Let's assume the worst case happens: Congress votes to impeach Bush; he refuses to leave office and uses the military to support him. Yes, there will be some who will refuse to obey, but there will be some who will support the president.
The egregious and repeated violation of American civil liberties by President Bush and his Administration requires a thorough Congressional investigation. That is why I urge you to hold hearings before you take up Judge Alito's nomination to the Supreme Court.
Essay: The Congress Quarrelled with President Bush
#2 You gave up your rights to privacy when you re-elected Bush. Bush won hands down and now he is just doing what he promised he would do. He promised that we would continue to fight the war on terror using ALL available means. Has there ever been a more honest President of the USA?
Lee Harvey Oswald -- Lone Assassin or Patsy?
When President Bush directed the National Security Agency to secretly eavesdrop on American citizens, he transferred an authority previously under the purview of the Justice Department to the Defense Department and bypassed the very laws put in place to protect Americans against widespread government eavesdropping. The reason may have been to tap the NSA's capability for data-mining and widespread surveillance.
Faith, Certainty and the Presidency of George W
Indeed, a few days after 9/11, Sarasota’s main newspaper reported, “Sarasota barely skirted its own disaster. As it turns out, terrorists targeted the president and Air Force One on Tuesday, maybe even while they were on the ground in Sarasota and certainly not long after. The Secret Service learned of the threat just minutes after Bush left Booker Elementary.” 
27/10/2017 · Former President George H.W
"Mr. Dean, who was President Nixon's counsel at the time of Watergate, said that President Bush is 'the first President to admit to an impeachable offense.' Today, Mr. Dean confirmed his statement."
Bush has been accused of groping by another woman
So why, at 9:03 a.m.—fifteen minutes after it was clear the United States was under terrorist attack—did President Bush sit down with a classroom of second-graders and begin a 20-minute pre-planned photo op? No one knows the answer to that question. In fact, no one has even asked Bush about it.
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To put things in context, Dean also said something fairly similar (about a different topic) in his book that came out earilier this year (Worse than Watergate: The Secret Presidency of George W. Bush, page 155):