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  • n. Plural form of impeacher.


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  • I must say that I'm extremely anxious to see who these "impeachers" and "recallers" throughout the state will decide to support for mayor of New Orleans.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Is this another of those paradoxes where Bill tried to 'confuse' the impeachers by mincing his words ... just as she did and does on numerous occasions?

    Schneider: How did Clinton win big?

  • But Yoo is a professor at Boalt Hall Law School at the University of California at Berkeley, beyond the reach of any would-be impeachers, so it's Bybee who ends up on the hot seat.

    David O. Stewart: The Torture of Impeachment

  • Law is a force for good, but hypocrisy of this magnitude (perjuring Presidents, sanctimonious impeachers, Spitzer hitting it with a ho) from any quarter hurts our respect for the rule of law and hurts us all.

    Hillary: "Let's Wait And See" On Spitzer

  • But politically, such an attempt might redound less to the satisfaction of the impeachers (witness 1998, e.g.), and the early calls for Clinton's impeachment were ignored by the mainstream Republicans until they got what they thought was a "legal" peg to hang their hat on, at which time they thought they could argue that the "rule of law" demanded an impeachment, and make it look less that partisan.


  • May the Force be with all the bloggers, whistle blowers, impeachers, peaceniks and the rest of the Jedi!

    Movie myths and reality by Carol Wolman

  • A - As we get more organized, we are identifying the candidates in every district, and will support and publicize impeachers through the internet, word of mouth, radio call ins, etc, until the mainstream media has to take notice.


  • A related defense tactic, which sometimes gets unwitting impeachers to work against themselves by stopping impeachment, is by recalling past arcana to divine the entrails.

    Pelosi and Conyers-- Smarter than Impeachment-

  • If Blanco and Nagin's impeachers/recallers/opponents end up supporting who I have in mind... well, that will tell us a lot about their motives, won't it?

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • The impeachers had no one whom they could pit against this "unprincipled and impudent Federalist bulldog," as Jefferson called him; and in other ways, too, from the first their lot was not easy.

    John Marshall and the Constitution; a chronicle of the Supreme court


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