So, how long before the call for impeachment?

How long 'til the cry for impeachment?

  • immediately after election

  • less than 2 years

  • during the 3rd or 4th year

  • not at all


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theletch1

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Well, it appears that we Americans just love to scream for the impeachment of presidents. It's happened on a fairly regular basis for any number of reasons. My question, only half tongue in cheek, is how long before we hear the call to impeach the president that will be elected today.
 

Bob Hubbard

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Soon as a majority realizes that nothings changed.
 

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We should be able to impeach them for lying during their campaign. They are voted in largely due to the promises they make after all....If you or I lied during a job interview that would be grounds for termination so the same rules should apply IMHO
 

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How long before using the word "impeachment" means you're a racist?
 

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If McCain takes it, 2 years.

If Obama takes it, never because , and I don't care if it isn't "polite" it's just how I realistically see it, I cannot see him finishing his first term. One of those Nutzi groups, or many in concert, will make enough tries that eventually, sadly or not, they WILL succeed.

And then we'll be stuck with Biden who's an even BIGGER whackjob.
 

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Can I change my vote?

I want to impeach him now. Don't wait to see who wins, start filing the paperwork now!
After all, Clinton got hammered over some goo on a dress, and Bush got a bye despite a dozen Constitutional violations. So, it makes no sense, so I say file even if you don't know what you're filing! We can always flesh it out with beaver pelt harvesting subsidies, and whatnot.
 

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No. I want him mpeached now. Better yet, make it last week.
I dont want to wait for the results. :D
 

Brian R. VanCise

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Let's hope we're "over" this.

That is where I stand to. I hope our country moves a little bit forward!
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