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President Ford, err, Biden?

justsomeguy151 Wrote: May 16, 2013 9:40 AM
Ford was a politician so please abstain from the "decent kind man' stuff. He was also implicated in a death bed confession by a dying former CIA agent in the plot to assassinate JFK, along w/ Nixon, LBJ, and Bush sr. SNL had Chevy Chase portraying Ford as a bumbling stumbling goof but the truth is he was probably more cold blooded and sinister than we could imagine.

I never thought that I would be saying this, but it’s time we started addressing Joe Biden as “Mr. President.”  The U.S. Constitution stipulation of “high crimes and misdemeanors” is vast, but abuse of power and serious misconduct in office certainly fits this category. 

Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, was impeached for challenging the Tenure of Office Act (1867) which prohibited the president from dismissing office holders without the Senate’s approval.  Johnson tested this federal law by acting alone and firing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, thus his action was the basis for impeachment.  However,...