Obama Responds to Calls For His Impeachment: “Really? For What?”
There have been some very loud calls lately for Obama’s impeachment, including from that ever-present thorn in his side, Sarah Palin, which apparently is confusing to our constitutional scholar president. Maybe it’s because they forgot to use really big words and write it out in crayon for him, so it would be easy to understand.
The president spent much of his address in Austin, Texas, hammering congressional Republicans, saying they have “blocked or voted down every serious idea to strengthen the middle class.”
“I’m just telling the truth now,” Obama said. “I don’t have to run for office again so I can just let her rip.”
He teed off on Republicans such as Sarah Palin who have suggested in recent days that he be impeached, and dismissed Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) proposed lawsuit over his executive actions.
“‘Sue him! Impeach him!’ Really? For what? You’re going to sue me for doing my job?” Obama said. “I mean think about that – you’re going to use taxpayer money to sue me for doing my job, while you don’t do your job? Huh.”
The fact that Obama is facilitating an invasion of our country by illegal immigrants could be one reason, or that whole Benghazi thing, or his numerous abuses of power, or how about the overall lawlessness of his administration? It’s a long list, Barry — where do you want us to start? Are you really confused, or do you just think you’re that untouchable?
Facebook62.5kTwitter77Email1 Considering how often we see horrific stories of animals being abused and murdered by sadistic monsters, it’s a nice break to see the often unnoticed acts of kindness towards...Read More
FacebookTwitterEmail This is how “nurses” act? The kind, gentle folks of the California Nurses Association are seen in this video
FacebookTwitterEmail On November 5 on CNN, Florida Governor Charlie Crist told Wolf Blitzer that he didn’t back the $787 billion
FacebookTwitterEmail The Dodd—Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, sarcastically known as Dodd-Frankery and Dodd-Frankenstein, was passed into law