[Rushtalk] Yes, We *CAN*!

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Tue Mar 19 11:36:01 MDT 2013

At 09:01 AM 3/19/2013, Dennis Putnam wrote:
>Nearly half???? Completely meaningless. Isn't 
>that how much of the voting population Romney 
>got? If it wasn't enough for an election why 
>would it be enough for impeachment?

         Because it's gaining momentum, Dennis. 
Just wait until the Benghazi thing gets rolling. 
The Obama-bots in the federal government have 
insisted that these survivors keep quiet. Wait until that story grows legs!

>On 3/19/2013 12:48 AM, John A. Quayle wrote:
>>Americans get serious about impeachment
>>New poll: Nearly half endorse dumping Obama
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>>Only this is the impeachment type of change, 
>>not the type Obama has so often preached.
>>The poll shows those advocating impeachment 
>>nearly equal to those against it. For example, 
>>regarding Obama’s campaign for amnesty to 
>>illegals, 44 percent say he should be impeached 
>>for that, while only 48 percent say he should 
>>not. And 46 percent say they think Obama should 
>>be impeached for launching the war to remove 
>>Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, while 49 percent say no.
>>“Taken by itself, any of these questions about 
>>President Obama could be ignored, but it 
>>becomes much more questionable when all of 
 administration actions are taken as a 
>>whole,” said Fritz Wenzel, whose public opinion 
>>and media consulting company 
>>Strategies conducted the poll.
>>The scientific survey was done by telephone 
>>March 7-12 and contains a margin of error of 2.92 percent.
>>“Obama appears to have found a way to split the 
>>nation directly down the middle on each issue, 
>>but, as his plummeting poll numbers may now 
>>indicate, the American public may well be 
>>catching up with the cumulative effect of this 
>>administration’s handling of the Constitution 
>>and the federal government,” Wenzel said.
>>the petition urging Congress to impeach Obama.
>>He noted that Obama’s job approval is in freefall.
>>“American voters apparently are finally, after 
>>more than four years, beginning to connect the 
>>sluggish economy, the precarious state of 
>>international affairs and Barack Obama,” Wenzel 
>>said. “After an inauguration bounce, his job 
>>approval has now returned to near the lowest 
>>level he has ever seen, with 42 percent giving 
>>him positive marks for his overall performance.”
>>Wenzel said: “Some of this has to do in 
>>particular with his ham-handed management of 
>>the recent sequester budget battle with 
>>Congress – and the aftermath which has shown he 
>>and his administration spokesmen deceived the 
>>country. Even some media outlets have started 
>>grilling administration officials over 
>>inconsistencies and other problems. The tide 
>>seems to have turned against the Obama 
>>administration, as not even a majority of 
>>Democrats give him positive marks for his handling of his job.”
>><http://wnd.com/?p=361765>Get the bumper 
>>sticker that says it all, “Honk for Impeachment.”
>>Only 1 in 4 respondents gives Obama an 
>>excellent report card. Sixteen percent rate his 
>>performance as “good” and another 10 percent 
>>say “fair.” But 47 percent, including 1 in 6 of 
>>the Democrats, say he’s at “poor.”
>>Wenzel said one of the longest lingering 
>>problems from the first term of the Obama 
>>administration is the so-called “Fast and 
>>Furious” gun-running scheme by the ATF.
>>“Americans are clearly looking for a scapegoat 
>>for this debacle, which resulted in about 100 
>>gunshot deaths, and 65 percent said they agree 
>>General Eric Holder should be impeached for his 
>>handling of this scandal. This number is so 
>>high that it is hard to see how Democrats on 
>>Capitol Hill can run defense for the 
>>administration on this one. Those who do are at 
>>serious political risk,” said Wenzel.
>>“Taking America Back,” Joseph Farah’s manifesto 
>>for sovereignty, self-reliance and moral renewal
>>“This figure is particularly interesting given 
>>that Americans seem to want to give the 
>>administration a reasonable amount of leeway in 
>>its handling of national affairs. A slim 
>>majority of 51 percent said they think the 
>>administration should have the freedom to 
>>withhold some information from Congress about 
>>how it is conducting its affairs. However, that 
>>number is a little deceiving, as just 19 
>>percent said the administration itself should 
>>have the discretion to decide just what should 
>>be withheld and what should be disclosed. 
>>Another 23 percent said they think Congress 
>>should decide, and 25 percent said they think 
>>the federal courts should make that decision. 
>>Even among Democrats, just 33 percent said they 
>>think the Obama administration should have the 
>>power to decide what information should be 
>>withheld from the oversight of Congress,” Wenzel said.
>>His analysis of the Obama administration’s performance continued:
>>“Asked whether they approved of the Obama 
>>administration’s drone killings of three 
>>Americans who were reputed to be connected with 
>>terrorist operations but none of which had been 
>>convicted of a crime, 60 percent disagreed with those killings,” he said.
>>“This has got to be a big piece of the growing 
>>disenchantment with Obama, as 46 percent said 
>>they ‘strongly disagreed’ with those drone 
>>killings. Sen. Rand Paul’s filibuster recently 
>>brought this issue into the national spotlight, 
>>and it is clear Americans were paying attention.”
>>He explained: “Even after respondents were 
>>informed that these citizens were terrorists, 
>>41 percent still said they don’t believe Obama 
>>had the right to execute them without a court 
>>ruling of guilt. The American public clearly 
>>wants the U.S. judicial system to weigh in on 
>>such cases – 49 percent said they would have 
>>preferred that these terrorists be captured and tried in court.”
>>Continuing to the next subject, Wenzel said, 
>>“Six in 10 respondents said they do not agree 
>>with Obama’s decision to make up his own mind 
>>about what is and what is not a congressional 
>>recess appointment. A federal court recently 
>>struck down several appointments to top 
>>administration jobs. These appointees continue 
>>to make federal policy despite not winning 
>>congressional approval. The public agrees with 
>>the federal court system that this is wrong. A 
>>similar percentage of respondents – 61 percent 
>>– said these officials should be removed from office.”
>>Wenzel explained: “This reflects a core 
>>American value of fair play and playing by the 
>>rules, and the Obama administration’s refusal 
>>to respect the Constitution and these rules. 
>>This speaks to a very important factor at play 
>>here – the American people tend to grant a 
>>president a certain amount of trust, but, once 
>>lost, it is very difficult to win that back. If 
>>Americans revoke their trust of Obama, he will 
>>find himself in very deep trouble.
>>“So far, he is safe, but only marginally so, as 
>>51 percent said he should not be impeached for 
>>this breach of the Constitution, but 43 percent 
>>said they think he should face impeachment over this issue.”
>>The dozens of “czars” that Obama has appointed 
>>without any congressional oversight or approval is also an issue.
>>“Here, 51 percent said they believe Obama 
>>should face impeachment over this issue,” Wenzel said.
>>On Obama’s fight with Arizona over enforcing 
>>immigration laws: “Forty-four percent said he 
>>should be impeached for that action and 48 
>>percent said he should not be impeached for it.”
>>On the war against Gadhafi: Forty-six percent 
>>endorse impeachment as punishment; 49 percent said no.
>>On impeachment for how the Defense of Marriage 
>>Act was handled: Forty percent say impeach and 52 percent said no.
>>There has been a flood of calls for impeachment 
>>lately. <http://wnd.com/?p=380045>Rock legend 
>>and gun-rights defender Ted Nugent said there’s 
>>“no question” Obama should be impeached, and 
>>he’s calling CNN anchor Piers Morgan an 
>>“effective idiot” in the battle over the Second Amendment.
>>Referring to Obama, Nugent says: “There’s no 
>>question that this guy’s violations qualify for 
>>impeachment. There’s no question.”
>>He blasted “the criminality of this government, 
>>the unprecedented abuse of power, corruption, 
>>fraud and deceit by the Chicago gangster-scammer-ACORN-in-chief.”
>>“It’s so diabolical,” he said.
>>Nugent made his comments in a recent interview with radio host Alex Jones.
>>And radio giant 
>><http://www.wnd.com/?p=379729>Rush Limbaugh 
>>said on his own program that the Obama 
>>administration’s release of hundreds and 
>>potentially thousands of illegal-alien 
>>criminals from U.S. detention centers in 
>>connection with possible budget cuts is “an impeachable offense.”
>>“In what used to be considered (if we can 
>>remember this far back) normal, sane times, 
>>this is an impeachable offense,” Limbaugh said. 
>>“This is action being taken against the 
 It is sheer madness to be doing 
>>this. It is petulant, it is childish.”
>><http://wnd.com/?p=367047>Even Code Pink 
>>co-founder Medea Benjamin called for the 
>>impeachment of Obama over his policy of 
>>permitting drone strikes on American citizens 
>>overseas who are members of terrorist organizations.
>>On <http://www.kleinonline.com>WABC Radio’s 
>>“Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” Benjamin 
>>affirmed she believes the drone warfare is an impeachable offense.
>>asked for it! Sign the petition urging Congress 
>>to impeach President Barack Obama.
>>Others who have broached the subject include 
>>Reps. Trent Franks, R-Ariz.; Walter Jones, 
>>R-N.C.; Trey Radel, R-Fla.; Steve Stockman; 
>>former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas; former Rep. 
>>Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio; Fox News’ Mike 
>>Huckabee; former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew 
>>McCarthy; left-leaning investigative reporter 
>>Dave Lindorff; talk-radio host Mark Levin; 
>>former House Speaker and presidential candidate 
>>Newt Gingrich; author and columnist Pat Buchanan and others.
>>See Denis Kucinich advocate for impeachment over Libya:
>>See Texas congressman lobby for impeachment over gun control:
>>See Andrew Napolitano talk about impeachment over the budget:
>><http://wnd.com/?p=361763>WND also compiled a 
>>special report on the various offenses Obama is 
>>blamed for committing and reported what experts 
>>on the Constitution believe should be happening.
>>See detailed results of survey questions:
>>how would you rate the job performance of 
>>President Barack Obama – would you say he is 
>>doing an excellent job, a good job, only a fair job, or a poor job?
>>Obama administration has invoked executive 
>>privilege to block the U.S. Congress from 
>>receiving Justice Department documents 
>>regarding the loss of 2,000 firearms, most of 
>>them flowing freely over the Mexican border. 
>>The deaths of as many as 100 people, including 
>>a U.S. border agent, have been linked directly 
>>to those weapons. The U.S. House of 
>>Representatives has voted to hold Attorney 
>>General Eric Holder in contempt for refusing to 
>>respond to questions on the subject, but a U.S. 
>>attorney declined to prosecute him. Do you 
>>agree or disagree that Eric Holder should be 
>>impeached because of his management of this 
>>operation, known by the code name Fast and Furious?
>>United States Congress is empowered by the U.S. 
>>Constitution with oversight of the executive 
>>branch of the U.S. government. Some 
>>information, including that from intelligence 
>>briefings, is conveyed to Congress in secret 
>>and remains secret from the public. Other 
>>information is made public. Generally speaking, 
>>do you agree or disagree that the executive 
>>branch of the U.S. government should be allowed 
>>to withhold some documents or information about 
>>its operations from those in Congress who have oversight responsibilities?
>>a presidential administration was to keep 
>>information about its operations from Congress, 
>>who should decide what information should be withheld?
>>Obama administration has used missile strikes 
>>fired from unmanned drones to kill at least 
>>three United States citizens, none of which had 
>>renounced their citizenship or been convicted 
>>of a crime in any U.S. court. The 
>>administration received no permission to 
>>conduct these killings from Congress or from 
>>any federal judge or court. Regardless of whom 
>>these people were who were killed, do you agree 
>>or disagree that the Obama administration had 
>>the right to kill its own citizens in this manner?
>>citizens were all said to have links to 
>>terrorist activities, despite not being 
>>adjudicated by the courts. Knowing this, do you 
>>agree or disagree that the Obama administration 
>>had the right to kill these American citizens?
>>the Obama administration pursued and won 
>>criminal convictions against these people, even 
>>if in absentia, would you agree that following 
>>that legal process would then give the Obama 
>>administration the right to kill these American 
>>citizens, or would you have preferred these 
>>people be captured and subjected to the 
>>traditional U.S. court system of punishment?
>>you agree or disagree that President Obama 
>>committed an impeachable offense by ordering these U.S. citizens be killed?
>>U.S. Constitution provides for the president to 
>>fill vacancies in his administration when the 
>>U.S. Senate is in recess, but when the Senate 
>>is in session, they must confirm his nominees. 
>>But while the Senate was in session in January 
>>2012, President Obama made what he called 
>>recess appointments and these people took 
>>office and began to take action on federal 
>>business. A federal court later ruled that 
>>these appointments violated the Constitution, 
>>but these officials continue in their 
>>positions. Do you agree or disagree that 
>>President Obama should have made these appointments?
>>you agree or disagree that these officials 
>>should remain in office making decisions after 
>>a federal court has ruled their appointments unconstitutional?
>>you agree or disagree that President Obama 
>>should be impeached for making these 
>>appointments in violation oo the Constitution?
>>Obama administration in 2010 filed a lawsuit 
>>against the state of Arizona to stop it from 
>>enforcing federal law regarding illegal 
>>immigrants, while at about the same time it 
>>declined to enforce similar federal statutes in 
>>so-called sanctuary cities, which had purposely 
>>ignored such federal laws against illegal 
>>immigrants. Do you agree or disagree that 
>>President Obama should be impeached for his handling of these situations?
>>June 2012, President Obama issued an executive 
>>order preventing the deportation of many 
>>illegal immigrants who were brought to this 
>>country as children, though Congress had not 
>>passed such a law allowing for such treatment 
>>of these illegal immigrants. Do you agree or 
>>disagree that President Obama should be 
>>impeached for his handling of this situation?
>>March 2011, the U.S. launched combat operations 
>>in Libya to overthrow Moammar Gadhafi, despite 
>>the fact that President Obama never sought or 
>>received congressional authorization for those 
>>operations, as required by the U.S. 
>>Constitution. At the time, Libya posed no 
>>threat to the United States. Do you agree or 
>>disagree that President Obama should be 
>>impeached for his handling of this situation?
>>Obama announced in 2011 that his administration 
>>believed the Defense of Marriage Act to be 
>>unconstitutional and that they would not defend 
>>it. The law, known as DOMA and signed into law 
>>in 1996 by President Clinton, guarantees that 
>>states won’t be forced to recognize same-sex 
>>marriages conducted in other states. Do you 
>>agree or disagree that President Obama should 
>>be impeached for his handling of this situation?</a.
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