Thursday, June 19, 2014
Obama Impeachment Idea Suggests Idiocratic Rule
I just received an email from former congressman Allen West, who is looking to impeach Obama. Obama is not the problem, and impeachment is not the solution. America's problems are deep, and they stem from government bloat, money printing, and special interests ranging from the food, banking, and healthcare lobbies to the government-union and environmentalist lobbies. The problems result from too much regulation, too much spending, too much government suppression, too much subsidization of the rich, too high taxes, too many government programs, and too much public greed.
Both parties are at fault. Impeachment would be a diversion, not only because the Democratic Senate will never find Obama guilty of anything but also because impeachment will not solve a thing. The Republicans are as socialist as the Democrats.
I just wrote a report on North Dakota, and North Dakota's Republican history is largely one of a big-government Republican Party led by what was called the Nonpartisan League, a spinoff of the state's Socialist Party that came to dominate state politics and the state's Republican Party until the 1950s. The claim that the Republican Party is the party of small government is so far from reality that its existence reminds me of the Mike Judge film, Idiocracy.
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GOP Congressman Lou Barletta just announced that he thinks there may be enough "yes" votes in the House of Representatives to impeach Barack Obama!
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Make no mistake – Obama is ignoring the Constitution, our laws, and the system of checks and balances that safeguard this country.
He's committed high crimes and misdemeanors and it's time to kick him out of office.
Are you with me?