Multiple scandals + tyrannical government + immoral acts + constant attacks on the Constitution = impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors?


by Doug Lawrence

Now that we have three major government scandals  (Benghazi, IRS and AP – and let’s not forget a fourth – Fast and Furious- which has yet to see acceptable closure) publicly going on all at once – it’s time to ask some tough questions of President Obama:

1) We understand Mr. President, that you “won” – but even the Democrats never expected to elect an unaccountable tyrant to the highest office in the land. How do you plan to atone for these grievous affronts to the American people? 

2) What were you thinking when you appointed Steven Miller – a sardonic loser and shameful government hack – as Acting Commissioner of the IRS – and how does firing him, just a few short weeks before he was already scheduled to step down – indicate anything less than your ongoing contempt and lack of respect for the rights and sensibilities of the American people?

3) Are you concerned about being impeached, should the mid-term elections once again fail to go your way, or –  like President Clinton –  have you already successfully collected enough “dirt” on your likely opponents to foreclose that possibility?

4) Is there anything else you need to tell the American people, at this time?

5)  With the IRS and your particular management style now thoroughly discredited, do you really expect the American people to allow National Health Care (ObamaCare) to move forward, under IRS control?

6) Now that the Kermitt Gosnell abortion murder trial is over, could you explain – without the usual demagoguery – precisely how your stated approach to the issue of babies born alive after abortion differs in any way – from Gosnell’s and/or Planned Parenthood’s?

7) Mr. President – I realize this may sound like a rhetorical question – but I must ask – have you no sense of shame?

From the Merriam Webster On Line Dictionary:

tyr·an·ny noun \ˈtir-ə-nē\
plural tyr·an·nies

Definition of TYRANNY

: oppressive power <every form of tyranny over the mind of man — Thomas Jefferson>; especially : oppressive power exerted by government <the tyranny of a police state>
a : a government in which absolute power is vested in a single ruler; especially : one characteristic of an ancient Greek city-state
b : the office, authority, and administration of a tyrant
: a rigorous condition imposed by some outside agency or force <living under the tyranny of the clock — Dixon Wecter>
: an oppressive, harsh, or unjust act : a tyrannical act <workers who had suffered tyrannies>