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In 2002, Bush used around $2 billion that was originally allocated by Congress for Afghanistan and used it to build bases in Qatar and to prepare for the war in Iraq. This one action violated the War Powers Act and Article 1, Section 9 of the US Constitution. However, it can also be argued that Bush had no choice but to illegally take funds in order to expedite the process of preparing for war against Iraq. Bush had strongly believed that Iraq was a nuclear threat and took actions to prevent a potential nuclear war, but by doing so he broke several laws that warrant removal from office.
Q: Was this the only amount of money that Bush illegally used or did he use more than what is stated? If so, were these funds taken illegally as well?
“Bush Article of Impeachment V.” Bush Article of Impeachment V. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Mar. 2016.
Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 specifically states that Congress alone can declare war against a nation, a law that Bush violated when he illegally launched a war against Iraq without a declaration of war from Congress. In October 2002, the resolution passed by Congress did not give the President the power to declare war, although his powers were expanded. In March 2003, Bush started war against Iraq without any authority. However, it can be argued that Bush had to launch war immediately because he strongly believed that Iraq was a nuclear threat. Due to this belief, he might have felt the need to bypass congressional authority, especially since it is a long process. Also, seeing as how the last time Congress declared war was for World War 2, and there have been many wars since then, Bush might have felt that Congressional approval was not an absolute necessity.
Q: Why did Bush feel the need to circumvent Congress and launch a war? Was it because Congress did not share his views on Iraq or because he wanted to launch a war quickly?
Bush is being accused of prohibiting several neighborhoods in Ohio from voting by providing an inadequate number of voting machines and generally making it more difficult to vote through means of intimidation and misinformation. Furthermore, 42 African American precincts in Columbus were missing were each missing one voting machine that were present in the 2004 election but are missing in the 2008 election. However, it can be argued that the lack of voting machines is not under Bush’s jurisdiction but rather the many voting committees that overlook the elections. Also, the lack of voting machines in the African American precincts could simply be a result of needing reparations or replacement. Furthermore, there is no information provided on the condition of voting machines in White precincts so this could simply be a bias in presentation of data.
Q: Is there any reason why Bush would prohibit African Americans from voting in the 2008 election, especially since he is not even running for President?
“Articles of Impeachment of George W. Bush: (28 and 29: Election Fraud).” – Democratic Underground. N.p., 10 June 2008. Web. 03 Mar. 2016.
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