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Opinion: What did the president know and when did he know it?
The Senate Watergate Committee hearings Aug. 3, 1973,on Capitol Hill in Washington. From left are Sen. Lowell P. Weicker Jr, Sen. Edward J. Gurney, Fred Thompson, Sen. Howard H. Baker Jr., Rufus Edmisten, Sen. Sam Ervin, Sam Dash and Sen. Joseph M. Montoya. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye was absent. Testifying is Lt. Gen. Vernon Walters. - photo by Associated Press
Well, without getting into the foray of this impeachment thing — for I'm sure folks have their own ideas of reckoning, and I "reckon" we all do and some folks will "reckon" their ideas are right and yours are wrong — but what I did notice and have now come to know is that in these proceedings, names like Hamilton and Madison kept popping up. We all know something about them from our history class of long ago. They probably wrote great things and wore wigs.