So, what do you think? Given the activities we know about,
- warrantless wiretapping and eavesdropping of domestic citizens
- the indefinite detention and interrogation of U.S. citizen(s) (Hamdi and Padilla)
Personally, I think impeachment should be reserved for the most serious of cases, those that interfere with the voters' abilities to oversee the President (as in Watergate, as opposed to, say, perjury and obstruction of justice allegations related to extramarital affairs with Whitehouse interns). If an investigation of vote flipping were to turn up links to the President, to me that would constitute an impeachable offense. The others are reprehensible but don't seem to fit the category of impeachable conduct. But I'm curious to know your views.