The first and most likely scenario is that Conservative Republicans in the House of Representatives will finally decide that George W. Bush has gone too far. They will then join with Congressional Democrats to impeach him on the grounds of his persistent abuse of power in violation of the Constitution. Vice President Cheney will also be impeached on the same grounds. Conservative Republicans in the Senate will then join with Democrats to convict Bush and Cheney, and they both will be removed from office.
Meanwhile, House Republicans will have selected their most qualified member to be Speaker of the House, and he/she will become the next President of the United States, according to the Constitutional order of succession. In the Congressional elections of 2006, Republicans who supported the impeachments will not be punished, and Republicans will retain control of at least one body of Congress.
The second scenario is that the Conservative Republicans in the House will fail to join with House Democrats, and the impeachment process will be temporarily postponed.
2004 elections, as it becomes known how the electronic voting machines were rigged to guarantee Republican victories in Ohio and Florida, thus assuring Bush's re-election.
Then will come the November 2006 elections, and the Democrats will regain control of both the House and the Senate, swept into office by Public outrage over the Republican failure to deal with the Bush/Cheney offenses, the torture issue, and the election fraud issue. And in early 2007, after the new Democratic Congress is seated, Bush and Cheney will be impeached, convicted, and removed from office. And the new Democratic Speaker Of The House will become President.
Either way, both Bush and Cheney will be removed from office, and the Speaker Of The House will become President. The process has already begun, and it will quickly gather momentum in early 2006. The truth cannot be suppressed forever, and it will come tumbling out very soon. You read it here first.
Rev. Bill McGinnis
Director - www.LoveAllPeople.org
Pastor - www.InternetChurchOfChrist.org
Editor - www.AmericanDemocrat.net
Rev. Bill McGinnis is an Internet Christian minister, writer and publisher. He is Director of LoveAllPeople.org, a small private think tank in Alexandria, Virginia, and all of its related websites, including InternetChurchOfChrist.org, CommitteeForTheGoldenRule.org, CivicAmerican.com and AmericanDemocrat.net. His agenda is to help maximize the happiness and well-being of all people.