On Sunday's "Face The Nation" Democratic Congressman, John Murtha talks to Bob Schieffer about the Iraq spending bill and the President's theatened veto. Murtha points out that Congress has given the President billions of dollars more than he requested and that the American people have spoken and they want out of Iraq. He then goes on to list ways to influence a President and one of those ways is impeachment.
Murtha: "There are three ways - four ways to influence a President, and one is popular opinion, the elections, third is impeachment and fourth is-is uh, fourth is the uh-uh the purse."
Schieffer: "Are you seriously talking about contemplating an impeachment of this President by Congress?"
Murtha: "What I'm saying is there are four ways to influence a President -"
Schieffer: "And that's one of them?
Murtha: "One of them is impeachment -"
Schieffer: "That's an option that is on the table?"
Murtha: "I'm just saying that's one way to influence a President. The other way is the purse and the purse is controlled by the Congress who is elected by the public and in the last election the public said we want the Democrats in control."