Oh my, you were really looking for mental help. Ok here your go about Obama.<quoted text>
Two out of three ain't bad.
1 you didn't call me a liberal dipshit, thanx
2 you changed the subject
3 you DID NOT put forth an answer to my question.
So in rebuttal,
I say unto you Mr/Ms LeJimbo you have nothing. You complain simply to complain.
Obama is 50 times better then our last president, who as you may remember was a Republican. The president before him was a Democrat.
My life did better under Clinton then W and I am now doing better the. I was 6 years ago.
Vote republican if you must. But their policies WILL hurt America. There is plenty of evidence of that from our last republican pres.
Romney is even dumber then W .
No way he wins.
Cry all you want.
What Are the Impeachable Offenses for a U.S. President?
By Tarisa Anderson Williams, eHow Contributor
Impeachable offenses can cause a president to be removed from office.
Impeachment is the process that enables a legislative body to remove a public official from office. The president of the United States is subject to impeachment if he commits certain offenses. Impeachment proceedings begin with an indictment and end with a trial to determine guilt or innocence. Impeachable offenses are treason, bribery and high crimes and misdemeanors.
o According the U.S. Code, treason involves a person who has sworn allegiance to the country, yet levies war against the U.S. A person who adheres to enemies and aids them inside or outside of the U.S. have committed treason. Treason can be punishable by death as well as imprisonment.( When pushed to the limit, I will side with the Muslims)
Bribery (Obama Care)
o Bribery is the act of promising, giving, receiving or agreeing to receive money or some other item of value with the aim of influencing a public official in discharge of his official duties. Even if an official does not follow through with a bribe, he can still be accused and tried for the crime.
High Crimes and Misdemeanors
o The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors usually applies to an array of offenses. Misuse of office and improper conduct can be seen as reasons for impeachment. Because the House of Representatives conducts the indictment of the president, it must determine whether the offense fits under this category. Johnson and Clinton were impeached under these circumstances. However, both presidents were acquitted after a trial.(Ignoring the laws and the Constitution of the United States)
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