<center><h2><a href=http://politics.guardian.co.uk/print/0,3858,5001689-111381,00.html>MPs plan to impeach Blair over Iraq war record</a></h2></center> <blockquote>David Hencke, Westminster correspondent Thursday August 26, 2004 The Guardian MPs are planning to impeach Tony Blair for "high crimes and misdemeanours" in taking Britain to war against Iraq, reviving an ancient practice last used against Lord Palmerston more than 150 years ago. Eleven MPs led by Adam Price, Plaid Cymru MP for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, are to table a motion when parliament returns that will force the prime minister to appear before the Commons to defend his record in the run-up to the war. Nine of the MPs are Welsh and Scottish Nationalists, including the party leaders, Elfyn Llwyd, and Alex Salmond, and two are Conservative frontbenchers, Boris Johnson, MP for Henley and editor of the Spectator, and Nigel Evans, MP for Ribble Valley. A number of Labour backbenchers are considering whether to back the motion, though it could mean expulsion from the party.</blockquote> With Tony Blair facing impeachment, one can only wonder when Dubbyuh and his merry band, will face the music. If a president can be impeached for consensual sex, in the Oval Office, onse can surely be impeached for misleading the nation into an ill-considered, ill-concieved war.