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Shock Poll: 73% Support The Impeachment of President Obama NOW 14% More At Some Point

Nixon Had Dignity To Resign

By Gary P Jackson

As many as 84% of Americans polled support the impeachment of President Barack Obama either now, or at some point in the future.

Not a purely scientific poll, but early Tuesday morning the Drudge Report posted a link to an article by Pat Buchanan that named all of the reasons impeaching President Obama would be a mistake. Later in the day Governor Sarah Palin boldly and forcefully called for Obama’s impeachment.

Drudge, whose website sees billions of visitors a year, then put up a poll asking readers, who make up every political persuasion, whether or not President Obama should be impeached.

The poll is still live, so raw vote numbers may change, but as of 8:00 AM Central time the results are as follows:

SHOULD REPUBLICANS IMPEACH OBAMA?

Yes: 209,381 votes 73%

No: 36,603 votes 13%

Not now: 41,158 votes 14%

I doubt anyone is shocked by the high number of folks who support the impeachment of President Obama. It’s the 14% of those who say “not now” that intrigues me. After Governor Palin called for Obama’s impeachment, the reaction was immediate and greatly divided. I checked in on social media, such as Twitter, as well as well known Conservative and pretend conservative websites. Fear and politics dominated those who thought impeachment was a bad idea.

Those against impeaching the President never spoke to the Rule of Law, or saving the United States from a vicious, lawless tyrant. Instead they all feared it would end in election losses for Republicans. Some expressed concern this would make Obama a martyr to his radical extremist base, and motivate then to get out the vote against Republicans in 2014 and 2016. Others expressed concern over impeaching the first black president. Well, we already did that when we impeached President Bill Clinton, who had already been given the title of America’s “first black president” by his moon-bat base.

Truth is, democrats have been screaming “racist” at the top of their lungs since 2008 to deflect ANY criticism of President Obama. Impeaching this lawless devil isn’t going to make one iota of difference in how racialist democrats handle themselves.

I’d be curious to know what those who say “ not now” in the Drudge poll are using to justify their answer. Is it politics? Fear? What?

Though it will certainly get political, impeachment is a Constitutional process. A legal process. The House of Representatives act as a grand jury would in a civilian trial, voting to either indict [impeach] or had down a no bill, refusing to indict. The actual trial is held by the Senate. Once the President is impeached, the Senate is REQUIRED to hold a trial. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid [D-NV], who routinely blocks important legislation from the House, would NOT be able to stop the process. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, would preside over President Obama’s trial.

After all evidence is presented, the 100 members of the Senate would then vote on whether to convict President Obama for all or part of his numerous crimes, or acquit. It would take 75 yes votes to convict on each charge. That vote would indeed be political.

The fact is, as lawless as Obama is, it would be very easy to paint any democrat [or worthless liberal Republican] who refuses to convict, as being as corrupt and lawless as President Obama. One could make the case that anyone who still supports the President needs to be on trial with him. Voting against holding the President accountable would definitely be used to defeat any democrat OR Republican [who refused to convict] in upcoming elections. It would, and should be a stain on their careers that will last for all of eternity.

This isn’t like impeaching President Bill Clinton for lying to Congress, perjury, and suborning perjury. [all felonies punishable by serious prison time] The crimes Obama has committed against America, and humanity in general, are serious. Lives have been lost in the United States, and around the world, thanks to Obama’s criminal acts.

Again, the Drudge poll is not scientific, but it should be a powerful reminder to those timid individuals, who cower in fear, that enough is enough, and Americans have had enough!

We strongly support the impeachment of President Barack Obama for High Crimes and Misdemeanors, as well as High Treason.

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Great Video: Sarah Palin – Liberty University Convocation

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In a sit-down, conversational interview on stage with President Jerry Falwell, Jr. and Vice President for Communications Johnnie Moore, Palin talked about her motivation to keep standing for “time-tested truths” — the same truths Liberty upholds — when she is attacked by the mainstream media for her conservative views.

This is what inspires me — you,” she told the arena of more than 10,000 students. “ … What inspires me and allows me to keep going and standing strong is being in a place like this.”

By Gary P Jackson

A great question and answer session at Liberty University. Governor Palin talks about being a force for good in the world, and having a strong grounding in the Christian faith. This is definitely worth your time and reflection on a COLD winter day:

Read more about the event here.

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Sarah Palin: Honoring JFK by Protecting Our Republic

JFK Ask Not

By Sarah Palin:

May this day honor the late President John F. Kennedy. In his honor, and to protect our republic, Americans implore today’s elected leaders to exercise virtuous truth and integrity in office.

Shockingly to some, the White House and Senate Democrats, desperate for a winning political talking point before Congress’s Thanksgiving vacation, just did the opposite.

Liberals just changed 230 years of enduring Senate rules by enacting the “Nuclear Option” that will now let just 51 votes approve the President’s nominees, and thus prevent dissenting Senators from filibustering controversial appointees who’ll be charged with decision making that affects our lives.

This is significant as further proof that our government is so broken. When politicians can’t get anything to work, they change rules and hope we’ll just get distracted. The hugely divisive, dysfunctional “Nuclear Option” sets a terrible precedent. Mark Levin appropriately calls it “the latest act of leftist tyranny.” It’s also leftist hypocrisy. Back under Republican control of the Senate, Democrats blocked President Bush’s judicial appointees. You should have heard Harry Reid and then-Senators Barack Obama and Joe Biden freak out in railing against the “danger… arrogance… poison” of the Republican majority even considering enacting such a rule change. To ensure cooperation and unity in balancing power for We the People, Republicans wisely did not change the rules.

But that was then. Now this makes for a nice Thanksgiving distraction for the left, but Americans are awake today – we’re not easily distracted with turkeys like this.

Do these far leftists realize Americans will not be chatting cheerfully around our Thanksgiving tables about how Obama and Reid nuked Senate rules? No, if political speak befalls dinner, we’ll no doubt vent about losing health insurance, seeing premiums skyrocket, not being able to afford unworkable Obamacare plans, and still wanting socialized healthcare scrapped altogether. We’ll discuss disappointment in the President and his Party for lying to us.

But don’t let this distraction ruin your Thanksgiving, America! Be thankful for at least one thing revealed in this latest radical act of the far left: more Americans are now stirred from slumber! Only a Butterball’s serotonin-induced sleepiness after dinner will lull us back in; Senate power grabbing distractions won’t do it.

Harry Reid says Fuck You

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid [Democrat-Nevada] has a sincere message for you, the American people

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Sarah Palin RIPS Alaska Senator Mark Begich: Really, Mark? Really?

Sarah Palin BOOM Taste My Nightstick

By Gary P Jackson

This should get tongues wagging! A couple of hours ago, Governor Sarah Palin posted this scathing critique of Alaska’s Mark Begich:

Margaret Thatcher used to say, “I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.” So, thank you, Mark Begich, for making me and others exceptionally cheery today!

Mark, after looking at your voting record I can see why you are looking for a distraction. You have voted FOR Obamacare, FOR massive tax increases, FOR carbon taxes which could cost Alaskans 21,000 jobs, AGAINST pro-life legislation, and there’s so much more.

You even flip-flopped to oppose the nation’s balanced budget amendment. You agree with, and vote with, ultra-liberal Senators Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid approximately 90% of the time.

Mark, you recently said, “Alaskans pick who they want based on what’s good for Alaska.” Couldn’t agree more, Mark, which is why many hope to see great changes for our great state following the upcoming 2014 election.

In the meantime, we suppose we’ll see much more playing of the ol’ Washington political game using those inside D.C. reporters each time you have to distract from yet another bad vote for Alaska in the U.S. Senate. It cheers us up and gives us good opportunity to remind Alaskans just how loyal to the Obama agenda you have been.

~ Sarah Palin

When talk of Governor Palin running for the Senate emerged this week, Begich went whining to the left wing clowns over at POLITICO, which is what set Governor Palin off, I’m sure.

It should be noted that while Begich used personal attacks and typical hate-filled democrat rhetoric, Governor Palin simply called out this loser’s anti-American voting record.

As I noted here, this is how Governor Palin rolls, and how she conducts winning campaigns.

Mark Begich

The soon to be EX-Senator from Alaska, Mark Begich

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Sarah Palin: Happy Independence Day, America!

By Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin Happy Independence Day

Sarah Palin Lee Greenwood God Bless The USA

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Sarah Palin: Obama’s Scandalous Hat Trick

Obama Marine Unmbrella

By Sarah Palin

Mr. President, when it rains it pours, but most Americans hold their own umbrellas. Today in the Rose Garden you dismissed the idea of a Special Counsel to investigate the IRS scandal. With that, your galling political hubris shined bright in the midst of today’s dark clouds.

Mr. President, how can we trust your Justice Department to conduct an independent investigation when there is a systemic violation of the Hatch Act throughout your administration?

Surely you are aware that the Hatch Act prevents certain federal employees from engaging in political activity. Specifically, it’s illegal for these federal employees to engage in action in support of or in opposition to a political party, a candidate for partisan political office, or a partisan political group.

Yet that is exactly what’s happened within the IRS, the Justice Department, and in the Benghazi cover-up. This scandalous hat trick is on your watch. It is not believable that you knew nothing about Obama administration actions in dealing with these scandals. And in regards to Benghazi, when you should have taken appropriate action to save American lives – for instance by calling in the Marines – you were AWOL.

Just weeks before the election your team scrubbed the Benghazi talking points in 12 different versions, lied to the American people about some YouTube video being to blame for the deaths of brave Americans who put our country first, and you prove Michael Barone right when he writes, “What actually happened in Benghazi was out of sync with the Obama campaign line.” That’s why you all did what you did. Pure raw politics were at play during a horrific time of loss.

For more evidence of Hatch Act violations right under your nose, simply consider DOJ’s “massive and unprecedented intrusion” into the free press. Do you think they picked up some political talk when tapping the phones in the House press gallery?

Your team is out of control. Those who cannot remember the past and learn from it are doomed to repeat it, and that is exactly what is happening. Look back exactly 40 years ago this week and apply that disheartening chapter of American history to the team you’ve chosen and lead today.

Some of us warned America; we cautioned voters in 2008 that a community organizer with no executive experience and no sense of accountability would be a very poor choice for the nation’s top management position.

Mr. President, you said today that you have “complete confidence” in the Attorney General. America doesn’t. Eric Holder needs to appoint an unbiased Special Counsel to investigate the illegal political action of this administration. And then Eric Holder needs to resign.

Most Americans see ominous dark clouds looming beyond the White House Rose Garden, Mr. President. They’ll roll away only when light is shined on the Obama administration’s antics, and America will only recover when you cease avoiding responsibility in this mission of yours to fundamentally transform America. For that to happen, the press had better learn from their experiences of being duped and provide a deserving public fairer, more intelligent coverage.

Speaking of coverage, glad you finally called in the Marines… shame it was just to hold your umbrella.

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Chuck Heath Jr. [Sarah Palin’s Brother]: Time for a New “American Party”

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By Gary P Jackson

Sarah Palin’s brother, Chuck Jr. has posted on Facebook what many of us are thinking. While he doesn’t suggest Sarah as the party leader, or future presidential candidate, he certainly lays out the case for her, as he describes the reasons liberals in both parties hate her!

This is an issue that I’ve been mulling over for quite a while. I wrote more about the way I’d set this up, but I wanted to get some of your feedback first. Let me know what you think.

Enough is Enough: Has the Third Party’s Time Come?

We’ve lost our way. The American political system is a mess. The divisiveness between Republicans and Democrats seems insurmountable and it’s getting worse every day. I could get into the reasons that this is happening, but I doubt that would change a thing.

It is very painful for me to see this country literally becoming unraveled at the seams… especially when I look at my own children’s future. I’ve watched friends and even family members break ties over political differences. I have watched good, smart people enter politics and seen them change for the worse over the years as they’ve become part of the political machine.

Political seniority often leads to leadership positions but has nothing to do with performance. Casting a favorable vote for something you may not even believe in, just to gain a committee chair or for some other future favor, is rampant in politics.

It’s a very dirty game and it’s the reason so many really talented people never get involved in it. It’s also the reason my sister Sarah Palin, has been so viciously attacked over the years. She refused to “play the game”. She has always stuck to her principles and because of that, she is viewed as a threat. I’ve watched people in both major parties do everything they can to demean and destroy her. And all for what… for trying to limit the size of government? For asking all of us to do our share? For insisting we spend less than we take in? For ending crony capitalism? For going above and beyond to support our military? For utilizing our natural resources in a responsible way? For praying? The list goes on.

Let’s face it. As it stands now, it’s impossible to be elected to a high national office without being a part of the Republican or Democratic Party. I propose that the disgruntled citizens of the United States… Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians… persons of every race, religion, economic status, and whoever else is interested, join together and form a new party. I’d simply call it, the American Party.

The American Party sure has a nice ring to it. It’s exactly what we need!

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Pattie Mallette, Justin Bieber’s Mom, Talks With Kevin Scholla On SarahNET Radio

Nowhere But Up

By Gary P Jackson

A very frank and powerful interview with Justin Bieber’s mom, Pattie Mallette. This is a strong woman and a good role model for us all:

Pattie Mallette is on The Palin Radio Update with Kevin Scholla! Justin Bieber’s mom talks to Kevin about her incredible book Nowhere But Up.

Hear how this unbelievably strong woman overcame sexual abuse, drug use, a suicide attempt, and more. We’ll hear why Mallette chose life while others were telling her not to. Plus a look inside her relationship with her son, Justin Bieber.

Governor Sarah Palin unfiltered on Benghazi, Susan Rice, and the ‘Fiscal Cliff‘. Also, the story of Vanessa Riddle, a brave little girl fighting for her life. Find out how you can help.

SarahNET Radio’s Steel Resolve, our weekly commentary from Sarah Steelman is featured as well. Steelman tells us why size matters to President Obama.

SarahNET Radio is ON DEMAND and available for DOWNLOAD anytime!

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Sarah Palin: Obama Got His Sandy Photo Op Then Jetted off to Vegas to Party with Jay-Z

By Gary P Jackson

Friday night Sarah Palin appeared on the Sean Hannity Show to talk about Hurricane Sandy and Tuesday’s election.

Sarah notes people are freezing, without power, and have even died due to Sandy, and yet all Obama does is fly in for a quick photo op with liberal NJ Governor Chris Christie then jet off to Las Vegas for yet another party with Jay-Z and the Hollywood crowd.

It’s interesting how the corrupt media, which Sarah comments on, is covering Obama here, vs how they covered [and lied about] President George W Bush during Katrina.

Video courtesy our friends at SarahNet.

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Kevin Scholla interviews Chuck Heath Sr. on SarahNet Radio

By Gary P Jackson

Kevin Scholla interviews Sarah Palin’s dad, Chuck Heath Sr. This is a man you’d love to have as your next door neighbor! Great stuff:

Chuck Heath Sr. is the guest on The Palin Update with Kevin Scholla! In part two of a two part special presentation, Sarah Palin’s father talks about Our Sarah: Made In Alaska, the new book he wrote with Chuck Heath Jr. about the incredible Governor Palin.

This proud dad discusses Sarah’s childhood, as well as her rise to national prominence. Mr. Heath and Kevin also talk about NFL support for Sarah Palin, the Our Sarah book tour, and even the Heath’s very talented dog. Tune in NOW for this engaging interview with Chuck Heath Sr. SarahNET Radio is ON DEMAND and available for DOWNLOAD anytime!

Audio courtesy SarahNet Radio.

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