The writing and the blogging and the videotaping on America’s wall seem to be indicating that our vacation-loving president is on the ropes and that his five-year campaign to transform our fundamentally middle of the road country into a pathetic replica of the defunct U.S.S.R. is falling like a leftist rock into a right wing ocean.
Ok, that simile limps just a tad but the evidence is still abundantly clear that President Barack Hussein Obama is in serious trouble, as is his Obamacare legacy, his misbegotten foreign policies, his personal popularity, his mainstream media support, and even public trust in his integrity.
One proof of the growing hysteria in the Obama camp is the Democratic National Committee’s Saturday evening email urging supporters to vote for Democrats in 2014 so that Republicans won’t be able to impeach their leader during the next Congress.
The shamelessly desperate email virtually begged those supporters to contribute to the DNC’s 2014 efforts and asked them to consider, “What do these people all have in common?” The DNC then answered its own question by featuring quotes from various Republicans who are considering impeaching Obama for any number of his numerous instances of presidential misconduct and claimed, “Republicans are actually excited about the idea” of impeachment.
And, why wouldn’t they be “excited”? After all, Obama did solemnly swear (or affirm) that he would ”faithfully execute the office of President of the United States” and would to the best of his “ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
Whether the president’s actions and inactions rise to the level of “high crimes and misdemeanors” will be determined by the House of Representatives and settled by the Senate but Bill Clinton’s lying under sacred oath pales in comparison to the litany of charges that could be brought against him.
A partial list: failure to execute laws (DOMA), tampering with existing law (Obamacare), exploding the national debt, using the IRS for political purposes, bowing and scraping to world leaders, accepting millions in illegal campaign contributions from foreigners, failing to secure our national borders, mocking the Constitution by firing the GM CEO, lying about Benghazi and the Fast and Furious gun-running operation, ignoring bankruptcy laws with GM bondholders and awarding the UAW with shares of GM and Chrysler stock, awarding the IMF greater control over our economy, violating the War Powers Act regarding Libya, alienating loyal allies, supporting Eric Holder’s racist applications of the law, and trashing the First Amendment’s guaranty of religious freedom.
Former Black Panther Party leader Larry Pinkney is also excited and wants the public to know Obama is a liar, a fraud, and not really America’s president. Pinkney said just that in a recent interview on Carl Gallups’ program on WEBY radio where he unequivocably contended that Obama is a liar, a “fraud” and “not even the President” because he was nothing more than a “pawn” with a hidden political agenda aimed at separating people.
None of the above more fully substantiate the conservative resurgence and Barack Obama’s decline and fall than the rapid decline and fall of his diehard talk radio sycophants.
Conservatives such as Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity have consistently beaten their liberal competition and are thriving; leftist Air America went the way of dodo birds and now New York’s WWRL has announced it will become a Spanish station, effectively dumping arch-leftists Ed Schultz and Alan Colmes and, adding well-deserved insult to injury, Los Angeles’ KTLK has opted for conservative voices and San Francisco’s sole liberal station, KNEW, has announced it will also also rid itself of liberal hosts.
Aside from his know-nothing, low-information voters who would vote for him three, four, or more times if they could as long as they get their government checks or food stamps or disability payments or extended unemployment benefits, Americans are bailing in droves on Barack Hussein Obama and his long forgotten hopey-dopey change.
Will all this translate into a Republican rout next November? That would depend on whether the GOP continues its public and private in-fighting over the Tea Party and other issues. Will it result in the election of a Republican president in 2016? That, too, is dependent on ending the petty ideological squabbles in the name of party unity–and whether the GOP nominates someone other than a RINO this time around and picks a true conservative.
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, anyone?