Skip to comments.Why Democrats love all the ‘impeach Obama’ talk (+video)
Posted on 07/26/2014 6:31:10 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
When Dan Pfeiffer sat down for a Monitor breakfast Friday with reporters, the senior Obama adviser didnt need to be asked about impeachment. He brought it up himself.
GOP House Speaker John Boehners move to sue President Obama has opened the door to Republicans possibly considering impeachment at some point in the future, Mr. Pfeiffer said.
A few hours later, White House spokesman Josh Earnest also didnt seem to mind talking impeachment, after a reporter brought up Pfeiffers comment.
There are some prominent members of the Republican Party who have articulated their support for articles of impeachment, Mr. Earnest said at his daily briefing. What were focused on is the business of the American people.
Translation: Republicans = frivolous. Democrats = serious.
It might not even be too strong to say that Democrats love all the talk of impeachment,
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Spin Spin Spin. The truth is that Obama, Inc. is in deep shock about the growing rumble of impeachment. As Sarah said, “If Obama is not impeachable no one is.”
It is a polarizing issue. The left needs to have the groups pulling away rallied to their side.
“All we are saying, is give impeachment a chance”
No way. Just like the government shutdown the public can’t stand these tactics. We need to win ....as in elections.
Some forward looking conservatives need to pool their talents to forecast a detailed scenario of how administration will destroy the kind of lifestyles obama supporters have grown comfortable with and it has to be presented in a manner that they are accustomed to. There must be plenty of images of early communist rationing in China or Russia or from the great depression that can be given a modern or futuristic look.
The democrats need to evolve their thinking to realize that obama impeachment is in their their best interests, a good idea, and that they thought of it first.
Whether Obama deserves to be impeached is not the question.
Constitutionally -— HE DESERVES TO BE.
Whether the process will succeed or not is another question.
Even if Republicans took over the Senate and say won 10 additional seats ( unlikely but let’s just say they will for argument’s sake ), they’ll only have 55 Senate seats.
This of course assumes that ALL 55 Republicans will UNITED to impeach Obama. And even then, you’ll need to convince another 12 Democrats to come along (good luck with that).
And I’m not even sure if this will fly politically in a country as divided as ours with nearly 47% on some kind of welfare.
So, constitutionally, YES, Obama should be impeached. Practically, NO, it won’t work.
“The truth is that Obama, Inc. is in deep shock about the growing rumble of impeachment.”
I think that is certainly true in the world of traditional political logic. But his stance on illegal immigration is totally illogical in the near term political sense for his party. He seems to have embraced total anarchy and chaos for the nation and the world. Obama is the type of person who will become dangerous when he senses he is boxed in. The box is the upcoming November elections. 2014 is the year that will determine if the United States survives in its traditional form.
The Senate doesn't "impeach"
The House does.
Impeached heck he should be jailed for the rest of his miserable days. But he wont. He will lice in luxury having never worked a day in his pot smoking man loven life.
Lice = live. Stupid phone but it wasn’t too far off.
Exactly. I've been parroting this for months. The talk of taking on the WH needs to WAIT; elections are paramount here. They're setting up for '16 & beyond and impeachment-protagonists are only focused on next month.
From the article,
It might not even be too strong to say that Democrats love all the talk of impeachment...
He deserves to be impeached but at the present it would be a tactical mistake. So for the time beingheneeds to be investigated tot he fullest extent possibile and then maybe we will have something.
The Senate votes to remove him.
That didn’t work for Clinton. How’s that going to work today?
Clinton was impeached.
Nixon was not.
This is going to come back and bite the left. The more this gets out among low info voters and the reason why they will see that the jackal has betrayed them. Deep inside blacks and the working poor understand that this harms their lives and livelihoods. They hate this whole amnesty thing. In the end the only folks the left has not betrayed in their quest for power are illegals and fags. Everyone else in their base has been tossed aside either by ocare or amnesty and rapidly increasing prices in food and energy.
When it all comes down to it folks want what is in their best interest. It doesn’t matter how many ebt cards they give out if folks can no longer make the money go anywhere. They are demoralizing Americans and they will not have what it takes to fight for a fool they have grown to despise.
RE: Clinton was impeached.
Nixon was not.
Nixon would have been, but he didn’t want to subject this country and the government to this lengthy, divisive proceedings. He thought it would be better for America if he resigned.
I would say, IMHO, Nixon loved this country better than Clinton.
So, the thinking is that Democrat voters will turn out to vote in this coming election to teach the Republicans a lesson for daring to think about firing Obama?
I thought you had to be an adult to vote? Oh, not if you’re a Democrat.
A more credible analysis of the matter is in order.