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The Clarity of the Obama Sequester

obmug Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 3:50 PM
What good would that do? The GOP's slim majority in the House might be sufficient to get articles of impeachment out of committee and onto the floor itself. But what is likely to happen if the Senate sits to hear a full-blown trial? How many of the sitting Democrat senators do you think would vote to convict? How many Republicans might vote to acquit to avoid the charge of "racism". And, what crimes and misdemeanors do you think would be likely to survive a vigorous defense? Citizenship, and therefore eligibility to be President, may well be one of them - but good luck trying to convince the Senate conclusively on that potential charge - unfortunately.

President Obama's sequester -- he designed it, he demanded it, and it is about to kick in -- will have many consequences, some bad, some very helpful.

On the negative side, Stars & Stripes reports that Department of Defense officials are exploring how to collapse the school week to four days at some schools on military bases that serve the children of our troops. This is an incredible admission of the president's indifference to the troops he leads. As he has played politics for the past four months since his re-election, he has used the military and its personnel and families...