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Impeachment Already?


I posted this because there are those of us who are disappointed with a number of Obama's positions, and there are Obama opponents who are concerned about"the fate of the Constitution and the future of the nation." So, see, we can agree on some things. It's a start, anyway.


Impeachment Already?
East of Eden | PoliticalDerby.com

So, I had myself a good, early cry on Tuesday night, and several large helpings of ice cream on Wednesday. Not because McCain lost, frankly, I’ve never been a huge fan, and after the messes the the GOP has created over the last few years, they deserved to lose, but rather I just didn’t know what Wednesday would bring, besides news footage of women fainting in Grant Park as Obama spoke and the “private citizen” Oprah Winfrey, strutting around like a peacock – no thanks to both of those things. Wednesday came and went, as did Thursday and now were are here on Friday. As I look out my window, the world had not ended, yet, and I really hope that it won’t, and I don’t think it will.

In the last few days as I’ve watched the talking heads on TV talk, many conservatives and Republicans have come on voicing their support for Mr. Obama and how he is now their president. I think this is great, I think this is just what we need to do as Americans. I just wish some of those Americans with a more liberal viewpoint would have done that eight years ago when GWB took the helm – perhaps things wouldn’t be so cantankerous in the nation right now, but that’s a topic that can be debated another day. Like it or not, George W was the President, he’s almost done, so we should just let him finish and quit crying and arguing over him. Like it or not Obama is now going to be the President. – and we should let him start with a clean slate. Let’s at least give him a shot before we throw him under the bus. This is why, when I heard that Impeach Obama groups were popping up on line, I had to roll my eyes, then sneer with disgust.

I just don’t see the point of these groups, I don’t see what good they will accomplish, and I don’t see how adding more rancor to the political climate will help solve any of the problems that the nation faces. Of course I am concerned with some of the programs and policies that Mr. Obama wants to initiate. Of course I am concerned about who he will nominate for the Supreme Court and other judgeships. Of course I am concerned about the fate of the Constitution and the future of the nation. However, I don’t think condemning the man before he has even acted serves much purpose, unless it’s only to add rancor to the political climate. I don’t think this kind of antagonism will solve anything at all, and is the sure sign of a sore loser. The impeachment crowd, on both sides of the isle, needs to get over it and move on!

I hope for Mr. Obama. I hope he can pull of what he promised to do and I hope that peoples’ expectations of him are not too badly damaged when those expectations meet reality. I really wish him the best of luck as he begins the hardest job in the free world, President of the United States. I don’t think anyone is truly prepared for what that job entails. And I hope that all Americans, no matter what their political stripes will at least give him a chance.
by East of Eden

So, I had myself a good, early cry on Tuesday night, and several large helpings of ice cream on Wednesday. Not because McCain lost, frankly, I’ve never been a huge fan, and after the messes the the GOP has created over the last few years, they deserved to lose, but rather I just didn’t know what Wednesday would bring, besides news footage of women fainting in Grant Park as Obama spoke and the “private citizen” Oprah Winfrey, strutting around like a peacock – no thanks to both of those things. Wednesday came and went, as did Thursday and now were are here on Friday. As I look out my window, the world had not ended, yet, and I really hope that it won’t, and I don’t think it will.

In the last few days as I’ve watched the talking heads on TV talk, many conservatives and Republicans have come on voicing their support for Mr. Obama and how he is now their president. I think this is great, I think this is just what we need to do as Americans. I just wish some of those Americans with a more liberal viewpoint would have done that eight years ago when GWB took the helm – perhaps things wouldn’t be so cantankerous in the nation right now, but that’s a topic that can be debated another day. Like it or not, George W was the President, he’s almost done, so we should just let him finish and quit crying and arguing over him. Like it or not Obama is now going to be the President. – and we should let him start with a clean slate. Let’s at least give him a shot before we throw him under the bus. This is why, when I heard that Impeach Obama groups were popping up on line, I had to roll my eyes, then sneer with disgust.

I just don’t see the point of these groups, I don’t see what good they will accomplish, and I don’t see how adding more rancor to the political climate will help solve any of the problems that the nation faces. Of course I am concerned with some of the programs and policies that Mr. Obama wants to initiate. Of course I am concerned about who he will nominate for the Supreme Court and other judgeships. Of course I am concerned about the fate of the Constitution and the future of the nation. However, I don’t think condemning the man before he has even acted serves much purpose, unless it’s only to add rancor to the political climate. I don’t think this kind of antagonism will solve anything at all, and is the sure sign of a sore loser. The impeachment crowd, on both sides of the isle, needs to get over it and move on!

I hope for Mr. Obama. I hope he can pull of what he promised to do and I hope that peoples’ expectations of him are not too badly damaged when those expectations meet reality. I really wish him the best of luck as he begins the hardest job in the free world, President of the United States. I don’t think anyone is truly prepared for what that job entails. And I hope that all Americans, no matter what their political stripes will at least give him a chance.

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Don't worry. It's easy. Obama is going to be busy being president. The Congress brings the impeachment articles. Hearings are short and concise. Evidence is already in place. Takes a couple weeks, and Obama signs off. No big thing.

Now, having done that, Congress appoints a Special Prosecutor to go after the rest of the gang. Still no big thing. Formalities, that's all.

Why would anyone consider impeaching someone who has done nothing wrong, has no intention of doing anything wrong, and has not even entered office yet when there is someone who has committed the worst acts of treason imaginable, has bankrupt our country (no, the whole world, actually), has started an illegal war against a country who had not done anything to us nor even threatened us, and who has been trying to turn America into a fascist state for eight years? If you want to impeach someone, let's start with the actual criminal and leave Barack Obama to run the country. If he ever, in fact, commmits an impeachable offense, then it will be time to consider impeachment. However, considing G.W. is still out there at large to do as he may, I think that would be wrong morally, and if you want to talk impeachment, we have someone in office right now who screams for impeachment. Start there.

Tompoeiowa.....did you actually read this post? And the link to the original website with the comments posted by readers? These people want to impeach Obama......they want to eliminate the endowment for the Arts, get the US out of the UN (as if we've ever even been IN it.....even if technically we are we have always only used it to do whatever we wanted, never went along with UN legislation if it wasn't what our govt wanted) amongst other things.... are they anti-choice (anti-abortion) as well? Are they like Michelle Bachman and Sarah Palin , yet more examples of the American version of the Taliban? I really have little patience with people like this...have a hard time 'loving' them....... they seem like they are aliens more than humans.... they seem like they are on drugs. Psychotropic drugs or whatever the people in the movie "Stepford Wives" were on because it is scary what they think and believe.

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