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Obama Finally in Real Trouble

TruthandFreedom Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 5:50 PM
The fraud enacts 20+ executive orders!!! Will you and the rest of our lame congress finally take impeachment action? If not have the balls to call him on the fact that he violates his own law shown in his obamacare. Make any law contingent on him proving his eligibility of office!!! If he is so heartened by this then he should want to prove his eligibilty to get these laws passed for these kids that his heart so fakingly goes out to! Plus first to go is all protection for his family!!! My family is just as important to me as his is to him!! LORD Obama flips congress the bird, Congress responds by bending over and enjoying it!! Take action or resign!!!!
dsowder Wrote: Apr 19, 2013 3:21 PM

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