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Ted Cruz Statesman of the Year , Acknowledges Call for Obama Impeachment

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Columbus, OH

#1 Feb 23, 2014
http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2014/02/20/...

SARASOTA, Fla.—Later tonight, Sen. Ted Cruz will accept the fourth annual Statesman of the Year award from the Sarasota GOP. It's a fantastic gimmick, one you can't believe others haven't copied—the party gooses its usual dinner gathering by giving a popular Republican a bust of Ronald Reagan and a title he can carry wherever he goes. Shortly before 6 p.m., Cruz took a stage in a waterfront Hyatt, framed by photos of previous Statesmen: Haley Barbour, Donald Trump, and Sean Hannity.
The speech was a version of the stump Cruz has been giving to Republican crowds everywhere—an Al Gore joke, followed by a retelling of Senate battles that ended in victory (Manchin-Toomey) or defeat (Obamacare). And the crowd egged Cruz on after he described how President Obama, the "most lawless" chief executive in American history, had cut deals and ignored the mandates of the Affordable Care Act.
"What does it take to impeach him?" yelled a Republican in the crowd. The people around him erupted with applause. Cruz smiled as the din faded.
"It takes 218 votes in the House of Representatives," he said.
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Detroit, MI

#2 Feb 23, 2014
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http://www.slate.com/blogs/wei gel/2014/02/20/ted_cruz_accept s_statesman_of_the_year_award_ acknowledges_call_for_obama.ht ml
SARASOTA, Fla.—Later tonight, Sen. Ted Cruz will accept the fourth annual Statesman of the Year award from the Sarasota GOP. It's a fantastic gimmick, one you can't believe others haven't copied—the party gooses its usual dinner gathering by giving a popular Republican a bust of Ronald Reagan and a title he can carry wherever he goes. Shortly before 6 p.m., Cruz took a stage in a waterfront Hyatt, framed by photos of previous Statesmen: Haley Barbour, Donald Trump, and Sean Hannity.
The speech was a version of the stump Cruz has been giving to Republican crowds everywhere—an Al Gore joke, followed by a retelling of Senate battles that ended in victory (Manchin-Toomey) or defeat (Obamacare). And the crowd egged Cruz on after he described how President Obama, the "most lawless" chief executive in American history, had cut deals and ignored the mandates of the Affordable Care Act.
"What does it take to impeach him?" yelled a Republican in the crowd. The people around him erupted with applause. Cruz smiled as the din faded.
"It takes 218 votes in the House of Representatives," he said.
I want Obama and Eric Holder tried convicted and hung for treason. And don't cut them down leave the carcasses hand for the buzzards.
Oliver Canterberry

Columbus, OH

#3 Feb 25, 2014
Obama has done far more than Nixon ever did. Health Care lie. Refuse to enforce the boundaries and marriage protection acts. Obama has destroyed the Space Program, Army and even his sycophant ghetto Blacks that still grovel in his shadow.

Obama needs to be impeached, if only to "stain" his foul legacy.

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