The International Court in the Hague may be more romantic, and a formal action by Congress more desirable, but maybe the most practical way to make an example of George W. Bush would be through your district attorney's office. Was a Guardsman in your county one of more than 4000 soldiers to die in Iraq over WMD, as a result of fraudulent findings, which Bush submitted knowingly and with malice aforethought, in order to receive consent from Congress to wage a war there? Then your local DA may have an excellent case for murder. Veteran prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi has been making this case before growing numbers of people, and despite a shut out by the networks, in connection with his most recent bestselling book.
Such a case is bound to shoot like a rocket up to the Supremes, I suppose, but given a set of facts so different from those of Bush v. Gore, it's got to be worth a try. Anyway, three branches means we get three swings at good governance under the Constitution, and to quit at two just wouldn't be patriotic. Let's Book Bush in '09