Friday, July 25, 2014

35% Of Americans Want Obama Impeached. Because Sarah Palin Said So.

Some of you have no doubt noticed the lack of political posts (or for that matter, post period) around here lately. The reasons are many, but the overarching theme is that nothing's actually happening. The folks on the Hill are clearly gearing up for November, and the POTUS is about as lame a duck as they come. Sure, there was some action along the border last week, and a lingering VA scandal, but in a mid-term election year, nothing is gonna get done because nobody has anything to benefit from something actually getting done.

So to fill the vacuum of actual political news, comes this nonsense.
Roughly a third of adult Americans want to see President Barack Obama impeached, according to a new CNN poll released Friday.

Support for impeachment cuts down party lines, with 57% of Republicans favoring the idea but just 35% of independents and 13% of Democrats feeling similarly.

The poll comes a day after the House Rules Committee approved Speaker John Boehner’s lawsuit against the President over part of his signature health care law. Some conservatives, including former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, have gone a step further than the lawsuit, calling for Obama’s impeachment.

The solid majority of Americans who oppose impeaching the president is similar to previous years, CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. In 1998, 67% of Americans opposed impeaching President Bill Clinton and 69% opposed impeaching George W. Bush in 2006. The poll surveyed 1, 012 adult Americans between July 18-20 with a 3% margin of error.
So yeah, that's where we've arrived as a country. 33% of Real Americans polled think the President needs to be removed from office. But what exactly is the reason? Well, let the 2/3 term Governor of Alaska and reality TV star explain it. I hope you're hungry for some word salad.

Uhhh, seriously, is this chick out her rabbit assed mind?

Question: Should the POTUS be impeached? If so, for what? Is Sarah Palin capable of stringing together a coherent sentence?

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