Poll: 1 in 4 Democrats Want Obama Impeached

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ImpeachNow32In the wake of a flood of scandals rocking President Barack Obama’s ivory tower, Wenzel Strategies conducted a telephone poll last Thursday for WND.  I found their results surprising and encouraging. It revealed that a growing number of Americans believe that President Obama should be impeached.

Fritz Wenzel, President of Wenzel Strategies summed up the poll results, saying:

“It may be early in the process for members of Congress to start planning for impeachment of Barack Obama, but the American public is building a serious appetite for it.”

“Half or nearly half of those surveyed said they believed Obama should be impeached for the trifecta of scandals now consuming Washington.”

When they broke it down to the individual scandals, the results still indicate that Obama’s popularity is changing from hero to villain.  Poll results for the Benghazi scandal indicated that 50.1% of Americans say that Obama should be impeached.  Perhaps the most surprising result was 27.6% of Democrats that responded to the poll on Benghazi said that the president should be impeached.

When asked about the IRS scandal that only became public less than 2 weeks ago, 49% said that Obama should be impeached and again, 24.4% of Democrats responding said Obama should be impeached because of the scandal.

The third scandal covered by the poll involved the Obama administration’s invasion of the AP reporter’s telephone records.  On this scandal, 48.6% said they believe Obama should be impeached and 26.1% of Democrats also responded in favor of impeachment.


Three Fox News Staffers Targeted By Justice Department

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Well it’s pretty obvious this administration is trying to intimidate journalists and their 1st amendment rights, very obvious. Don’t forget the AP scandal recently with the Justice Dept. as well.(lawless)

Fox News reports that three Fox staffers, two reporters and one producer, were targeted by Barack Obama’s Justice Department. Fox doesn’t have all the details yet on reporter William La Jeunesse and producer Mike Levine, but their emails showed up in a IG report regarding Fast and Furious. Either their emails were leaked by the Justice Department officials they were sent to, or the email accounts of both were subpoenaed and invaded by government investigators.

The IG report does say that subpoenas were issued to obtain emails. Whose email was targeted is not yet known.

The third staffer is reporter James Rosen. The Washington Post‘s story behind that is downright chilling. What we have here is a case of the Obama Administration criminalizing reporting.

According to the Washington Post, upon hearing learning of Rosen’s report, the White House launched what many believe is an unprecedented leak probe that went so far as to criminalize standard news-gathering.

Because the Justice Department believes the source of the leak to Rosen was Jin-Woo Kim, a government adviser, he is facing federal charges that could land him a 10-year prison sentence.

But in their zeal to dig into reporter Rosen’s part in this (and supposedly firm up their case against Kim), the Post reports that FBI agent Regineld Reyes claimed there was “evidence Rosen had broken the law, ‘at the very least, either as an aider, abettor and/or co-conspirator.’”

After building their case against Kim, the Obama administration then went after Rosen, using his badge to trace his whereabouts in the State Department. But they also wanted Rosen’s emails. The Post writes that in order to do this, because of legal protections offered the media, the case had to be made that Rosen was a co-conspirator in a criminal conspiracy to leak national security secrets:

Privacy protections limit searching or seizing a reporter’s work, but not when there is evidence that the journalist broke the law against unauthorized leaks. A federal judge signed off on the search warrant — agreeing that there was probable cause that Rosen was a co-conspirator.

Rosen said the government never contacted him. (lawless)

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Obamacare will Compel Doctors to Ask About Your Guns

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This is what happens when government gets involved in anything. It is obvious that this administration if obsessed with taking people’s guns and the 2nd amendment. I personally think the obsession is with dire intentions to us. There is a video at the link below.

Stuart Varney expressed amazement at the intrusive questions that doctors can ask patients.

Stuart Varney said this morning on “Varney & Co.” that one of his producers was given a questionnaire with some surprisingly intrusive questions on it when he switched doctors. One of the questions was whether he/she was concerned about unsecured weapons in the home. Another asked whether he/she was “in a relationship in which you have been physically hurt or are you afraid of your partner?”


Lamar Alexander vowes stave off primary foes by using overwhelming force

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Well Lamar Alexander knows he isn’t liked too well in Tn, but he doesn’t care…..Read the quote below from Lamar Alexander, he has just declared war on the democratic process in Tennessee:

“I’m running a Colin Powell military operation, which is assemble an overwhelming force, focus on a single target and have the stomach to see it all the way through to the end,” Alexander said in an interview.

This man will happily spit in the eye of every Tennessee voter. He doesn’t care about the democratic process of open debate because he is Lamar Alexander. Lamar is declaring that HE is in control of Tennessee politics. With all of his millionaire donors backing him up he is declaring he will crush anyone who wants an open debate of his pitiful voting record.

The Republican establishment in Tennessee should be churning out Press Releases denouncing Lamar but they are too afraid to dissent, too afraid they will be crushed by his political machine. Just one more reason to repeal the 17th amendment here in Tn.

Lamar Alexander has an inventive way of fending off potential primary foes, one that could be a model for GOP incumbents running in 2014.

Drop by their house for iced tea

Just ask Monty Lankford, who threatened to challenge Alexander in a 2014 primary. On a recent afternoon, the Tennessee Republican met Lankford’s family at their home outside of Nashville, then sat down with his one-time foe for iced tea and cheese and crackers. The result: Lankford joined Alexander’s campaign team as its co-chairman and a chief fundraiser.

The iced tea summit is indicative of the new, more aggressive tactics being employed by Republican senators to fend off primary foes in 2014. Instead of waiting for insurgents to catch them asleep at the switch, GOP incumbents running in 2014 — like Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Pat Roberts of Kansas and John Cornyn of Texas — are acting early and proactively to ensure no serious challenger emerges.“I’m running a Colin Powell military operation, which is assemble an overwhelming force, focus on a single target and have the stomach to see it all the way through to the end,” Alexander said in an interview.

And some of the senators are finding ways to push issues in Washington that resonate back home, including last week, when the Senate passed a McConnell-Alexander plan they called the Freedom to Fish Act targeting federal restrictions along a river their states share.

Republican senators facing reelection next year are determined to avoid a repeat of 2010 and 2012, when tea party upstarts took out veteran GOP stalwarts Bob Bennett of Utah and Dick Lugar of Indiana. They are doing so by aggressively lobbying prospective foes to join their campaigns rather than challenge them, much as Roberts did in persuading two possible opponents to join his team.

Incumbents like McConnell have built campaign machines designed in part to scare off prospective primary foes while they meet privately with tea party activists. Indeed, McConnell won the endorsement of TheTeaParty.net after privately discussing his views with their representatives.

The lack of tea party challengers has significant implications in the national fight for control of the narrowly divided Senate. If a GOP senator were to lose the primary, Democratic chances of winning that seat would improve dramatically and help the party keep control of the chamber.

  • Karen Bracken13 hours ago

    Alexander is talking like a man that knows the end of his political career is very near. The people of Tennessee are tired of his globalist attitude. He has done more harm to this country than most and it is time to send him packing. He has stolen Tennessee land and put it in the hands of the federal government, he has destroyed education in America!!! He serves Lamar Alexander not the people and it is time for him retire.

  • youallsuck19 hours ago

    This still doesn’t count as ‘staving off primary foes’. The primary has to actually start for it to mean that. This is more about the Republican Senators setting themselves up for the primary. Staving off pre-primary foes is more apt.