Need I say more? The story is here. It sounds like this was not a case of a judge being irresponsible, but of inability to control alcoholism. In a case like that I think there is more need for help than for sanctions. On the other hand, you can't trust a judge who can't be trusted to handle this problem. I think a suspension and requirement to go for treatment would be an acceptable sanction. What do you think?
UPDATE 11/10/14: Legal Ethics in Motion has more on the story here.