Shame on all of you who voted No.
Impeach Barack Hussein Obama II?
more hyperpartisan drivel. when it's a Republican president, the hyperpartisans on the left threaten to leave the country. when the president is a Democrat, it's impeachment and secession nonsense. it has ruined politics to the point where i'm having trouble caring. on top of that, both sides pretty much suck, and there is no one i can vote for who is really advocating for the direction i want America to go.
here's an idea : if you don't like the president, then run a candidate who is appealing this time. if you do that, you might have a chance at winning, and then you don't have to threaten to secede, come up with half baked impeachment schemes, or spend all of your free time venting partisan rage.
pretty much what we want is to be able to earn enough money to not be horribly and constantly in debt just paying for necessary stuff like health bills, food, gas, and sending our kids to college. we also would like a bit of job security and to not get royally and unjustly ****ed by our employers because they paid politicians for favorable legislation that kicks a lot of workers square in the ass. we also don't want to be constantly at war.
this **** is not difficult. run a guy (or woman) who actually cares about building the economy from the bottom or middle up rather than the top down stuff that we have tried multiple times. that's how you win, not all of this other nonsense. ****, the Republicans have a pretty good chance in the next cycle due to the fact that we will have had eight years of a Democrat president. that leads to fatigue, and is an advantage for the other side.
and until then, cut out the impeachment bull****. it will never happen, it's not worth your time, and it makes your side look really bad to independents and moderates. and yeah, you need those votes, too.
The chance of actually impeaching and removing him are slim to none imho. So the damage to the country both financially and productivity wise due to the proceedings, as well as civily due to the significant furthering of the partisan divide it would cause, is no where near worth the risk compared to the very, very unlikely reward.
Add to this that the standing to impeach him are far from slam dunk, and potentially set up trouble precedent for future presidents, and I just can't see it being feasible based on anything provable he's done to this point.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
He doesn't deserve to be removed from office for those reasons - he should never have been elected and after his first term, he never should have been reelected. Remarkably, a recent poll claims that 45% to 37%, the American people believe the US would be better off now if Romney had won the 2012 election. Six years in, it's remarkable that 37% still think Obama is doing a good job. Based on that, there should be a provision to impeach the American voter.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
“I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being proposed here, he’d agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute.” - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.
Well, if Biden wasn't a yes man, Obama would have purged Biden.
Funny that Biden ran for the Democrat Presidential nomination two or three times and was never able to get more than 1% of his own party's vote.
Obama said back in late 2008, judge me by the people I surround myself with.
All I have seen in the past 5 1/2 years is an incompetent administration with way too many liars.
The GOP can keep having wet dreams, but this isn't going to happen.
Obama will be in the White House until Hillary Clinton or another Democrat takes his place.
Deal with it.