Don't hold your breath, but apparently in the UK, impeachment, a procedure last used in 1805 remains vital today.
Tony Blair could be impeached before the House of Lords for misleading Parliament over the basis for military action against Iraq, two leading lawyers say in advice published today.
They believe there is a case that the Prime Minister is guilty of a serious breach of constitutional principles.
Rabinder Singh, QC, and Prof Conor Gearty say the ancient procedure, under which MPs initiate criminal proceedings for actions that would otherwise go unprosecuted, can still be used to call ministers to account.
There's no chance that the Commons, controlled by the New Labour Party, would ever convict. But I suppose there's a real non-zero chance that the quirky House of Lords might at least debate the issue of voting a bill of impeachment.
Of course here in the US we only impeach people for lying about sex, not for lying to Congress and the nation about why we are going to war.