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Obama’s America

Obama's America

When Barack Hussein Obama was elected in the 2008 election I fervently believed that Americans had just demonstrated a serious example of bad judgment and enacted an example of the Peter Principle in epic proportion that would be a disaster for America. They elected a man of absolutely no experience, never met a pay check, who had done everything within his power to conceal his past from the public. Although I believed that many voted for him because he was black, I was convinced that it was a clear indication that at least half of America was as stupid as a bag of hammers. Continue reading “Obama’s America” »

The Case for Impeachment

ImpeachmentIn American history there have been two cases in which Impeachment of a President was actually carried out. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. The House’s primary charge against Johnson was with violation of the Tenure of Office Act, passed by Congress the previous year. Specifically, he had removed Edwin M. Stanton, the Secretary of War (whom the Tenure of Office Act was largely designed to protect), from office and replaced him with Major General Lorenzo Thomas. Johnson was acquitted. Bill Clinton was impeached by the House for perjury and obstruction of justice. He was also acquitted, but lost his license to practice law for 5 years by the civil courts for the same charges. Nixon resigned before he could be impeached. Continue reading “The Case for Impeachment” »