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Would Impeachment Process Hurt GOP in November?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by righteousdude2, Jul 27, 2014.

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  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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    It is my opinion, and more so now that a top WH aide spoke out about the possibility be close at hand, that the GOP could hurt their chances of picking up seats in November with an Impeachment. What do you think?
     
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    By all means Obama's many crimes should go unpunished so the republicans can win a few seats.

    That way the republicans can sit firmly in their newly won seats knowing the precedent they just set by not impeaching Obama will allow them to commit fraud and other crimes against the United States with impunity.

    So much for the republicans being "tough on crime" huh?

    "We're tough on crime unless we might lose a few seats over bringing criminals to justice". <--- link
     
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    What would they charge him with?
     
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    Well in the Military it is a crime to be AWOL, and he is our CIC. Not to mention his trampling on the constitution.
     
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    Seems like the POTUS is suppose to be the one making sure all our laws are being enforced to.
     
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    RD, I will be glad to actually answer your question.
    Yes, it is possible the GOP could be hurt - especially how the media would spin it. And I'm sure they would play the race card.
     
  7. poncho

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    The GOP as we used to say back in high school "ain't got the berries".

    They're more concerned with continuing their political careers than upholding the law.
     
  8. church mouse guy

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    Yeah, why are we even thinking about this? It is what the Democrats want because they already accuse the GOP of being racists. This would be the proof if the GOP tried to impeach and convict the first 1/2 black President.
     
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    1/2 black? Does that mean the democrats are only 1/2 right about the republicans then?

    I was starting to think the democrats might have had a point seeing as how the republicans and their neocon handlers have only gone around killing brown people up till the point they showed how eager they are to kill white people in Russia as well.

    Now I just think the republicans and democrats and their neocon handlers just want to kill everyone.

    I know, I know it's all the libertarians fault for sticking to their principles. Unlike the democrats and republicans that find principles just get in the way of their respective agendas
     
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    Of course even mentioning that Obama is a mulato is racist in itself.

    I was confused for a moment - I thought I heard something after your post - but it appeared to be just some sound.
     
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    What if God put O'Bama there for His purposes?
     
  12. Revmitchell

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    What if God simply allowed Obama to be there due to the sinfulness of the hearts of men.
     
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    Exactly, so I'll not rail against His purposes.
     
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    Uh, God allowing it in no way establishes His purposes. Also this country was founded on the principle of "railing" against bad and evil leaders.
     
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    So Jesus didnt put king O'Bama in power? "He builds and tears down..."
     
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    Allowing something to happen and causing something to happen are two different things. God allowed Lenin to take over Russia but God did not put Lenin in power.
     
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    Why is it liberals and charimatics (in this case both) have such a hard time applying scripture correctly?

    Obama is not a King (as much as he would like to be) he does not have absolute rule and has no right to the office of President outside of the vote of the people. This is not so with Kings.

    If you do not like criticism of the President you live in the wrong country and are on the wrong board. You are welcome to avoid any such posts.
     
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    Good point.

    I happen to catch a rerun of Ben Shapiro discussing his new book The People vs. Barack Obama on C-Span. I am linking the program below. Shapiro says that Obama, Hillary and Holder, among others, are guilty of criminal activity.

    http://www.c-span.org/video/?320392-1/book-discussion-people-vs-barack-obama
     
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