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If the Senate loses and the president is not ousted from office, let's enforce the $100 million judgment on the Republican jurors (the Senate) and on the Republican triers of the case and impeachers of the president, the House Republicans.
President Clinton has done his bit, turning on his impeachers with a crowd-pleasing plan to safeguard America's federal pension system by diverting pounds 440 billion of social security money into the st ock market.
The impeachers could not defeat Bill Clinton in the elections or in legitimate democratic debate, so now they attempt to seize power through character assassination," charges Dart, a Republican who has held five presidential appointments during the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations.