The Clinton impeachment timeline was as follows: Oct. 8th - Henry Hyde introduced H. Res. 581 to authorize and direct the Judiciary Committee to investigate whether there are sufficient grounds for impeachment. Dec. 8th - a motion for censure instead is defeated. Dec. 11th & 12th Judiciary Committee approves four articles of impeachment. Dec. 16th The full report is released. Jan. 7th Impeachment Trial begins. The 110th Congress is far from over, and it comes back to a full workload and schedule of hearings after the Nov. 4th election. Bush's case is far more open and shut than Clinton's lying was, since the offenses are admitted and in the public record, including the most recent impeachable offense: the defiance of congressional subpoenas. If you are interested in running the ad in your district, not as a Democrat, though you be a good one, but as an American, please let ImpeachTime.org know. The first step toward a return of checks-and-balances, and possibly impeachment hearings: Help Gov. Seigelman Tell Conyers to Hold Rove in Inherent Contempt. Don't just send the email; call your own representative. Then call Judiciary members, numbers here.