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Breaking House Republicans put impeachment on the table, say Obama close to dictatorship
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[quote:Oldmotherhubbard:MV8yMzgxOTA3XzQwNzU3MDE1XzE4MzZEOTk4] But she argued it may be necessary because citizens are on the cusp of civil disobedience because they’re so fed up with Obama’s “thuggery.” “I think we could be on the cusp of seeing civil disobedience — I’m not saying I want civil disobedience — but people aren’t going to take the thuggery of this president much longer,” she said. “We see thuggery going on in the White House, we’re not going to take it. We’ve drawn a line in the sand, and we’re telling the president you need to recognize ... that you are a co-equal branch of government. You are not a dictator.” http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/327491-bachmann-house-could-impeach-dictator-obama Sadly a house impeachment wouldn't remove him from office though. [/quote]
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann had tough words for Obama, even going so far as to suggest impeachment should be on the table.
She told Rusty Humphries in a conference call sponsored by TeaParty.net on Tuesday that “we can have an impeachment hearing in the house” because Obama “has committed impeachable offenses.”
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