Impeach Obama, Or Write- Off Process Forever -Exclusive: Joseph Farah Declares, ‘Crimes He’s Committed Against Constitution Are Breathtaking’ | Obama
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The Democrats have successfully conned the Republican majority in the House – or at least the leadership – into believing they welcome it.
This is an example of counterintuitive Saul Alinsky-style disinformation at its best.
Obama preps next border actionThe Hill ^ | August 2, 2014 | Alexander BoltonPosted on 8/2/2014, 3:33:03 PM by jazusamoPresident Obama is expected to take executive action to help illegal immigrants stay in the country while Congress is away on a five-week recess, pro-immigrant advocates said Saturday.
Question for Boehner: Will you use the power of the purse to stop Obama’s executive power grabs?….. “The third option is to simply cut off his funding.If he wants to continue making law via executive edict, that’s fine; next time he comes looking for appropriations to run the government, Boehner can laugh in his face and tell him to get the money from Harry Reid. Under the circumstances, the power of the purse would operate as the impeachment process in reverse:”
Hotair ^ | 07/19/2014 | AllahPunditPosted on 7/20/2014, 8:52:16 AM by SeekAndFind
A leftover from yesterday via CNS but a fine note on which to end the week.
There are three ways the House could punish Obama the next time he decides he wants to rewrite a statutory deadline for ObamaCare or unilaterally declare war in the Middle East or amnestize a few million illegals.
They could impeach him, of course, but that’ll go nowhere in the Senate and will provoke a nasty public backlash against the GOP. That option is too hot.
They could do what Boehner’s actually doing right now, suing Obama on separation-of-powers grounds, but most legal experts think the lawsuit is doomed either because the House lacks standing or because courts don’t want to meddle in an executive/legislative scrap.
Republicans Want Obama Impeached — And John Boehner Is Trying To Stop ThemThe Bustle ^ | 7/14/14 | Seth MillsteinPosted on 7/15/2014, 9:31:02 AM by Cringing Negativism NetworkApparently, Sarah Palin still has some influence after all: Shortly after the former half-term Alaska
Governor called for President Obama’s impeachment, over two-thirds of Republicans said Obama should be impeached in a new poll.
Obama says to reform immigration on his own, bypassing CongressReuters ^ | 7/1/2014 | Jeff Mason and Steve HollandPosted on 7/1/2014, 3:20:22 PM by mojito
President Barack Obama said on Monday he would take executive action to revamp the U.S. immigration system and move additional resources to protect the border after hopes of passing broad reform legislation in Congress officially died.Republican
John Boehner, speaker of the House of Representatives, told Obama last week that his chamber would not vote on immigration reform this year, killing chances that a wide-ranging bill passed by the Senate would become law.
Independents Declaration of Mutiny… “The two-party system of American politics is already dead. No matter whose side you think is here to save you, one thing is for certain – neither party is about ideology or principle but instead the maintaining of power. “
Independents Declaration of Mutiny
The Brushfire Forum ^ | June 25, 2014 | Eric WilsonPosted on 6/30/2014, 9:58:18 AM by ChildOfThe60s
The two-party system of American politics is already dead. No matter whose side you think is here to save you, one thing is for certain – neither party is about ideology or principle but instead the maintaining of power.
Under the Democrats, government and influence will grow for social reengineering and redistribution. Under the Republicans, it will grow to promote global empires, be the social police, and prop up corporations. Regardless of which is in power, one set of people will be taking advantage of another set of people. The elections just determine which side is which.
Krauthammer: ‘A Republican Would Be Impeached for Abusing Constitution Like Obama Is’
Fox News ^ | June 26, 2014 | Fox News InsiderPosted on 6/26/2014, 8:38:46 PM by lbryceOn Thursday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that President Obama exceeded his authority with recess appointments to the National Relations Labor Board.