Republican Representative says there’s ‘probably’ enough votes in the House to impeach Obama (Video)
Who knew there were that many spines? Not me:
President Barack Obama has acted so unlawfully that he ‘probably’ wouldn’t survive an impeachment vote in the House of Representatives, Republican Rep. Lou Barletta told a radio host on Monday.
‘He’s just absolutely ignoring the Constitution, and ignoring the laws and ignoring the checks and balances,’ the Pennsylvania lawmaker told News Radio 910 WSBA personality Gary Sutton yesterday.
‘The problem is, what do you do?’ Barletta continued. ‘For those that say impeach him for breaking the laws or bypassing the laws – could that pass in the House? It probably could.’
So what? What good would that do when Sen. Harry Reid wouldn’t do anything about it?
Taking action against lawlessness in important, but, what if that action is taken at the wrong time?
Wouldn’t it be better to action to be taken after the Republicans have the Senate?
I think so. What about you?
Here’s the video:
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