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Obama on Verge of ‘Impeachable Offenses’

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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 06:59 AM
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xavi1000
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Milions of souls in US and across the World are still suffering and crying from Bush jr and his buddies neocons actions. And that is the truth and pure fact. Bush and his buddies neocons damaged GOP to the verge of extinction.They have their last chance with Ron Paul but they blew it .They choose that corporate whore Romney.No turning back now.Obama won the elections , let him do the Obamacare or whatever .Thats the will of the majority of people.


Don't be silly. obama is bush on crack and steroids and Preparation H.

For my own part I do not speak to individuals - only to the systems they represent and stand for.

And you probably didn't even know that the so-called neo-cons are all Trotsky(ite) Liberals dressed up in right wing disguises. In other words all those super "right wing" conservatives are all LEFT WING COMMUNIST in their political orientation. They 'converted' so as not to be recognized, sorta like a Marrano Jew. Let's call them "Crypto Commies."


I know you'll find that hard to digest so for the low-down go here please ---> NeoConservatism - Where Trotsky Meets Stalin & Hitler
By Srdja Trifkovic Chronicles Magazine 8-3-3
First paragraph

The neoconservatives are often depicted as former Trotskyites who have morphed into a new, closely related life form. It is pointed out that many early neocons -- including The Public Interest founder Irving Kristol and coeditor Nathan Glazer, Sidney Hook, and Albert Wohlstetter -- belonged to the anti-Stalinist far left in the late 1930s and early 1940s, and that their successors, including Joshua Muravchik, and Carl Gershman, came to neoconservatism through the Socialist Party at a time when it was Trotskyite in outlook and politics. As early as 1963 Richard Hofstadter commented on the progression of many ex-Communists from the paranoid left to the paranoid right, clinging all the while to the fundamentally Manichean psychology that underlies both. Four decades later the dominant strain of neoconservatism is declared to be a mixture of geopolitical militarism and "inverted socialist internationalism."


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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 07:12 AM
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Zaphod58
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Oh, I agree that there are things that he can be impeached for, but to use spending, and fear mongering is just laughable considering the tactics used by every politician in Washington.

Personally, I want to see all of Washington impeached, and start all over again.
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I have been seeing and hearing this sentiment. Its got a problem though. Its still a blame Bush and shotgun blast at all politicians which amounts to nothing.

What we need to do is take one moron at a time. One administration at a time. Mixing Bush and Obama together is looking more and more like a deflection technique.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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Logarock

Zaphod58
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Oh, I agree that there are things that he can be impeached for, but to use spending, and fear mongering is just laughable considering the tactics used by every politician in Washington.
Personally, I want to see all of Washington impeached, and start all over again.
edit on 10/15/2013 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)

I have been seeing and hearing this sentiment. Its got a problem though. Its still a blame Bush and shotgun blast at all politicians which amounts to nothing.
What we need to do is take one moron at a time. One administration at a time. Mixing Bush and Obama together is looking more and more like a deflection technique.


Yea sure: what really sets them (GWB + BHO) apart are the facts that GWB is far more intelligent that BHO; more refined in his political discourse; more articulate; better prepared, and able to spontaneously respond to situations and events; has superior powers of memory i.e., (not in need of teleprompters) and he's better looking than BHO. Last and not the least - he got the job done and didn't waffle or wimp out every time he was confronted with a crisis.


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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 07:41 AM
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Ok then. Keep swinging at Bush but you probably wont hit Barry.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 07:57 AM
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Logarock
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Ok then. Keep swinging at Bush but you probably wont hit Barry.


Some here are like depleted uranium - dense and dangerous. Or is it just time to brush up on your rhetorical skills - assuming, of course, that you might have studied grammar in elementary school?

BTW - it was all true


sar·don·ic - särˈdänik/- adjective -: sardonic

1. grimly mocking or cynical. "Starkey attempted a sardonic smile"
synonyms: mocking, satirical, sarcastic, ironical, ironic;

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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:10 AM
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:10 AM
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OrphanApology
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. The puppeteers pulling the string and Obama's hand signing the next bill to further the great agenda.


Oh no. He uses a robopen for that.
You can't expect him to interrupt his hard earned time off for something trivial like a 'law' can you?



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:14 AM
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Logarock
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Something Sardonic: I'm Afraid of Americans

Just what the doctor ordered - a bit of comic relief -


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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:15 AM
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Oh yes, Sarah Palin, the well known constitutional law expert.


I just can't take her seriously after she quit her job as governor in order to make more money working at Fox. As far as I can tell this is just a way to keep people talking about her. Something the more controversial political book writers like Ann Coulter do to increase sales.
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:19 AM
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The police should have arrested him the minute he added his signature to the nazi document that allowed them to murder americans abroad and/or on American soil without due process. That was such a major crime and first for a time, the judge outlawed it, but his legal team had audacity to inform that it was still taking place and finally (probably due to massive threats to her family) she caved in.

The police should have arrested him and he should have gone to prison. Already.

That that didn't happen is an extreme corruption and violation of law.

The constiution is the only thing that gives a law any empowerment, it has to stand on the constitution, if it doesnt, its unlawful and illegal. And no one has to obey it.

In actual ment, anyone who obeys their corrupt laws, even when they bend it to somehow allign to the constitution are criminals themselves. You never follow bad orders, you always tell them, in large wide awake numbers, NO and SHOVE IT and MAKE US!

Now this isn't a anti democratic thing, for Bush had such a moment when he signed a document that gave him more powers than the kings of old, right after 9/11. He should have been arrested too. Both sides same thing.

There is nothing they could say in their defense. For like Nuremberg trials, the documents are crimes, and they added their signature, so it was confession. Straight to jail. Do not pass go, do not pay 200 dollars, just go to jail.
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:38 AM
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Is Bush jr ( the worst president in US history) the last Republican president in US?

No Bush jr won't be the last Republican president. Btw he wasn't the worst president in US history. Reagan was the worst president in US history. He invented voodoo economics, cut taxes for the wealthy while raising taxes on the middle class and the poor. Our huge debt is because of him he had 18 debt ceiling increases while handing over the government to Wall Street. He attacked unions while helping to send jobs overseas. And how did he solve his immigration problem? He gave them all amnesty.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 08:45 AM
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YodHeVauHe

Logarock

Zaphod58
reply to post by sonnny1
 


Oh, I agree that there are things that he can be impeached for, but to use spending, and fear mongering is just laughable considering the tactics used by every politician in Washington.
Personally, I want to see all of Washington impeached, and start all over again.
edit on 10/15/2013 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)

I have been seeing and hearing this sentiment. Its got a problem though. Its still a blame Bush and shotgun blast at all politicians which amounts to nothing.
What we need to do is take one moron at a time. One administration at a time. Mixing Bush and Obama together is looking more and more like a deflection technique.


Yea sure: what really sets them (GWB + BHO) apart are the facts that GWB is far more intelligent that BHO; more refined in his political discourse; more articulate; better prepared, and able to spontaneously respond to situations and events; has superior powers of memory i.e., (not in need of teleprompters) and he's better looking than BHO. Last and not the least - he got the job done and didn't waffle or wimp out every time he was confronted with a crisis.


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Bush respond to events better? Just how many minutes did that idiot just sit in that classroom after being told America is under attack? Bush didn't get anything done unless you call getting two wars started on lies getting something done. The idiot couldn't even get Bin Laden. And the way he used daddy's influence to get moved to another unit so he wouldn't go to Nam shows just how he dealt with a crisis.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 09:18 AM
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The will of the people? Thats the problem with this country. Everyone still thinks its a 'Democracy'. When in fact its a Republic.

Only the brainwashed left, think they are the majority, when in fact, they are not.

I charge you to find the word in the Constitution .. Go ahead ill wait.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 10:29 AM
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First I found it *annoying*, but now I think you can't *post* without doing *that*. True?


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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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So says Sarah Palin


This could be a title of a comedy book.

Sarah Palin has said lots of stupid things...this is just another one to add to the list.


Does anyone really take this idiot seriously? I know birds of a feather and all...but there is also the fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice....what did Bush say....you can't fool me twice??? Well, I guess when you people are so stupid that they can't even get the saying correct, they will just keep getting fooled.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 10:37 AM
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Could never see this happening, the bloke could go out and shoot someone full blank in the face and people would be like OH THAT PRESIDENT OF OURS, anyone who calls for an impeachment will be called Racist and labeled a loon.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Kaploink
Oh yes, Sarah Palin, the well known constitutional law expert.


I just can't take her seriously after she quit her job as governor in order to make more money working at Fox. As far as I can tell this is just a way to keep people talking about her. Something the more controversial political book writers like Ann Coulter do to increase sales.
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Despite being a red state, there are a lot of Alaskans that don't like her solely because she stepped down.

She's better looking in person, and a bit shorter than you'd think.



posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 11:26 AM
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buster2010


Yea sure: what really sets them (GWB + BHO) apart are the facts that GWB is far more intelligent that BHO; more refined in his political discourse; more articulate; better prepared, and able to spontaneously respond to situations and events; has superior powers of memory i.e., (not in need of teleprompters) and he's better looking than BHO. Last and not the least - he got the job done and didn't waffle or wimp out every time he was confronted with a crisis.



Bush respond to events better? Just how many minutes did that idiot just sit in that classroom after being told America is under attack? Bush didn't get anything done unless you call getting two wars started on lies getting something done. The idiot couldn't even get Bin Laden. And the way he used daddy's influence to get moved to another unit so he wouldn't go to Nam shows just how he dealt with a crisis.


What Andrew Card whispered into the presidents ear that sunny afternoon was probably a verbal 'high five' indicating that it was surely "a job well done," accompanied by "... ... ... we did it Mr president, we brought the sonzabitches down, so now all I (we) want from you is to just sit there and stay calm for a little while, because there's a lot going on right now regarding the "continuity" bull#." "Pretty soon we'll have you on your AF1 headed to a nice quite place till things settle down a little."

You are so naive! Don't you know that it was all a flase flag. What have you been doing with yourself all this time. You've had over a full decade to figure it out, and you haven't even gotten past your own nose. "Where is your head at man ?" Sheeeeeeeeesh

You probably think the Apollo Missions were real too - huh?
I have to laugh !!

Incidentally - GWB was a politicians politician - BHO is a campaigners campaigner. That fact alone sets them worlds apart. Campaigners are nothing more nor less than carnival barkers.
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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Do you really believe in polls? Look at the # of people who are asked to get a result. And a result the pollster want. Very seldom if any ask more than a few thousand. If anyone wanted a true answer at least they would have 25000 to 50000 people polled.
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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 05:58 PM
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Sarah is right in that defaulting on the debt would be blatantly crooked, and it is also against the law.

However, that it really would be an impeachable offense is one of the main reasons things probably won't go that far. Another reason things probably won't go that far this time is they don't have to go that far for the super wealthy to get what they want with this latest fake budget fight sham.

What they want to do is raise interest rates on debt held by 'the little people' and major government and corporate institutions alike. They and/or their corporations are net creditors so it means suddenly they are owed more money without them even having to loan any additional money out.

So unless this is finally the time they really want to drop a nuke on the global economy, they will be fine with dropping yet another mini-nuke on the global economy. Rather than a default, that mini-nuke is, just like last time, a last minute deal followed by one or more credit rating agencies downgrading the US credit rating anyway, 'because of the uncertainty.'

The politicians can say they made a deal and beat the deadline, and blame the other party and/or the tea party reps for the whole delay. Or Obama will try to 'save the day' by refusing to make any deals but also just making the payment on the debt anyway.

Whichever variation, the bankers still get to steal a preposterous amount of money with the help of all the politicians who perpetuated the budget impasse and shutdown. They did it specifically to make this credit rating downgrade happen and thus to take more money out of the economy for themselves.



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