Impeach Dick Cheney!

For what, you might ask? Think Progress ("When you Think Progress, Think 'Idiocy") has the answer via the New York Daily News:

Nobody got shot, but Vice President Cheney still fired up controversy Monday when he went hunting at a private club that hangs the Confederate flag. A Daily News photographer captured the 3-by-5 foot Dixie flag affixed to a door in the garage of the Clove Valley Gun and Rod Club in upstate Union Vale, N.Y.
Leave it to Al Sharpton to express "outrage:"
“It’s appalling for the VP to be at a private club displaying the flag of lynching, hate and murder,” said Rev. Al Sharpton. “It’s the epitome of an insult.”
All this might be true - except Cheney never saw the flag or was aware of its existence:
Cheney spokeswoman Megan Mitchell said, “No one in our office was aware there was such a flag. The vice president did not see a flag, nor did anyone on his staff traveling with him in New York.”
To sum up: Cheney is being criticized for not noticing something he didn't see and not condemning what he never saw.

Sounds like an impeachable offense to me...
For what, you might ask? Think Progress ("When you Think Progress, Think 'Idiocy") has the answer via the New York Daily News:

Nobody got shot, but Vice President Cheney still fired up controversy Monday when he went hunting at a private club that hangs the Confederate flag. A Daily News photographer captured the 3-by-5 foot Dixie flag affixed to a door in the garage of the Clove Valley Gun and Rod Club in upstate Union Vale, N.Y.
Leave it to Al Sharpton to express "outrage:"
“It’s appalling for the VP to be at a private club displaying the flag of lynching, hate and murder,” said Rev. Al Sharpton. “It’s the epitome of an insult.”
All this might be true - except Cheney never saw the flag or was aware of its existence:
Cheney spokeswoman Megan Mitchell said, “No one in our office was aware there was such a flag. The vice president did not see a flag, nor did anyone on his staff traveling with him in New York.”
To sum up: Cheney is being criticized for not noticing something he didn't see and not condemning what he never saw.

Sounds like an impeachable offense to me...