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location: North Carolina

response: I personally couldn't care less what the President does on his own time. I feel however, that the country is in a sad state when we put the president above the laws by which the rest of us have to abide. The last time I checked lying under oath was still a crime.

Yes, but how severe a crime? A speeding ticket wouldn't cost him his job. The question is, how bad does his crime have to be before it is an impeachable offense?

Telling a lie, even if one swears it is true, isn't impeachable unless the lie is material to the duties of the presidency. If you don't want anyone who tells a lie to be president, the first people you'd have to exclude from the presidency are the politicians!

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