impeachment link;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


I don't know what the hell that article is, but I'm 100 percent sure that Bill Clinton was not impeached.
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You are simply stupid as fuck. He WAS impeached you dipshit.
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Ron Paul wears dirty diapers!
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...and then sells them to dumb ass Canadians on Ebay for $250.00 each. He's making a FORTUNE! banana2
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Ron Paul wears dirty diapers!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19914349

...and then sells them to dumb ass Canadians on Ebay for $250.00 each. He's making a FORTUNE! banana2
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cruise canadiens wear dirty diapers.
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Canadians ARE dirty diapers.
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No U.S. president has ever been impeached. Nixon would have been impeached had he not resigned. Compared to some of his successors Nixon was virtually an innocent babe in the woods.
 Quoting: Northman


Totally agreed on Nixon. Actually I think he was a great man, despite what all the hippies brainwashed people into thinking. Remember, they are baby boomers now and voting Obama.
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You friggin idiots!

LEARN the difference between "impeach" which means to accuse/indict and "remove from office" which is a judgement that the Senate can only decide after impeachment has already occurred.

Two president's have already been impeached. None have been removed from office. DIFFERENT
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[link to wiki.answers.com]

The legal meaning of impeachment is "to bring charges against."

The President, Vice-President, Federal judges (including Supreme Court justices) and "civil officers," which Congress defines as anyone a President appointed, are the government officials eligible for impeachment.

Chargeable offenses are constitutionally defined as "treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," a vague term that can mean anything from a breach of ethics, professional misconduct, an act against the government's best interest, or criminal behavior (essentially, whatever the House of Representatives decides it means). Officials cannot be impeached for being disliked taking an unpopular stance on an issue; some form of actual wrongdoing must be involved.

Impeachment is a two-step process similar to a Grand Jury indictment and trial in criminal cases. One or more members of the House of Representatives bring "Articles of Impeachment" (charges) again a government official, and the House votes whether to "Impeach" (indict, send to trial).

The Senate conducts the impeachment or removal trial. If two-thirds of the Senate votes to convict the official on the articles of impeachment, the person is removed from office; otherwise, the person is acquitted and nothing further is done.

Impeachment means charging a public official with misconduct in office.

Read more: [link to wiki.answers.com]

Clinton was not impeached..2/3 of the senate did not vote for impeachment
 Quoting: MarkoPolio 16480074


[link to topics.nytimes.com]
"Mr. Clinton also became the first elected president to be impeached, over his deceptions about an affair with a White House intern half his age."

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
"Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States, was impeached by the House of Representatives on two charges, one of perjury and one of obstruction of justice, on December 19, 1998."

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
"The House of Representatives impeached the president of the United States yesterday for only the second time in American history"

[link to articles.cnn.com]
"Clinton will be only the second U.S. president in history to face a Senate trial. The last time the House voted impeachment articles was 130 years ago when President Andrew Johnson was impeached following the Civil War.

The president, who vowed to serve out his remaining two year in office, told top aides he was disappointed but not surprised by the House impeachment votes."


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"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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Klintoon was impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


Here's a Klintoon impeachment link;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


I don't know what the hell that article is, but I'm 100 percent sure that Bill Clinton was not impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18857989


You are simply stupid as fuck. He WAS impeached you dipshit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18836223


Yeah, I was going to correct that too. Clinton was impeached. I mean - uh - we WATCHED it y'know? It's not ancient history or anything.
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07/16/2012 11:03 PM
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and kudos to Ron Paul, though I did not support him for president, I do think he is an important person fighting for America right now.
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07/16/2012 11:08 PM
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You friggin idiots!

LEARN the difference between "impeach" which means to accuse/indict and "remove from office" which is a judgement that the Senate can only decide after impeachment has already occurred.

Two president's have already been impeached. None have been removed from office. DIFFERENT
 Quoting: Resister


[link to wiki.answers.com]

The legal meaning of impeachment is "to bring charges against."

The President, Vice-President, Federal judges (including Supreme Court justices) and "civil officers," which Congress defines as anyone a President appointed, are the government officials eligible for impeachment.

Chargeable offenses are constitutionally defined as "treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," a vague term that can mean anything from a breach of ethics, professional misconduct, an act against the government's best interest, or criminal behavior (essentially, whatever the House of Representatives decides it means). Officials cannot be impeached for being disliked taking an unpopular stance on an issue; some form of actual wrongdoing must be involved.

Impeachment is a two-step process similar to a Grand Jury indictment and trial in criminal cases. One or more members of the House of Representatives bring "Articles of Impeachment" (charges) again a government official, and the House votes whether to "Impeach" (indict, send to trial).

The Senate conducts the impeachment or removal trial. If two-thirds of the Senate votes to convict the official on the articles of impeachment, the person is removed from office; otherwise, the person is acquitted and nothing further is done.

Impeachment means charging a public official with misconduct in office.

Read more: [link to wiki.answers.com]

Clinton was not impeached..2/3 of the senate did not vote for impeachment
 Quoting: MarkoPolio 16480074

Execuse me...Actually I should have said "Clinton was not impeached..2/3 of the senate did not vote for the articles of impeachment"
 Quoting: MarkoPolio 16480074


Dude you did a great job explaining the whole process and then you screwed it up! Twice! You just said its the HOUSE that votes to impeach and the Senate votes to remove. Then you say he was not impeached because the SENATE didn't vote for the articles of impeachment?!!! Arghhhh read your own post! So here's what you really should have said.

"Excuse me...Actually I should have said "Clinton was not removed from office... 2/3 of the senate did not vote to convict"

Hows that? Cause the House sure as hell voted to impeach.
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07/16/2012 11:10 PM
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No U.S. president has ever been impeached. Nixon would have been impeached had he not resigned. Compared to some of his successors Nixon was virtually an innocent babe in the woods.
 Quoting: Northman


Klintoon was impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


so was Andrew Johnson.
s. d. butler

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07/16/2012 11:13 PM
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Ron Paul finally cosponsers H.CON.RES.107.IH

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Hopefully this will get the resolution some spotlight!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1483459


Only eight active co-signers and only one count. Fucking pathetic! Every congressperson out to be co-signing this.
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Yeah but the one count is very serious.
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07/16/2012 11:15 PM

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s. d. butler

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07/16/2012 11:16 PM
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No U.S. president has ever been impeached. Nixon would have been impeached had he not resigned. Compared to some of his successors Nixon was virtually an innocent babe in the woods.
 Quoting: Northman


Klintoon was impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


Here's a Klintoon impeachment link;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19896374


I don't know what the hell that article is, but I'm 100 percent sure that Bill Clinton was not impeached.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18857989


You are probably thinking "convicted" he was impeached by the house, then had to be convicted in the senate.

The house impeached him, the senate failed to convict.
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07/16/2012 11:17 PM
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No U.S. president has ever been impeached. Nixon would have been impeached had he not resigned. Compared to some of his successors Nixon was virtually an innocent babe in the woods.
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Dumbass get your history straight. There was a US president that was impeached.
s. d. butler

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07/16/2012 11:19 PM
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Clinton was not impeached. It didn't pass senate
 Quoting: MarkoPolio 16480074


impeached and convicted are two different things.

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