Today's Senate Judiciary committee meeting was a farce. Political beyond belief.
There also is the point that you can't Censure or Impeach on a topic where there is legal disagreement on what the legality is. Censure or Impeachment are related to known and understood illegal actions. Seems that the present debate pretty clearly shows that neither side has any standing judicial precedence on the topic.
Then there is John Dean. Not even sure why he's considered relevant. Well, he wrote a book that supports Feingold's contentions. Then there is his contention:
"I appear today because I believe, with good reason, that the situation is even more serious," Dean, whose testimony three decades ago help lead to Nixon's resignation in 1974, said in support of the seldom-used measure to discredit a president.Wonder where he got his information? Or is he just shooting into the air to push his book? I don't see that this was anything more than political posturing and Feingold is getting all the free publicity and a big in with the fever swamp left.
Dean is also the author of a book titled "Worse than Watergate," which slams the Bush administration as obsessed with politics and secrecy.