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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 14 hours ago (2:52 PM)
Uh Huh. Sure.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 14 hours ago (2:37 PM)
That is so funny WJF, coming from a guy who would gleefully vote for Obama if he had the one and only qualification he requires, a little r after his name. I voted Constitution Party. Something you could never support. Something you would rather make fun of than support. I wouldn't want your vote if you tried to slip it under the door.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 14 hours ago (2:33 PM)
I have general agreement with you, but the fact remains that our republicans gave us the bailouts.. Our republicans are trying to give us amnesty. Either of these has the potential of wiping us out economically. Amnesty could wipe out the republican party all together. On a state level, you are correct. We have some good republican governors. On a national level, the presidential candidates we get from the parties are predestined to be oath-breaking, unconstitutionally-minded moderate progressives.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 15 hours ago (2:12 PM)
My observation is that many voters express the right opinions about America, but their party has convinced them that they shouldn't vote what they want. Rather they should vote for the republican candidate no matter what kind of saint or snake they may be. I see daily all the people here claiming to be conservative and pronouncing their desire for smaller government. But they don't vote that way. They have conceded defeat so badly that they refuse to even speak well of candidates that want the same thing they do. We have always had a choice to vote for what we want.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:46 PM)
I have made my choice to support the United States of America. You have chosen to support a major political party that stabs is people in the back as often as they don't. The only viable alternative to what we have now is for you, and many who likewise have accepted defeat, to wake up and realize we all really do have an option of voting for decent people who want to honor the nation our founders made for us.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 15 hours ago (1:38 PM)
Poor effort there Ronald. You are a purist big-party republican. You are fine with republicans decimating the constitution. Just not fine with democrats doing it. It's not a battle over which Party gets to keep the next temporary majority. It's a battle for our freedom, our law, our country. It's bigger than our guys winning elections or their guys. Its about finding ways to hold them ALL accountable to their sworn duties. **Yes. I do believe the shutdown was republicans doing their jobs. Standing up in opposition is fine with me.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 16 hours ago (1:28 PM)
Ok. Let me rephrase. You are not going to get this fantasy of a republican majority for decades. We just went through a few years of that and the country moved more to the left.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 16 hours ago (1:26 PM)
There are a whole lot of people that need to be impeached. 4 justices among them.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 16 hours ago (1:24 PM)
No. Its Obama's fault. The republicans just don't have the guts to stop him.
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CNN Poll: 35 Percent Want Obama Impeached

Fuzzy2 Wrote: 16 hours ago (12:50 PM)
He may be horrific, monstrous, treasonous and vile, but apparently those are not good enough reasons to impeach him.
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