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It is amazing Obama has not been impeached, because of the 14 very good reasons.
peach freak posted...
I've never seen a president experience so many Watergates (Fast + Furious, Solyndra, Benghazi, amongst others) and come out completely unscathed either.
The criteria for labeling something a Watergate is much lower for Obama than any previous president.
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Didn't Obama have at least one "Watergate moment" before taking office?
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When a man told Rep. Michele Bachmann that President Obama should be impeached just because, Bachmann replied, “Well, I’ll tell you, I’ll tell you, I agree, I agree.”
Such a way with words.
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Bush was far worse than Obama, quite frankly.
Obama is just as bad as Bush was.
In a way, I think Obama has been worse simply because he's normalized all the overseas drone strikes and assassinations of US citizens without due process in the eyes of many "liberals". I firmly believe that the left would be outraged if McCain had won and did exactly what Obama done in that regards.
I know that there are people on the left that are upset with Obama for the assassinations, but it's just a vocal minority.
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Millions of impeaches
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with Santorum in the White House immoral acts like Sandy Hook and the Aurora Massacre would not have happened. -Bored troll looking to tango
JonWood007 posted...Bush was far worse than Obama, quite frankly.
Bush started two confused, headless wars and led them incompetently. Obama took over and made the war effort smart. When Obama entered another country, it got us thé man Bush didn't get us for 7 years.
Also no s*** like "no kid left behind",expanded healthcare, a stabilized economy and a country that's a little closer to living up to "Liberty and Justice for all". Yeah, I prefer Obama by a lot. He's a LONG f***ing way from perfect, but he ain't no Bush.
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+ Fast and furious: Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner threatened to impeach administration officials and possibly the president over the botched gun-running investigation, telling Attorney General Eric Holder: “If we don’t get to the bottom of this — and that requires your assistance on that — there is only one alternative that Congress has, and it is called impeachment.”
+ Boston bombing: A Washington Times columnist called for impeaching Obama after the Boston Marathon bombing because he fails to realize that “we are in a clash of civilizations between radical Islam and the West.”
+ Joe Sestak: Dick Morris, America’s best columnist, and Sean Hannity, America’s best TV host, agreed that it was a “de facto bribe” and “an impeachable offense” when the White House allegedly pushed former Pennsylvania senatorial candidate Joe Sestak out of a Democratic primary.
+ Guns: A whole slew of Republican lawmakers have floated impeaching Obama over post–Sandy Hook gun laws, and Rep. Steve Stockman even planned to introduce articles of impeachment in the House. Unfortunately, due to their efforts, Obama’s watered-down gun safety bill died in the Senate.
+ Debt: South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott, then in the House, said that if Obama invoked the 14th Amendment to circumvent the debt ceiling, it would be an “impeachable act.” Rep. Steve King promised “Obama would be impeached” if the government defaulted.
+ Balanced budget: Rep. Mo Brooks in January proposed a constitutional amendment that would make failing to balance the nation’s budget an impeachable offense.
+ Immigration: Former Sen. Jon Kyl, then the No. 2 Republican senator, responded to Obama’s deferred action immigration policy by telling radio host Bill Bennett that “impeachment is always a possibility,” especially if there are “shenanigans involved.” Rush Limbaugh joined the fun, as did the restrictionist group AILPAC, which has a petition up on its website to impeach the president.
+ DOMA: Newt Gingrich (who has some experience with impeachment) suggested impeaching the president over his decision to stop defending the Defense of Marriage Act in court while Herman Cain called it near-treason. Social conservative stalwart Rep. Trent Franks hinted at impeachment, too.
+ Bush tax cuts: Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist said if Obama failed to extend the Bush tax cuts, “Republicans will have enough votes in the Senate in 2014 to impeach.”
+ Island giveaway conspiracy: A Texas congressional candidate wanted to impeach Obama in 2012 for supposedly giving away a string of islands to Russia.
+ Recess appointments: Fox News’ Neil Cavuto wondered if Obama could be impeached for making recess appointments. Sadly, a Fox legal analyst said no.
+ Libya: Bruce Fein, a lawyer who has written articles of impeachments against Clinton, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, did the same for Obama in 2011 over the military intervention in Libya, alleging that it violated the Constitution’s mandate that only Congress can declare war.
+ Birth certificate: A former GOP congressman who ran for office again in 2010 suggested the idea of moving to impeach Obama in order to pressure him to release his birth certificate.
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That post was so pointless that it become stupid, wolf. Thereby upholding your vow to never make a post that isn't stupid. Quite a clever thing.
Joe Biden is proof that I severely under estimated the number of republicans who only care about the color of the president’s skin.
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