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Hey, Repubicans! How goes the effort to impeach Obama over the so-called IRS scandal?

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Hmmm. All that talk of a few weeks ago about impeaching President Obama for his involvement in IRS targeting of conservative groups (see HERE, for example) suddenly seems to have faded away.

I wonder why. Does it have anything to do with the fact that there is no evidence whatever that the White House was involved in the alleged misdeeds by the folks at the IRS?

On that score, THIS STUFF is instructive:

Democrats on the House Oversight Committee have just released a full transcript of testimony from a key witness in the investigation of IRS targeting of conservatives — and it appears to confirm that the initial targeting did originate with a low-level employee in the Cincinnati office.

It also shows a key witness and IRS screening manager – a self described conservative Republican — denying any communication with the White House or senior IRS officials about the targeting.

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  1. Hey, Cunningham!

    How’s that hope and change working out for you? How’s that promised transparency looking these days? How’s that gun control issue working out for you? How’s that abortion issue working out for you in your own state?

    Just because a bunch of slick politicians can cover their tracks doesn’t mean you ought to be swallowing the toe jam as a result of kissing his feet! There is no question Bummer knew about everything going on. He rules by intimidation, which is a product of Chicago politics.

    Forget impeachment – he ought to be jailed for treason. He took an oath to protect the Constitution, not try to destroy it. That alone makes him guilty of perjury, along with pretty much every politician in office.

    If you would get out of your own biased attitude, you might be able to come to a rational conclusion. Left or right doesn’t matter any more – they want total control over a nation that has existed for so long and so well, because it adhered to the aforementioned document.

    But, like trying to have an intelligent conversation with any left leaning liberal, all they can do is blame the rich and Bush for their problems. You see, the left want their cake and eat EVERYONE ELSE’S too! Why do all politicians exempt themselves from what they pass while in office? Because it interferes with their money. It infringes on their lifestyle and their families’ lifestyles.

    Folks like you, and I’m talking both sides of the aisle here, need to grow up and stop the labeling if someone’s opinion doesn’t agree with theirs. You purposely are trying to rub peoples’ faces in something the general public will never know the truth of. Like the movie – You can’t handle the truth! There is a big difference between who is right and what is right. Washington has forgotten that, and media such as yourselves have to.

  2. Thanks for the laugh Becky!

  3. Becky: Brilliant comment.

    You say that folks like me “need to grow up and stop the labeling if someone’s opinion doesn’t agree with theirs.”

    But you also say that “Bummer knew about everything going on” and that he’s “guilty of perjury” and that he “ought to be jailed for treason.”

    Very consistent reasoning, Becky: “Stop the labeling” — but, oh, by the way, Obama’s a traitor and belongs in jail.

    Brilliant stuff! I hope we’ll hear from you again.

  4. My fave Beckyism: “You purposely are trying to rub peoples’ faces in something the general public will never know the truth of. Like the movie…”

    Yes, like the movie.

    Another good one: She feels Obama has tried to destroy the constitution, which “makes him guilty of perjury, along with pretty much every politician in office.”

    Becky, if you ever get a jury summons, do your community a huge favor and tear it up.

  5. Robert Bryant

    Obama yet again demonstrates that he is not fit to be president. He was elected only on the basis of his skin color, by those in society who would first vote skin color before thinking through the issues, primarily blacks.

    Yet another example of how the voting process should be changed to accurately reflect the ability to vote and the responsibility for doing so, by those who have the necessary intelligence. Many people in this society should not have the right to vote because they can abuse with that opportunity, in the case of the Obama election, recklessly cast votes that ultimately affect national security by electing a less than qualified individual and party, like Obama and the democratic party.

    Old people who are no longer employed and are otherwise not contributors to society, unable to work, unable to drive, unable to walk correctly without a cane, taking behavioral medications, and over the age of 67, should not be allowed to vote.

    Women who are not in the work force, in other words, just plain housewives, should not be allowed to vote.

    If you are a person of color, have been on government assistance your entire life, a drug dependant person on government assistance, this group also should not be able to vote.

    Of the same groups, sterilization should be an enforced policy, defeating the rabbit like breeding of affected government assisted dependancy groups.

    Gay people should be disallowed to vote, no exceptions to that rule.

    Leave all voting to those who are productive and intellectually capable to casting a correct vote during any election cycle, those employed, not a member of a labor union or government employment.

  6. Robert Bryant: Your comment is so over-the-top that I can’t help but see it as satire.

  7. Bill Snyder

    Your views about Obama seem to favor him no matter what the situation tends to be. Sad that some individuals will support one political party or the other without thinking what is true lay best for the people.

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