this week, Sarah Palin, calling for impeachment. Enough is enough of the years of awe bus from this president. His unsecured border crisis, for me is the last straw. It makes kind of the battered wife... See More
this week, Sarah Palin, calling for impeachment. Enough is enough of the years of awe bus from this president. His unsecured border crisis, for me is the last straw. It makes kind of the battered wife say, no mas. That's enough. It's time to impeach. She wasn't a particularly good vice presidential candidate. She's an even worse judge of who ought to be impeached and why. Bill kristol, not surprising that Eric holder would hold that view. I was surprised by congressman Goodlatte. There's some concern. 1998. Impeach the president, lose seats in the house. No responsible republican official has called for impeachment. The problem with that would be you get Joe Biden president. The republican task is to elect a republican senate. And elect a republican president in 2016. Republicans are not going to impeach president Obama. They're going to make the case for why a republican senate could check the president in 2015 and 2016. I think bill is completely right. Nobody of responsibility, nobody in leadership, nobody of relevance has talked about impeachment. The lawsuit is about constitutional powers and the separation of power. Can we stick to talking about what people who can make something happen say? And not what folks who just want to make headlines say. David Plouffe, I think a lot of democrats want them to keep talking impeachment. Of course. They reap what they sow. Leaders are being some what responsible. They've fomented this out there. I think if you look at the Iowa republican caucus attenders and the South Carolina primary voters, I bet you have majorities in the republican electorate saying he ought to be impeached. A majority of people don't want to hear another word from Sarah Palin. I saw that poll as well. They may have reached ewe than anymorety on that as well. We have to take a break. Before we go the break, the puzzler. My hometown, Cleveland, my big
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