Krauthammer: ‘Impeachable Offense’ (Video)
Of course Krauthammer is completely right here, and there are many many more reasons to impeach King Obama, but certainly amnesty and Obama's continual disregard for the constitution is one of the most obvious and most profound.
If the Republicans don't impeach Obama (and I seriously doubt they do) then this should be MORE evidence that the Republican's are either completely hoodwinked by the assault on our nation from the far left over the past 6 years (for the sake of this argument, but really much longer) or they are complicit.
Just for the record, I'm not buying they are hoodwinked.
Republicans can "strategize" all they want about how it would "look bad" in the eyes of some(mostly media) to impeach Obama, or they could take a stand against Tyranny and the overall rape and destruction of the U.S. constitution they have sworn to protect and defend, it is really that simple.
Congress should be doing what is morally right, not worrying about posturing themselves with their next election in view. Be bold and be courageous past your own rhetoric and the country will follow you. Be weak-kneed and compromising like you've been for the past how many years now (?) and you will find yourselves forgotten and irrelevant in short order.
Charles Krauthammer said on Fox News tonight that amnesty via executive order is an "impeachable offense."
Watch his comments to Megyn Kelly:
"Look, I believe it is an impeachable offense," Krauthammer told Kelly.
"If the circumstances were different, if we were at the beginning of a presidency, if we hadn't had years when the Congress has been supine and unresponsive at other grabs of their authority by the executive--like Obama unilaterally changing Obamacare after it was passed about 30 times with no response from the Congress--the same as Obama essentially re-writing some of the drug laws.
"This idea of prosecutorial discretion is really a travesty. It is intended for extreme cases. For a case where you want to show mercy for an individual or two where it's unusual incident, unusual circumstances and you say, okay, we're going to give this person a pass. It was never intended to abolish a whole class of people subject to a law and to essentially abolish whole sections of a law. And that's exactly what's happening here."