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How about this for my point. If you take the time to read the majority of posts on this thread, Obama is blamed for something that occurred 4+ years before he assumed office. I invite to to come to your own conclusions.
All of you idiots blaming Obama for this scenario should do some basic math. According to the article, this occurred in June 2004 and a trial was held 5 months later, which would also make that in 2004. All of this happened during the administration of GWB, but I'm positive that your rabid hatred of anything Obama won't stop you from laying the blame entirely at his feet even though it would be 4 1/2 years before he takes the oath of office.
So Depair101, you're taking out your frustrations with your economic failures on the president. Perhaps you should have studied harder or learned a skill. Besides that, the topic is impeachment not your shortcomings.
Cons-please,oh please go for impeachment. This action will only reinforce your wild eyed hatred for anything Obama under any circumstances. Bring up articles of impeachment in the HR and vote on them. Realize the Senate will not remove the President from office AND that voters, other than your rabid followers, will roll their eyes in disgust for the waste of time.Do you really think the average voter will decide that a failure to notify Congress in the required time trumps the return of one of our soldiers (even if he is flawed) after five years in captivity with the Taliban?
When are you all going to learn that while conservatives are hoping to win a few battles, they have already lost the war on gay marriage. If you don't like it or believe it is against your religion, don't marry someone of the same sex. Previous posters refer to adultery, deviant sex etc. and I've go a news flash for you. Those behaviors aren't exclusive to homosexuality, they occur in all segments of society. You're all just a bunch of bigots who don't like homosexuals because it offends your delicate sensibilities. And for the record, I've got no dog in this fight. I'm been married to a person of the opposite sex for 38 years, have 3 heterosexual children and have no known homosexual relatives (although I do expect I've got some relatives who are hiding their true sexuality).
Rants like this make me wonder why women don't generally support Republican policies... And yes, that's sarcasm for those of you who are wondering.
Please, oh please, Adam West for president and Sarah Palin (or Michelle Bachmann) for VP. A ticket that would go down in roaring flames!!
Per my conversation with my own physician and my neighbor who is a nurse practitioner both in a medical clinic associated Mercy Health Services. When I asked if they were seeing greatly increased patient loads, they both shrugged and answered there seemed to be a few more people but nothing that was giving them any problems. There are about 10 physicians, PAs and Nurse Practitioners in this group.
I can think of lots of medical situations that are completely preventable. Type 2 Diabetes is completely preventable by diet and exercise. Auto crash injuries caused by drunk drivers are 100% preventable. Foot trauma caused by sticking your foot under a lawn mower is completely preventable. Where are you going to draw the line????? I will repeat, society needs to decide what medical procedures/treatments are the accepted norms and require that insurance pay for those costs. The people most qualified to decide that are doctors, not politicians. As for Mud's accusation that this is a call for government micromanagement, someone has to set the standards, would you rather that insurance companies set that standard?
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Poll: Is Mark Pryor Pulling Away in AR?

Neil99 Wrote: May 12, 2014 6:51 PM
And your comment is, in a nutshell, one of the major reasons why women don't vote Republican. Hard to believe...you're not married!
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Poll: Is Mark Pryor Pulling Away in AR?

Neil99 Wrote: May 12, 2014 4:59 PM
Quote from the article "There are three demographics that are seemingly tipping the scales in favor of Sen. Pryor: They are independents (48/41), women (55/35), and African-Americans (85/6). " These are the reasons why Cotton is behind. Your message cannot appeal to a small subset of the electorate, eg-old, white males and expect to win general elections.
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