Not one of the candidates seems comfortable touching the issue, but at the grassroots level, Democrats are buzzing about it, and with the possibility that the President and Vice President may finally be pinned down through testimony before Congress or in the prosecution of Lewis Libby, the issue may be unavoidable...
... I'm talking about impeachment... or censure... of the President of the United States.
Yes, impeachment raises the hackles of Republican voters, but there's no issue that excites the passion of Democrats as much, although some on the Joe Lieberman right wing side of the Democratic Party are dead set against it. So, should the issue of impeachment or censure of George W. Bush be one that Leon Koziol, Michael Arcuri and Les Roberts should address as part of their campaigns, or should they try to stay away from it as much as possible.
What are the implications of either tactic, and whether they want to address the issue, will they really have a choice?