"If we take back the House, there's a solid case to bring articles of impeachment against this president."Today’s Globe has an unusually short piece (for Peter Canellos) which says it was all a mistake. Except the piece sounds as though Canellos isn’t quite buying it:
Then again, even [Kerry spokesperson April Boyd] suggested that the remark might not have been fully in jest.Retreating to the 'Bush lied!' meme, I guess.
Wrote Boyd: ''He did make the serious point, which he's made forcefully before: 'How are the same Republicans who tried to impeach a president over whether he misled a nation about an affair going to pretend it does not matter if the administration intentionally misled the country into war?' Good luck finding a Democrat in America who disagrees."
The press release referred to by Canellos is apparently not on the web.
An early report of the incident is here and the Globe story today is here.