A battle over right or wrong
@VST wrote: "This impeachment nonsense is all coming from the White House
and the DNC."How long has Sarah Palin been a member of the DNC?
I must have missed that press release.
What a scam. The house impeaches, the senate convicts. Does anyone really
believe the Democrat controlled Senate would convict. Look what happened with
Clinton. Does anyone even remember Clinton was impeached. I am a Republican
and I am embarrassed at the direction the tea party is taking us. The left
wanted to impeach Bush and it went nowhere. Every president has made recess
appointments, used executive powers and selectively enforced laws. The right is
blinded by their hate for Obama. I wish the party would return to the values of
Reagan. Speak no ill of fellow Republicans and bi-partisanship. By the way
what was Bush's approval rating when he left office.
Republicans keep pointing to BO's approval ratings (about 40%)but fail to
mention they're still much higher than theirs. Hypocrisy, hate, bigotry,
stonewalling, and exclusivity won't win many hearts or minds.
@OneWifeOnly, there is a big difference between law enforcement not being able
to catch everyone who does the littlest thing wrong and the president directing
the Department of Justice to "selectively" enforce certain laws, or use
some other excuse to ignore a law he doesn't agree with.
"Democrats have million-dollar day on impeachment"Where do
Republicans find the geniuses they elect into office?
What else do Democrats have to run on with the exception of made up stories.
The President or the Senate certainly can't run on their record.In
addition, with the world in a state of turmoil and the President incapable of
saying or doing anything that makes any sense, I guess one would expect him to
try and deflect the criticism rather than to actually do something. I guess he
could blame his inaction on Bush.
Everyone who exceeded the speed limit on his/her way to work and did not get a
ticket experienced the problem our government has with trying to enforce ALL
laws.The fact that congress has decided to sue the president for failing
to enforce U.S. law is laughable. To open impeachment proceedings is something
every late night talk show host is praying for.If the Republicans want to
get my attention, my vote or my money they need to start doing something besides
fund raise and Obama-hate.I notice also, the article said Democrats
received 74,000 first-time doners and the average donation is just $19. Every
time a voter makes a political contribution they are voting with their
pocketbooks and that will translate to voting at the booth in November. This is
what the Republicans need to be afraid of. Now would someone publish
the stats on Republican donations/doners? My guess is (a) hard to do because of
the secrecy behind 501(c)3 and (b) average donation will be significantly higher
than $19. There are plenty of reputable websites that publish campaign
donations/spending and it looks like Republicans are outraising Democrats by
about 100 million dollars so far in 2014.
dem donors sure are easy to manipulate, the DNC is definitely taking advantage
of them. hopefully they drain them a bit before the congressional elections
The talk about impeachment is coming only from Democrats (per John Boehner).
Really? Didn't know Sarah Palin, et. al were Democrats. While mainstream
Republicans grimace at the kooky right wing's kooky ideas, it's hard
to deny what is right there in print.