Groups plan rallies for impeachment a...

Groups plan rallies for impeachment around state

There are 223 comments on the West Virginia Metro story from Aug 2, 2013, titled Groups plan rallies for impeachment around state. In it, West Virginia Metro reports that:

A national movement aimed at removing President Obama from office is underway. This weekend and next week across America demonstrations termed "Overpasses for Impeachment" are set.

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capitalist pig

Beckley, WV

#133 Aug 25, 2013
Lesson Learned wrote:
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If France can do it with a much smaller population then why can't we do it here? No doubt some changes need to be made to Obamacare...and to Medicare but that could be as simple as either raising the tax rate or the cap on taxable income. As long as our representatives stand around and wring their hands and whine there's nothing can be done then nothing will be done.
Taxes are not used to reelect anyone unless they forego contributions and I don't think anyone is doing that now that the rightwing Supreme Court has ruled there is no cap on how much can be contributed to a candidate.
BTW, in France they are guaranteed by the government 35 paid days off from work each year. Guess how many we have in this country....zero, unless you happen to belong to a union.
Sorry, but you simply dont have a clue.

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#134 Aug 25, 2013
I don't have a clue? Other countries can have national healthcare, including our next door neighbor Canada, but the United States of America can't figure out how to do it? Are you kidding? We have SS and Medicare for old people, and Medicaid for poor people so why can't we have national healthcare so that everyone has access and so that everyone pays for it? I believe because some people fear that their access to healthcare will be impeded if everyone has it. That's like my rightwing relatives wanting Obamacare benefits for their children but not for others. If there's a different reason let's hear it.
Arthur

United States

#135 Aug 25, 2013
We could easily do it. It isnt hard. Problem is we have politicians that care more about funding the war machine and giving away our money to countries that hate us than they care about helping the citizens of America, the people who pay for the above. If you think it cant be done here in America, you are the one who doesnt have a clue.
capitalist pig

Beckley, WV

#136 Aug 25, 2013
Lesson Learned wrote:
I don't have a clue? Other countries can have national healthcare, including our next door neighbor Canada, but the United States of America can't figure out how to do it? Are you kidding? We have SS and Medicare for old people, and Medicaid for poor people so why can't we have national healthcare so that everyone has access and so that everyone pays for it? I believe because some people fear that their access to healthcare will be impeded if everyone has it. That's like my rightwing relatives wanting Obamacare benefits for their children but not for others. If there's a different reason let's hear it.
Like I said, sounds like your relatives should run for congress.
In this country, we simply are not willing to raise taxes enough to pay for national healthcare. The numbers for Obamacare just do not add up and math does not lie and has no political party. Canada is not a good example, since as I already noted, wealthy Canadians come here for healthcare and they have long waits for medical procedures. And as I posted earlier, the democaratic socialist nations of Europe appear to actually spend the tax dollars on their citizens.
Arthur

United States

#137 Aug 25, 2013
capitalist pig wrote:
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Like I said, sounds like your relatives should run for congress.
In this country, we simply are not willing to raise taxes enough to pay for national healthcare. The numbers for Obamacare just do not add up and math does not lie and has no political party. Canada is not a good example, since as I already noted, wealthy Canadians come here for healthcare and they have long waits for medical procedures. And as I posted earlier, the democaratic socialist nations of Europe appear to actually spend the tax dollars on their citizens.
We dont need to raise taxes, just adjust our spending priorities. We give away 50 BILLION dollars just in foreign aid. That plus the massive amounts we spend on wars and the military machine would easily pay for excellent health care for all our citizens. The government wants you to think we cant afford it, but it just isnt true.
capitalist pig

Beckley, WV

#138 Aug 25, 2013
I don't disagree, but that is never going to happen. The politicians like to act like one group represents wall street and one group represents main street; but the truth is there is only one street in US politics and that is K street.
truejustice

Beckley, WV

#139 Aug 26, 2013
Lesson Learned wrote:
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OMGoodness, I'm not in favor of kicking anyone out of the USA, or out of our political process. Both parties go to extremes from time to time but they always find their way back to the middle. That's what we do here in America...land of the free. Liberals are good, conservatives are good, working together we are better. Our government can't do without either.
They are the ones always threating to succeed from the US. I say offer them all free uhaul trucks.Thats the point I was trying to get to.
truejustice

Beckley, WV

#140 Aug 26, 2013
LL,
At least I didn't take a page out of the gop playbook and suggest an electrified fence. We can start with a double fence around Texas and electrify the inside one only when they try to return to the US side.DAMN ILLEGAL tpers
the one

United States

#141 Aug 26, 2013
When did this happen ??
questions

United States

#142 Aug 27, 2013
When did this happen? Is it done?
inyourfacewithch esse

Parkersburg, WV

#143 Aug 27, 2013
Unfortunately when the Constitution was written there weren't Islamist extremist. Now we have to adjust during these trying times. Whatever it takes to keep our country and our people safe.
inyourfacewithch esse

Parkersburg, WV

#144 Aug 27, 2013
What a bunch of numb skulls. The girls need to get back to cookin and a cleanin. Probably know nothing of the bill of rights or even yet who our governor is.
inyourfacewithch esse

Parkersburg, WV

#145 Aug 27, 2013
What do you get when ya cross 2 blondes with a brunet? The three stooges. LMAO......
Arthur

United States

#146 Aug 27, 2013
inyourfacewithchesse wrote:
Unfortunately when the Constitution was written there weren't Islamist extremist. Now we have to adjust during these trying times. Whatever it takes to keep our country and our people safe.
You are a coward and a traitor to freedom.
Those that would trade liberty for temporary security deserve NEITHER.~Ben Franklin
joey

United States

#147 Aug 27, 2013
The muslims have been around since before the crusades, which happened well before our constitution was ever thought of so nothing has changed
the bigger picture

Summersville, WV

#148 Aug 28, 2013
The First Barbary War (1801–1805), also known as the Tripolitan War or the Barbary Coast War, was the first of two wars fought between the United States and the Northwest African Berber Muslim states known collectively as the Barbary States. These were Tripoli and Algiers, which were quasi-independent entities nominally belonging to the Ottoman Empire, and the independent Sultanate of Morocco.
Barbary corsairs and crews from the North African Ottoman provinces of Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli and the independent Sultanate of Morocco under the Alaouite Dynasty (the Barbary Coast) were the scourge of the Mediterranean.[2] Capturing merchant ships and enslaving or ransoming their crews provided the Muslim rulers of these nations with wealth and naval power. The Roman Catholic Trinitarian Order or Order of "Mathurins" had operated from France for centuries with the special mission of collecting and disbursing funds for the relief and ransom of prisoners of Mediterranean pirates.

Barbary corsairs led attacks upon American merchant shipping in an attempt to extort ransom for the lives of captured sailors, and ultimately tribute from the United States to avoid further attacks, much like their standard operating procedure with the various European states.[3] Before the Treaty of Paris, which formalized United States’s independence from Great Britain, U.S. shipping was protected by France during the Revolutionary years under the Treaty of Alliance (1778–83). Although the treaty does not mention the Barbary States in name, it refers to common enemies between both the U.S. and France, which would include the Barbary States or pirates in general. As such, piracy against U.S. shipping only began to occur after the end of the American Revolution, when the U.S. government lost its protection under the Treaty of Alliance
I do not agree with us invading anymore countries, we have enough problems at home. But here is a quick history lesson for INYOURFACE etc.
Arthur

United States

#149 Aug 28, 2013
Obama said before being elected and I quote "The president does NOT have the power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation"

Biden said that if GWB attacked Iran without Congressional approval he should be impeached.

Think Obama will ask for Congressional approval before attacking Syria? Not likely, he is above the law.

One more thing, Assad didnt even do it and they know it, the rebels did, it just makes a good excuse to feed the war machine. Then when Assad falls and terrorists take over, they assure future long term contracts when we have to fight the same people who we are helping now. No worries about costs though, they plan to lay off a few more thousand American workers to pay for it.
Impeach

Berkeley Springs, WV

#150 Sep 2, 2013
Dhimmitude look it up its used in page 107 of the obamacare bill. Only if you're a Muslim then you won't be pissed. If you're a non Muslim tax paying American you will decide then and there to impeach this mother f**ker
thewayitis

Beckley, WV

#151 Sep 2, 2013
The Brits have what is known as "the bush syndrome". They are afraid of getting snookered again. Bush lost them as an ally for the Americans. Thanks George! George Bush did more damage than most people realize. I guess I should thank the supreme court also!
hmmm

Hansford, WV

#152 Sep 2, 2013
thewayitis wrote:
The Brits have what is known as "the bush syndrome". They are afraid of getting snookered again. Bush lost them as an ally for the Americans. Thanks George! George Bush did more damage than most people realize. I guess I should thank the supreme court also!
Lol when all else fails, blame the guy that's been out of office for 5 years

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