James And The Giant Impeach

obama-sad-head-bowedWhile many conservatives – myself included – think impeachment proceedings against Barack Obama are a pipe dream, other people believe it is a real possibility.

People like the members of the DNC.

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) sent out a paranoid email Saturday evening urging supporters to vote for Democrats so that Republicans can’t impeach President Obama. The DNC email discussed the “I-Word” and said that “Republicans are actually excited about the idea.”

…Obama’s staff changed key talking points on the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack; his Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups during the 2012 election cycle; and Obama personally lied to the American people when he told them that they could keep their existing doctors and health insurance plans under Obamacare.

The DNC obviously thinks Republicans would bring impeachment charges if they could, but look deeper. Why would the DNC send out an e-mail to their minions if they thought the OP didn’t have a leg to stand on?

They wouldn’t. Like many people, the DNC thinks there is enough evidence to bring charges against their god-king.

10 thoughts on “James And The Giant Impeach

  1. Vicki

    But then we’re left with Joltin’ Joe Biden and who wants THAT? Look at the possible successors after that and holy cats…..

  2. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Vicki – I’d actually take that mental defective over Obama. Biden’s just stupid. Obama is malicious.

    Jim – Not without a GOP_controlled Senate, and even then, John McLame and Miss Lindsey would argue against it.

  3. realwest

    Howdy Wyatt! You said: ” Why would the DNC send out an e-mail to their minions if they thought the OP didn’t have a leg to stand on?”
    And the answer is relatively simple: get out the Democratic votes in 2014. And maybe collect some money while they are at it. In other words, SCARE the LIV who are Democrats into voting for Democratic Senators so that the nasty Republicans can’t impeach their beloved leader.
    There are no grounds for Impeachment, as far as we know. I’ll emphasize that “as far as we know” because this is the least transparent Presidential Administration since Nixon and in many respects, surpasses Nixon.

  4. metoo

    I think the DNC may have some impeachment concerns however, I agree, they want to get the vote out in 2014. Right now it looks like the GOP will keep the house and actually stands a chance at getting the senate. If, by chance impeachment proceedings were started, the dems would need a lot more seats in the House than they currently occupy.

  5. proof

    First of all, the Dems have nothing to offer but fear itself. Second, even though I believe Obama has committed impeachable acts, the country may be better served by fixing the problem rather than the blame. If we can muster a veto proof Senate, then let Obama become the lamest of ducks..on the golf course of his choice, while the adults take care of preserving the Union!

  6. Jon Brooks

    “…….to bring charges against their god king.”

    You mean Obama-Ra? The one who is greater than Neptune himself? Since only he, per his own words…”can halt the rise of the seas!”

  7. John D

    I don’t care how solid a majority the GOP wins in the Senate, Obama is never going to be impeached. It’s just as well, as far as I’m concerned. I’d rather see him spend his last two years defending the indefensible. That would further cement his place in history as the worst — and most divisive — president in US history.

  8. Mike47

    Let’s remember that the “threat” of having Joe Biteme as president was thought by many to be a strong deterrent to any idea of assassinating the current occupant of the White House. With so many impeachable offenses stacking up, the alternative may seem to many to be looking better all the time.


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