By Ralph Nader and Kevin Zeese
THE IMPEACHMENT of President Bush and Vice President Cheney, under Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution, should be part of mainstream political discourse.
The president and vice president have artfully dodged the central question: ''Did the administration mislead us into war by manipulating and misstating intelligence concerning weapons of mass destruction and alleged ties to Al Qaeda, suppressing contrary intelligence, and deliberately exaggerating the danger a contained, weakened Iraq posed to the United States and its neighbors?'
If this is answered affirmatively Bush and Cheney have committed ''high crimes and misdemeanors.' Based on the mountains of fabrications, deceptions, and lies, it is time to debate the ''I' word.