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‘I think that, more than any other president, [Bush] seems to be completely off the mark from what the country needs,’’ said Jessica Binder (left) of Brookline. Robert Sherer (right) said the resolution calling for the impeachment of President Bush was not appropriate because it did not fall within the jurisdiction of a Town Meeting.

A call to impeach from Brookline

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / June 1, 2006

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BROOKLINE -- He was irked when Town Meeting members voted against pledging allegiance to the flag more than a decade ago because they found the oath coercive. He was vexed three years ago when they called the USA Patriot Act an assault upon civil liberties. But Tuesday night, as Town Meeting members were poised to vote to seek impeachment of ... (Full article: 750 words)

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