Should Obama be impeached due to Beng...

Should Obama be impeached due to Benghazi, IRS scandal AP wiretapping?

Created by Curious in Columbus on May 19, 2013

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#144 May 28, 2013
They cannot kill a spook wrote:
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So a bill passed only by communist infiltrators and signed by a marxist token of George Soros is good in your sick mind. As for the supreme court I don't trust any of them other than Thomas. The rest do what they feel not what is in the constitution and founding intent.
Read my above post. If you can't understand try reading the writings of Dr. Walter E. Williams phd.
Again--where do you see an impeachable offense?

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#145 May 28, 2013
Pamela wrote:
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Lying to the American people repeatedly on numerous topics. Obama has blood on his hands due to his many lies, unlike Nixon or Bill Clinton.
Obama needs to be sent back to where he belongs.
Setting aside the implications of your "back to where he belongs" remark, surely you understand that impeachment requires SPECIFICS.

Broad statements such as "lying to the American people repeatedly on numerous topics" don't add up to much--however satisfying you may find that sort of rhetoric.

Provide some specific instance where you believe that impeachable offenses have occured.

Impeachment is not a popularity contest, or a way around the election process. It requires specific grounds and response to narrowly defined situations.

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#146 May 28, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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keep being jealous douche bag.
If I were Glitter, I would take your rant as a complement.
your words above prove you have ZERO substance.
PS: you could NOT afford a house in her neighborhood. Lewis Center is no trailer park. It is June Cleavor headquarters for families earning triple the national average.
I'm sure Glitter appreciates you revealing where she lives--NOT!

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#147 May 28, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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The Tea Party and Christians were not able to get out the vote ...
You mean like cancelling Sunday early voting so that black churches could not organize buses to go vote after Sunday services?

Oh, wait. That was the Repubs, wasn't it?

Look--I'm willing to give you that some folks at the IRS messed up big time in the way that they identified 501(c)(4) applications that might be going over the edge from "primarily" oriented toward socially good endeavors into primarily partisan politics. But there remain some key questions to be asked. Such as, were any groups denied status? How many? And if these groups were "primarily" non-partisan-politics oriented, then how can you claim that denying them status (or even slowing the process) was responsible for stealing an election?

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#148 May 28, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
Nixon attempted to bug the democrat headquarters and eventually was removed.
Obama directed the IRS to suppress the White Conservative Vote (Tea Party, Conservative Christians) and was successful.
See--in Nixon's case, after he had thrown almost everybody else under the bus, he was the one left holding the smoking gun.

Now, at this point, you may well believe that Obama directed the IRS to suppress the White Conservative Vote--but I haven't seen any evidence of it. Wrongdoing, very possible, at the level of some bureacrats in Cinci. But at this point it is completely unclear if they were politically motivated or just foolishly expedient. And as far as there ever having been any order from the White House--well, I haven't seen anything yet to convince me that this was the case.

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#149 May 28, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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See--in Nixon's case, after he had thrown almost everybody else under the bus, he was the one left holding the smoking gun.
Now, at this point, you may well believe that Obama directed the IRS to suppress the White Conservative Vote--but I haven't seen any evidence of it. Wrongdoing, very possible, at the level of some bureacrats in Cinci. But at this point it is completely unclear if they were politically motivated or just foolishly expedient. And as far as there ever having been any order from the White House--well, I haven't seen anything yet to convince me that this was the case.
Nixon didn't even know about the break-in until the crew was arrested. Mitchell was the one who approved the plan.
What sank Nixon was two-fold...not jettisoning everyone the day after the 1972 election, and the idiotic Oval Office taping.
BTW, I was unaware that Lois Lerner worked out of the Cincinnati office.../sarc. Perhaps you could explain why she felt the need to take the Fifth if the monkey business was confined to regional peons.

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The IRS is easy to demonize, but it doesn't exist in a vacuum. It got its heading from a president, and his party, who did in fact send it orders—openly, for the world to see. In his Tuesday press grilling, no question agitated White House Press Secretary Jay Carney more than the one that got to the heart of the matter: Given the president's "animosity" toward Citizens United, might he have "appreciated or wanted the IRS to be looking and scrutinizing those ..." Mr. Carney cut off the reporter with "That's a preposterous assertion."

Preposterous because, according to Mr. Obama, he is "outraged" and "angry" that the IRS looked into the very groups and individuals that he spent years claiming were shady, undemocratic, even lawbreaking. After all, he expects the IRS to "operate with absolute integrity." Even when he does not.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...

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#150 May 28, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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I'm sure Glitter appreciates you revealing where she lives--NOT!
Yes, Lewis Center is an itsy bitsy geographical area, I'm terrified someone gonna get me. I have revealed that I live in the Polaris area.

-Clayton Bigsby

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#151 May 28, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, Lewis Center is an itsy bitsy geographical area, I'm terrified someone gonna get me. I have revealed that I live in the Polaris area.
Reader is frantically Googling the Delaware County auditor's site hunting for you...

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#152 May 28, 2013
Hey, if someone figures out where I live, please send me pizza(s). I'm semi-vegan; please make veggies, no pepperoni...absolutely not.
Oliver Canterberry

Chillicothe, OH

#153 May 28, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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See--in Nixon's case, after he had thrown almost everybody else under the bus, he was the one left holding the smoking gun.
Now, at this point, you may well believe that Obama directed the IRS to suppress the White Conservative Vote--but I haven't seen any evidence of it. Wrongdoing, very possible, at the level of some bureacrats in Cinci. But at this point it is completely unclear if they were politically motivated or just foolishly expedient. And as far as there ever having been any order from the White House--well, I haven't seen anything yet to convince me that this was the case.
There is no amount of evidence that would convince you to change your opinion of any Black Man other than Ken Blackwell or Hermann Cain.

In your efforts to be "fair" to non-Whites and non-Christians you have completely lost balance.

However, in regards to Obama, you are left with only two choices:

Either Obama is lying again (that he didn't know about Benghazi, IRS, AP wiretapping) or

Obama is so out of touch that he didn't know, making him incompetent.

-Clayton Bigsby

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#154 May 28, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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There is no amount of evidence that would convince you to change your opinion of any Black Man other than Ken Blackwell or Hermann Cain.
In your efforts to be "fair" to non-Whites and non-Christians you have completely lost balance.
You lost me there. I believe that roughly 20% of American blacks, regardless of income or party politics are good, decent people.

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#155 May 28, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
Hey, if someone figures out where I live, please send me pizza(s). I'm semi-vegan; please make veggies, no pepperoni...absolutely not.
The pizza guy knows where everyone lives, don't cha know?

thin or thick crust?

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#156 May 28, 2013
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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The pizza guy knows where everyone lives, don't cha know?
thin or thick crust?
If it's free, Sir, I could care less about thickness, as long as I have extra sausage...oh, I meant sauce.

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#157 May 28, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>If it's free, Sir, I could care less about thickness, as long as I have extra sausage...oh, I meant sauce.
Extra thick sausage jokes eh?

to easy
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#158 May 28, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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honestly if the man child is fully discredited in shame, having him live in mockery is a worse sentence than death.
my opinion.
100's of books written about the crocked administration that almost destroyed America to teach for hundreds of years.
The Obama administration has educated the public in thug politics and paybacks, while exposing unions for adding in corrupt policies.
Absolutely every item this man has touched needs examined by law, and charges imposed for each and every one.
I can't count exactly, but do you have any idea of the number of times Obama broke constitutional law?
He swore to protect, what nobody seems to care he breaks so often you can't count the times.
Somebody was drinking at lunch.
Oliver Canterberry

Chillicothe, OH

#159 May 28, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>You lost me there. I believe that roughly 20% of American blacks, regardless of income or party politics are good, decent people.
Agree.

I responded to Reader in haste, I would restate that nothing could make Reader disagree with a liberal Black no matter how despicable (Jeremiah Wright), however she has no use for any conservative Blacks such as a Hermann Cain, Ken Blackwell, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Clarence Thomas, J.C. Watts, Armstrong Williams.

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#160 May 28, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
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BTW, I was unaware that Lois Lerner worked out of the Cincinnati office.../sarc. Perhaps you could explain why she felt the need to take the Fifth if the monkey business was confined to regional peons.
Because there are folks running around hot to levy criminal charges. Any attorney who would allow their client to speak anywhere but in court should be sued for malpractice.

George Zimmerman would be in a much better position right now had he invoked his right to remain silent immediately, instead of chatting up all the cops, under oath and in front of video cameras--not to mention natioinal television. Now he has the problem of having to justify all those different versions of what happened with each other, not to mention the evidence.

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#161 May 28, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>The IRS is easy to demonize, but it doesn't exist in a vacuum. It got its heading from a president, and his party, who did in fact send it orders—openly, for the world to see.
And what, "in fact" supports this theory?

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#162 May 28, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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There is no amount of evidence that would convince you to change your opinion of any Black Man other than Ken Blackwell or Hermann Cain.
In your efforts to be "fair" to non-Whites and non-Christians you have completely lost balance.
However, in regards to Obama, you are left with only two choices:
Either Obama is lying again (that he didn't know about Benghazi, IRS, AP wiretapping) or
Obama is so out of touch that he didn't know, making him incompetent.
Sooo, the evidence to support your theory is ...?

-Clayton Bigsby

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#163 May 28, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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Agree.
I responded to Reader in haste, I would restate that nothing could make Reader disagree with a liberal Black no matter how despicable (Jeremiah Wright), however she has no use for any conservative Blacks such as a Hermann Cain, Ken Blackwell, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Clarence Thomas, J.C. Watts, Armstrong Williams.
Ahhh...understood.

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