So though it seems a little crazy, IMPEACH is the word.
Clicking on the banner takes you to the Impeach Bush Coalition, a blog that reports on impeachment developments.
The obvious problem with impeachment is that, to get it going, the House of Representatives has to vote out a set of charges. And we all know what a set of corrupt rightwing non-entities the Republican members are. So that seems unlikely. But it turns out that the legislature of any state may transmit impeachment charges to the House. (That doesn't mean the House will affirm them, but they'd probably have to vote on them.)
And, in the great state of Vermont 104 members of the legislature, a majority, have already called on their Governor to
There is definite potential in state campaigns to push Congress.
Some unexpected voices have called for impeachment. For example, Thomas Donlan wrote an editorial in Barron's:
Strong stuff for a business magazine.
Meanwhile, in Washington, more Democrats are pushing on toward impeachment. Rep. John Conyers's H. Res. 635 now counts 17 supporters. Additionally, in December, California Senator Barbara Boxer asked legal scholars to analyze grounds for impeachment.
None of this is enough to get impeachment done, but it is something of a start. The Senate starts hearings on the warrantless wiretap program next week. Kagro X at The Next Hurrah is flogging impeachment with intelligence and passion. Stay tuned.