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Thursday, November 20, 2014

8:00 PM tonight Barry declares amnesty.






Tonight Barry by his own admission, and videos to prove it, will break the law exceeding his authority as POTUS to grant amnesty. He will not only bypass Congress but completely disregard the will of American people. The last poll results indicated 74% are against blanket amnesty. Rest assured after tonight Barry will be walking on very thin ice. Especially when you take into account all the other scandals he's involved in.

So where do we go from here?

1. The Supreme Court

I don't know how he's going to convince them this is legit but stranger things have happened. All they would have to do is watch the videos. Barry claimed, "I'm a constitutional lawyer and I don't have the authority to act on my own to grant amnesty." He said it like a twenty times. Pretty open and shut. So who waved the magic wand?

The problem with the SC they seldom fast track anything. It'll be forever before they render a decision. Not to mention who knows what Benedict Roberts may do if it should come down to a tight verdict?


2. Impeachment

Barry thinks he's going to ram amnesty down the GOP's throat like he did ObamaCare. Not this time. The House could get the ball rolling but it's not going to be any easy feat.

As far as the dumbasses in the Democratic senate go they can't even pass Keystone and sure as hell won't vote to impeach Barry. However, January 2015 the GOP owns Congress. Taking this into account and the 74% who are against amnesty could be a petty formidable force. But there are roadblocks. The MSM. You have to remember there are no Woodward's or Bernstein's today. They'll do everything in their power to keep Barry in the WH.

Another major hurdle, and God this one pains me, Joe Biden is now POTUS. No one, including some Democrats, is going to be elated over that. But we can't look at Joe as Barry's "insurance policy" against impeachment. We can't allow this to deter us from the letter of the law. The president, after Barry is gone, is governed by the Constitution whether we like it or not. It doesn't say ...you can't get rid of a conniving liar because his replacement is a brain dead turnip. It is what it is.


Article II of the United States Constitution (Section 4) states that "The President, Vice President, and all civil Officers of the United States shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery,or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors."

Did Barry commit Treason.  Treason/Trickery is a form of betrayal. Did he or did he not wait until after the election to declare amnesty?

 Bribery can't say for sure about that one.

High Crimes and Misdemeanors? Just was does that encompass?

The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors covers allegations of misconduct peculiar to officials, such as perjury of oath, abuse of authority, bribery, intimidation, misuse of assets, failure to supervise, dereliction of duty, conduct unbecoming, and refusal to obey a lawful order. Offenses by officials also include ordinary crimes, but perhaps with different standards of proof and punishment than for nonofficials, on the grounds that more is expected of officials by their oaths of office.

Hell...this reads like Barry's life story! 

But then we have this to contend with...


The power of Congress is the ultimate weapon against officials of the federal government, and is a fundamental component of the constitutional system of “checks and balances.” In impeachment proceedings, the House of Representatives charges an official by approving, by majority vote, articles of impeachment. A committee of representatives, called “managers,” acts as prosecutors before the Senate. The Senate Chamber serves as the courtroom. The Senate becomes jury and judge, except in the case of presidential impeachment trials when the chief justice of the United States presides. The Constitution requires a two-thirds vote of the Senate to convict, and the penalty for an impeached official is removal from office. In some cases, disqualification from holding future offices is also imposed. There is no appeal.

Barry's toast in the House. But are we going to get 67 votes in the Senate? We have 53 Republican senators going into 2015, 54 if Landrieu goes down in flames, which is highly anticipated. So 13 Democrats have got to cross the line and vote for impeachment. Will they? 

It depends on how much they value their job when confronted with the distain and contempt of the America people tonight once Barry breaks his oath of office decreeing amnesty. 

The scary thing... if he gets away with this it sets a new precedent. What else will he mandate by Executive Order?







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