On "The Situation Room" today, we asked viewers the following three questions, and here are some of our favorite responses that we didn't get to read on air:What does it mean that the citizens of Berkeley, California, will vote on whether to call for the impeachment of Pres. Bush and V.P. Cheney?
It appears that at least one town in this country is willing to take the action that many have feared doing. This administration will probably try to have them excommunicated from the country. I never thought I'd say it, but God bless California.Bill, Leesburg, Florida
It means that the citizens of Berkeley have a whole lot more backbone than our rubber-stamp representatives in Congress.Linda, Maryville, Tennessee
The Berkeley maneuver to vote for impeachment plays into the hands of the conservatives; it energizes the conservative base to get out and vote instead of drinking another six-pack that day. Liberals are idiots because they continually stir up the "hornet's nest" just before elections. Cool your jets and become active when you gain power if you want to be effective. Losers.Gerald, Tampa, FloridaIs it time to negotiate with the insurgents in Iraq?
If the newly formed Iraqi government does not negotiate with the insurgents there will never be an end to the violence and a safe and secure Iraq is just a pipe dream.Greg, Vista, California
Well Jack, that's a hell of an idea...now if only those boneheads in Washington could realize it might be a good approach. Maybe it's time to speak softly and put down the big stick.Warren, New Jersey
It would be big mistake to make any deals with people who hate us so much, and can only achieve power by killing off the new government. They would just wait for us to leave before they took over Iraq or caused a civil war.Jim, Canal Winchester, OhioWho's going to win the battle between national security and freedom of the press?
Naturally Bush and his cronies. If the Bush administration is so sincere about keeping stories top-secret then they should stop leaking the information out.Craig, Peyton, Colorado
The press. And if they do not, we have become early Soviet Russia.Bruce, Minneapolis, Minnesota
I hope that the media gets put in its place. You don't go around telling the operational secrets of the government that allows you to exist.
Phillip, Glad Spring, Virginia
I hope freedom of the press wins. I have a hard time believing that our national security was compromised because of the New York Times. This administration has been bragging since 9/11 how they were following the money.
Lee, Fairfield, Iowa