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Monday, July 28, 2014

The other two thirds are brain dead

Poll: One third of Americans believe Obama should be impeached

This come on the heels of Barry voted the worse president since WW ll. 

"Nearly eight in 10 say impeachment should be reserved for high crimes and misdemeanors," Holland noted. 

OK Compare Nixon to Barry. Who come out on top when it comes to scandals?

Forget about Benghazi, forget about F&F, and all the other scandals except one. The IRS. If this doesn't qualify under "high crimes and misdemeanors" WTF does? We went from "2 rogue employees in Cincinnati" to several head honchos including Smidgen pleading the 5th. Combine this with hundreds of visits from the IRS to the WH coincidently right after the Democrats were slaughtered in the House in 2010 by the TeaParty. IRS computer hard drives have mysteriously crashed left and right because they were "infected" with the Smidgen Email Virus. But the story has changed yet again. According to the IRS information-technology experts the hard drives were only scratched. (Have you ever had a computer afflicted with a scratched hard drive?) This raises even more questions about potential criminal wrongdoing since the IRS originally told the investigating committee no data was recoverable and the physical hard drive was recycled and potentially shredded. Telling, the IRS investigating the IRS. Why did they refuse to use outside experts to recover the data? 

 What about Stedman? What has he done with this case? Nothing if you  compare it with the Trayvon Martin. What about the FBI? Weren't they supposed to contact the Teapartiers who were targeted? 

A special prosecutor should have been appointed a l-o-n-g time ago. This may go a lot deeper than anyone previously imagined. 

Maybe Pfeiffer planted a seed… but not the one he thought.  


What's the cap on phony scandals before they become real?

According to the poll, 57 percent of Republicans support an attempt to impeach the president.

According to a CNN/ORC International poll released Friday, 35 percent of Americans believe President Obama should be impeached, while the other 65 percent do not want the president to be impeached.

"Anti-impeachment sentiment is roughly where it was for past presidents – 67 percent opposed Bill Clinton's impeachment in September 1998, and 69 percent opposed impeaching George W. Bush when a few Democrats began talking about it in 2006," CNN Polling Director Keating Holland told CNN's politicalticker blog.

"One reason may be that Americans take impeachment very seriously. Only about one in five say that impeachment is a valid response if Congress is dissatisfied with a president's policies or the way he is handling his job. Nearly eight in 10 say impeachment should be reserved for high crimes and misdemeanors," Holland noted.

According to the poll, 57 percent of Republicans support an attempt to impeach the president, while only 35 percent of independents and 13 percent of Democrats support an attempt to impeach the Commander in Chief.

The New York Daily News reported Friday that House Republicans may try to impeach the president over plans to alter the immigration system. The possibility of impeachment was mentioned by senior Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer. The Daily News notes that Pfeiffer may have simply been attempting to encourage Democrats to vote in the 2014 midterm elections.

ORC International conducted telephone interviews with 1,012 adult Americans via telephone from July 18-20. The sampling error is plus or minus three percentage points.


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