Skip to comments.Impeaching Obama for Tyranny...Means Finding Political Will, Not the Right "Magic Words"
Posted on 07/13/2014 10:21:33 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
This is the second in a two-piece article on impeachment of Barack Obama. America is navigating extraordinary travails attempting to adapt to Baracks increasingly erratic and arbitrary decision-making. This is apparently motivated by his own misbegotten notion hes a secular prophet who must force America to adapt into his socialistic fantasies. His trashing of the Constitution, ignoring Congress and claiming amnesia on the separation of powers has created a crisis which few on either side seem ready to address.
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There’s a reality show in this mess..
The Ball-less Wonders of Capitol Hill.
To borrow a line from Skip Bayless: "He's so non-prophet he ought to be tax-free." :)
Impeachment does not equal conviction. I don’t think King Barack is going to be removed through the Constitutional process. Now can a King be deposed... Also, not likely.
I don’t want a situation where an incumbent Joe Biden is positioned to run for two more full terms. Of anyone discounts his political viability, they need to explain how he held office in the senate as long as he did.
Yes of course impeachment doesn't mean removal.
So the next best thing to do short of removal is to write the articles of impeachment, impeach and then let the senators go on record with their votes as being for the destruction of our country by Obama.
Obama's 3rd and 4th Terms may be carried out under the guise of his clone: Mitt Romney — I think that's more likely than Biden.
If Obama is impeached, Biden becomes president, an incumbent president eligible for two additional four-year terms. He’s as crazy and as far left as any democrat office holder you can name.
This is an interesting topic for a thread on a website that made it “chops” playing a big role in the Clinton impeachment.
We learned a lot, especially about a Senate and how the electorate in general views impeachment as a challenge to the will of the voters, low information thought they be.
We don’t have a Congress with a sense of identity and a will to act in the interest of their branch. We haven’t had that since 48 and before that in the 20s.
I’ve been telling my congressman this for some time now.
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