It's like the Union Spring he started with GM and Chryco: The (un)intended consequences are worse than the original problem.
Unless, it was intentional all along??Nah, that Barack HUSSEIN Obama couldn't possibly be Muslim. Oh, no. That's just wild conspiracy stuff.
He's simply anti-American.
And he was taught in anti-Americanism in Pakistan in 1982.
I don't know if he loves or resents Islam: Larry Sinclair has a point. The man is gay as a French trombone. probably his relationship is conflicted - as conflicted as his relationship to the US, to Moochelle, his Office, to everything around him. (One does not change one's name and public identity out a robust sense of personal security.)
"And he was taught in anti-Americanism in Pakistan in 1982."He was taught it by his America-hating absentee father and his America-hating bed hopping mother.
...back-seat hopping, couch hopping, park-bench hopping... Hell, you'd have thought she was a 30yo coed at Georgetown.
Comrade Obama should have been inpeached for his un-constitutional war against Libya. But the GOP House is filled with fucking cowards.The attack against WWII graves never happened under the old government.
Gary,Impeachment is not a decision of the House. It requires the active participation both Chambers. Granted, Boehner is only capable of weeping, but even if we swapped him out, we'd still need to convince your pals in the Anti-Smoking Party.
Garie is so fucking clueless about American government he thinks it was unconstitutional for us to leave Iraq because congress didn't pass a declaration of peace.
**** Impeachment is not a decision of the House. ****Ran,Only the House can vote for impeachment. Once voted for then the Senate MUST hold a trial.But the House has given away their power to the executive and the Senate.The Constitution also says the House has TOTAL control over spending because all spending bills must come from the House. But the GOP will not even adopt a spending freeze.The main point is, Republicans do not believe in the Constitution. Period. They punt the leadership ball to the Democrats and avoid responsibility.They are a bunch of fucking cowards.What is the point of being elected if you do nothing?
"The main point is, Republicans do not believe in the Constitution. Period. They punt the leadership ball to the Democrats and avoid responsibility.They are a bunch of fucking cowards."Well said. That's the GOP.
The Brits need to identify as many of these a-holes as possible, go into Libya, kill them, and leave a Union Jack on the body so that it's known who did it.
"Impeachment is not a decision of the House."Actually it is."Impeachment" is like indictment, and the House is the Grand Jury.If the House impeaches, then the Senate becomes the court that tries the case.
Gents, I stand corrected - but there is no trial unless the Senate votes to hold trial. (I give you the Case of the Slick Willie.)You're correct about the House' powers. Boehner HAS to step aside.Thanks & cheers.
The Death of the West will find its resurrection in the East.
Ran,Not to be picky. A Senate trial was held on Clinton.The perjury charge against Clinton was defeated with 45 votes for conviction and 55 against.
From Gary: The Constitution also says the House has TOTAL control over spending because all spending bills must come from the House. But the GOP will not even adopt a spending freeze.Article I Section 7 clause 1 begins with:All bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; Revenue is revenue. Spending is spending. So Gary's comment is slightly off on this point.Also, the bill for raising revenue must originate in the House of Representives, but Article I Section 7 Clause 1 continues with:but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.So, the bill can wind up completely different than the one originally propose by the House and still be constitutional. Trying to place blame based on which party holds one chamber doesn't wash.DC Treybil
Also from Gary: The attack against WWII graves never happened under the old government.As it pertains to non-interventionism, I find this observation ironic - doubly so.Paul defends non-interventionism saying that except for American interventionism in WWI, it would have fizzled out and ended in a whimper.Had things gone that way, WWII might never have happened. No WWII, no graves.But, WWII did happen and those graves wound (wow-nd or wuned - interesting word in this context I suddenly realize) up being there.And there they remain (another interesting word) undisturbed until yet another intervention.DC Treybil
Thanks Gary.So is it incumbent for the Senate to Try all those Impeached by the House?
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