It’s the last day of finals week, and I’ve got some grading left, and a paper to write that was due sometime in the spring of 2007. Well. I’ve got this new idea for a campaign/ad-project/whatever wherein people all answer the question: what are you doing to impeach the president? I’d be able to honestly state that I’ve picked-up (barely) juggling in order to impeach the president. When you talk about impeachment, people’s eyes glaze and they doze off. Or, they begin, immediately, to extract their interest and generosity through any number of reflexively-logical justifications. It’s patronizing at least, and civically reprehensible at worst. I don’t know what’s wrong, what should be done, or why; I am just petitioning that it be considered. Now, to be completely honest, that is a lie. I do have ideas on what’s wrong, what should be done, and why; in fact, I’m quite certain that all others, everyone, has similar ideas. And that, given the time, space, and fealty-to-each-other to discuss it openly and democratically, we could come to a consensus on what should be done, and why. That’s why I’ve taken up juggling.