The list of impeachable allegations against President Barack Hussein Obama has been growing nearly as fast as our national deficit. They range from perjury, to violating the US Constitution and federal laws, to illegally bypassing Congress to make law to aiding and abetting America’s enemies.
I’ve had a number of people ask me why doesn’t Congress go ahead and impeach Obama and the answer is simple. The Republican controlled House could easily muster up the support to charge Obama with impeachment, but the Democrats control the Senate and they would never convict their savior.
However, there may be hope in the near future as several Senate races are showing early indications that Republicans are leading incumbent Democrats that are up for re-election. Additionally, several Democrats are retiring and the GOP candidates are leading their Democrat challengers for the vacating seats. If Republicans can gain 6 seats in the Senate, they will then have a majority and the possibility of impeachment would loom larger than ever.
In some senate races, the topic of impeachment has come into play. In Georgia, Sen. Saxby Chambliss, the senior Republican senator is retiring. At a recent forum that was held with some of those running for Chambliss’ senate seat, the candidates were asked by the moderator:
“Obama has perjured himself on multiple occasions. Would you support impeachment if presented for a vote?”
Raising their hands to indicate they would vote for impeachment were US Rep Paul Broun who is seeking Chambliss’ Senate seat along with Republicans Derrick Grayson, an engineer and Eugene Yu, a businessman. Hopefully the question of impeaching Obama will be part of every election this year.
Among those already in office are Senators Tom Coburn (R-OK); Ted Cruz (R-TX); James Inhofe (R-OK); Tim Scott (R-SC); and Representatives Michele Bachmann (R-MN); Kerry Bentivolio (R-MI); Jason Chaffetz (R-UT); Blake Farenthold (R-TX); Bill Flores (R-TX); Louis Gohmert (R-TX); Duncan Hunter (R-CA); Steve King (R-IA); Trey Radel (R-FL); Steve Stockman (R-TX); and Ted Yoho (R-FL).
Sean Hannity spoke with Reps King and Farenthold about impeachment they spoke about some of the issues that Obama could be impeached on.
Note that Rep Farenthold said that the ultimate resolution is elections. The people need to take action at the polls by voting against Obama and his fellow Democrats to keep control of the House and retake control of the Senate. Then they will have the power to reign in Obama.
Rep Flores commented on the issue of impeachment, saying:
“I’ve looked at the president. I think he’s violated the Constitution. I think he’s violated the Bill of Rights.”
“I think if the House had an impeachment vote, it would probably impeach the president.”
This is why it is so critically important for people to go to the polls this year and vote for Republican candidates. The more Republicans we can put in the House and Senate the better chance we have of impeaching Barack Obama and ending his dictatorial reign of socialism. So get out this year and support your GOP candidates and help us remove Obama from office!