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Enough Is Enough... If Barack Obama Moves Forward With His Dictatorial Amnesty Decree, IMPEACH HIM!
Did you watch Barack Obama's press conference the afternoon after the election? Did you hear him say, on one hand, that he wants to work with Congress and THEN DEMAND that Congress either send an amnesty bill that is acceptable to him to his desk, or he WILL issue a dictatorial and unconstitutional amnesty decree?
It's clear that Barack Obama didn't get the message the that the American people just sent to Washington. It's clear that the self-proclaimed leader of the free world is behaving like a petulant child... sticking his fingers in his ears, jumping up and down and yelling loudly so he can't hear what the American people are trying to say to him... and it's clear that he will not change his ways.
Enough is enough. The American people are sick and tired of the childishness... the American people are sick and tired of the dictatorial delusions of godhood... the American people are sick and tired of the lawlessness... and, most of all, the American people are sick and tired of Barack Obama.
And so, it's time to send Congress an even stronger message. If Barack Obama moves forward with his dictatorial and unconstitutional amnesty decree, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WANT HIM IMPEACHED.
The American Sent You A Clear Message On November 4, 2014 And It Wasn't: "Compromise With Barack Obama" Or "Work With Barack Obama To Get Stuff Done." ... The American People Sent You To Washington To Stop Barack Obama... PERIOD!
Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh said it best: "How can you govern with a president that disobeys the Constitution? How can you govern with a president that is demonstrably lawless when he thinks he has to be?"
The answer to Rush's rhetorical question is, you can't!
And at some point, our elected officials will also have to come to the inescapable conclusion that BARACK OBAMA IS THE PROBLEM. He will not "work with Congress to get things done" ... he will not "compromise" with Congress. With Barack Obama, it's either his way or the highway and if our elected officials choose the former, only then will the liberal media hallelujah choir proclaim that they're truly "compromising" and "working to get things done."
And we're not the only ones who have made that observation:
Erick Erickson with RedState observed: "As the reality of a Republican wave became imminent... a dangerous narrative began to take hold among the conservative talking heads on cable news and in the victory speeches of the victorious Republicans. The narrative was that now that the Republicans have control of both chambers of Congress, it is incumbent upon them to work with Obama and the other Democrats in the service of 'getting things done' and 'fixing the broken system.'"
Rush Limbaugh said: "The Republican Party was not elected to fix a broken system or to make it work. The Republican Party was not elected to compromise. The Republican Party was not elected to sit down and work together with the Democrats. The Republican Party was not elected to slow down the speed the country is headed to the cliff and go over it slowly."
Conservative icon Gary Bauer stated: "Likewise Republicans shouldn't fall into the trap of trying to resuscitate so-called comprehensive immigration reform. ... In the days ahead, there will be a lot of talk about compromise and cooperation in Washington. Let President Obama make the first move by dropping his plans for a mass executive amnesty."
It's clear. The liberal media and the Washington elites are trying to spin the message that the American people just sent to Washington beyond human comprehension, but patriotic Americans, like you, have the power to fight this phony narrative and the time to stop Obama is now, before he irrevocably changes America.
Obama Gave The American People The Bird.
Senator Ted Cruz called it right when he said that "the era of Obama lawlessness is over." Make no mistake, that's the message that the American people sent to Washington and, if you agree, then you're not alone.
Erickson again: "If voters really wanted people who would work closely with Obama and other Democrats to 'get things done,' they would have just voted for more Democrats. ... Say what you want about the information level of the average voter, but absolutely no one was confused into thinking that they were replacing a Democrat with a Republican in the hopes that the Republican would be more friendly to the Democrat agenda."
Limbaugh essentially said the same thing: "If they [the American people] wanted you to work with the Democrats, you wouldn't have won. If they wanted the Republicans to work with the Democrats and to help the Democrats accomplish more, they would have just elected the Democrats."
Cruz went on to say: "It is incumbent on Republicans to stand up and lead. ... You know, the fact that the people rose up and voted the Democrats out of power doesn't necessarily mean they trust the Republicans. They've given us another chance. But we've got to earn that trust, and the way to earn that trust is to listen to the priorities of the people."
It's time for our elected officials to start earning some trust. Yes, impeachment is a bold move but Barack Obama is NOT afraid to be bold.
When he mounted the stage and proclaimed that Congress either send an acceptable amnesty bill to his desk, or he WILL issue a dictatorial and unconstitutional amnesty decree, he wasn't pushing half-measures or painting with pale pastels.
Even liberal media personalities couldn't believe what they were hearing:
NBC's Chuck Todd said that said that Obama must know that he "is going to know that if he does this, he is starting a political war..."
CNN's Candy Crowley: "If he makes a major move along the lines of what we've been hearing... that would be like just popping a grenade and throwing it in the middle of the Senate floor."
But The National Journal's Ron Fournier said it best, "After this repudiation, acting on immigration by fiat would be the political equivalent of literally flipping the country the bird."
Even liberals know that Obama is bold as brass. It's time for Republicans to be just as bold. The House of Representatives has the votes necessary to advance Articles of Impeachment and if Barack Obama views himself as a dictator, then it's time for Congress to show Mr. Obama what happens to dictators in the United States of America.
Dispelling The Media Myth That Impeachment Will Hurt Republicans...
The media has done an outstanding job of rewriting history and advancing the false narrative that impeaching Barack Obama will somehow hurt Republicans, so much so that even some conservatives believe it.
And if you believe the media narrative, then ask President Al Gore whether or not he believes that the impeachment of Bill Clinton kept him out of the White House. The historical record is very clear.
The liberal paper of record, The New York Times wrote: "Mr. Gore confronted Mr. Clinton in the Oval Office after Mr. Gore ran for president in 2000... In the course of a brutal one-hour exchange, aides to both men said, Mr. Gore blamed Mr. Clinton for his loss — suggesting that he had been dragged down by the burden of Mr. Clinton’s impeachment proceedings."
Back in 1999, the Chicago Tribune wrote: "President Clinton conceded Thursday that his impeachment scandal may hurt Vice President Al Gore's election hopes, acknowledging that 'a lot of people who may not like me may hold it against him.'"
Back in 2001, The Telegraph wrote: "The two, whose relationship has been very difficult since the Lewinsky affair and the impeachment that followed it, had their showdown alone inside the White House and it lasted for more than an hour... Another source who knows both told the Washington Post that the tone of the conversation was 'very, very blunt.' The newspaper said that while the former vice-president's friends called the meeting 'very constructive,' the Clinton side saw it as a much angrier event in which Mr. Gore laid bare a simmering resentment of his former boss."
Don't be fooled, the media narrative that impeachment hurts Republicans only gained a firm footing when the Pretender-in-Chief took the oath of office.
And when it comes to the theory that the impeachment of Bill Clinton hurt Republicans in Congress; another fact that is often ignored by the media is that even though Republicans lost a handful of seats in Congress, they actually maintained majority control in both House of Congress once the dust settled from the 2000 election.
But what is even more historic is that one year after impeaching Bill Clinton, Republicans gained control of the United States House of Representatives, the United States Senate and the White House for the first time since Herbert Hoover occupied the Oval Office (until RINO Senator Jim Jeffords switched parties 5 months later and gave the Democrats marginal control of the Senate).
So exactly how did impeaching Bill Clinton hurt Republicans? ... But dispelling false narratives aside, there is another reason why impeachment needs to be on the table:
Barack Obama's ego is tremendous. He does not want to go down in history as one of three presidents ever impeached in the United States of America. Obama fears impeachment and if Congress sends him the message that he is subject to impeachment then he will either behave or he will be gone.
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