Friday, March 31, 2006


John Dean:

WASHINGTON (AP) -- John W. Dean, Richard Nixon's White House lawyer, told senators Friday that President Bush's domestic spying exceeds the wrongdoing that toppled his former boss.

Bush, Dean told the Senate Judiciary Committee, should be censured and possibly impeached.

"Had the Senate or House, or both, censured or somehow warned Richard Nixon, the tragedy of Watergate might have been prevented," Dean told the Senate Judiciary Committee. "Hopefully the Senate will not sit by while even more serious abuses unfold before it."

"The president needs to be reminded that separation of powers does not mean an isolation of powers," he said.
It's like Dan Savage says: ITMFA!

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