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The Impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama

It has been nearly impossible to miss all the talk of impeaching President Obama. Many conservatives, including Sarah Palin, are strongly advocating for impeachment, while Speaker of the House John Boehner and others have come out against it. A CNN poll released last week shows that a third of the American public believes Obama should be impeached. To my mind, the desire to see Obama impeached has grown out of the anger people have for his abuse of power, his disastrous policies and his refusal to enforce immigration laws. At one time I was on the impeachment bandwagon myself, but have come to realize that impeaching Obama would be the wrong thing to do, for several reasons.

Just in the last few days, the Democrats seem to be hoping for impeachment. Dan Pfeiffer, senior advisor to the president, told the press last Friday that impeachment should not be considered a long shot. He said that Boehner’s lawsuit has “opened the […] → Keep reading

Fallin: Perry Would Be Good for Oklahoma, But…

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said yesterday that Texas Governor Rick Perry would be a strong advocate for issues important to Oklahoma, including oil and gas development. However, she stopped short of endorsing him for President, saying “I’m not going to make a commitment right now.”

This did not surprise me, since I recall an endorsement Fallin received last summer while running for Governor. No doubt, she is waiting to return the favor.

When Liberals Suggest Republican Candidates, Do the Opposite!

Sandra Fish has written a piece for Politics Daily in which she describes the steps Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann and Sharron Angle are taking to test the waters for a possible presidential campaign. She asks the question “…is this really the best the GOP can do?”

She then goes on at length complaining about Palin slamming the media on Thanksgiving Day, Bachmann for daring to speak to the Tea Party after the State of the Union and Angle for saying, “I’ll tell you the first thing we need to do is take Harry Reid out.”

Then, in typical liberal fashion, she offers up ‘better’ candidates to the Republicans: Condoleeza Rice, Elizabeth Dole, Olympia Snowe, Susan Collins, Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty and Newt Gingrich.

Anytime the liberals are suggesting candidates to the Republicans, it’s time to do exactly the opposite. The very fact that Republicans such as Palin and Bachmann are continually attacked is a sure sign they are feared […] → Keep reading

Palin 1, Milbank 0

The shooting in Tucson was pounced upon by the mainstream media, who wasted no time in pointing the finger of blame squarely at Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and the Tea Party. Columns were written, articles filed, ‘news’ programs aired, interviews done, Tweets were sent… And after reading, watching and listening one might think Palin had conspired with the shooter, provided him the weapon, told him who to shoot and driven him to the scene of the crime.

The media frenzy over Palin’s map and her “don’t retreat, reload” quote sent a clear message. That message was not that Palin was to blame, but that the media is absolutely terrified of Sarah Palin and the possibilities in her political future. They have unleashed everything they have against this woman and she is still standing there, more popular than ever. They have failed in their attempts to destroy her.

This brings us to Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank. On […] → Keep reading

Target Dupnik

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik has been all over the news lately blaming everyone from Sarah Palin to Rush Limbaugh for the tragic shooting in his county. It’s time for Republicans to set their sights on replacing him.

Dupnik is up for reelection in 2012 and should be an easy target for a Republican candidate. Over the last five years Dupnik has gone over his budget by several million dollars each year. This fact alone should be all the ammunition an opponent should need. But, Dupnik’s media-inspired vitriol against conservatives is just an added bonus that places his reelection in the crosshairs and should make the next Sheriff’s election a turkey shoot.

Clearly, Dupnik has relished his fifteen minutes of fame, but his political attacks have missed the bullseye and have scored only with the left.

Arizona Republicans should bring out the big guns and take their best shot at this sorry excuse for a Sheriff. By aiming high […] → Keep reading