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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

Yes. He's president and not an indentured servant. So like any of us, he can quit if he'd like to. But don't hold your breath in hope of Biden becoming president, since Obama quitting is about as likely as Boehner's Congress having approval numbers above 20%. Never happen.

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Yes. He's president and not an indentured servant. So like any of us, he can quit if he'd like to. But don't hold your breath in hope of Biden becoming president, since Obama quitting is about as likely as Boehner's Congress having approval numbers above 20%. Never happen.

 

I'm certain that's what Richard Nixon's supporters said about his possible resignation: Never happen.

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I'm certain that's what Richard Nixon's supporters said about his possible resignation: Never happen.

I remember the night it imploded, and Nixon violated the constitutional separation of powers, creating a crisis. And believe me, we all saw the end coming for him, even in my family, which was Republican, and still is, save that of myself.

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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

Only in your juvenile imagination. In the real world, not so much.

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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

Uh huh...a far fetched scenario based on YOUR paranoid misconceptions? Stay up all night thinking about this.

 

The GOPs won't have the grounds or numbers to even BEGIN House Impeachment....there's no real CRIME to base it upon. You CAN NOT do it based on...Oh Crap the guy is halfways BLACK. You can't do it on the basis of "sore loser" politics. The GOP...is apt to LOSE a few Senate seats....Gerrymandering has zero impact there. Odds the GOPs can PRESSURE Obama to quit early...are about 99-1 at best and they'd need SOMETHING to pop up to even get that. Are the Repubs eager to have Biden the President? Okay..the RACIST faction might be...but....so WHAT. GRIDLOCK politics is INEVITABLE till at least the '14 elections and perhaps until 2016 and beyond.

 

Classic BOZO to throw in the generic "insult" of "Neo-Marxist" when Obama has not even been a very "lefty" liberal. FLAUNT your ignorance? What a cute tactic...what next...throw a tantrum and pee your pants?

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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

it's possible, but don't hope for such an event. let him finish the term as the loser he is. if he gets taken out early, he will be portrayed as a race martyr

and go down in the history books as such. his resignation or dismissal will only make liberalism stronger. it wouldn't surprise me if it happens just to make that point.

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Only in your juvenile imagination. In the real world, not so much.

Yeah...reality gap in that Obama DOES a lot of " debate and discussion " and does it well...mostly. I'm seeing NOBODY on the GOP end that can really do much "Debate and discussion" aside from perhaps Christie and Huntsman, two guys the radical fringe types HATE for being.....TRUTHFUL sometimes.

 

The "standard" now for a chunk of the GOP...is to be a pathological LIAR with sociopathic tendencies. WTF? You think that sells?

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Yeah...reality gap in that Obama DOES a lot of " debate and discussion " and does it well...mostly. I'm seeing NOBODY on the GOP end that can really do much "Debate and discussion" aside from perhaps Christie and Huntsman, two guys the radical fringe types HATE for being.....TRUTHFUL sometimes.

 

The "standard" now for a chunk of the GOP...is to be a pathological LIAR with sociopathic tendencies. WTF? You think that sells?

Well, on AM talkradio, and Fox anyway.

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It's not a preposterous idea--Whangdoodle Barry quitting before his term expires in January, 2017.

 

If the Demon-crats fail to take back the House next year and simultaneously lose the Senate, Whangdoodle faces a majority Republican Congress that will completely block all of his neo-Marxist schemes and possibly reverse some cherished liberal legislation.

 

That's not the worst of it. A Republican Congress could very well initiate impeachment proceedings against Barry's very corrupt thugocracy.

 

What would Barry look forward to if such a scenario came to pass? Not much. Furthermore, if a Republican candidate won the presidency, Barry would face the additional humiliation of turning presidential power over to his most hated enemies--the Republicans.

 

It's well known, Barry doesn't like discussion or debate. A premature exit would express what Barry probably feels about American traditions and the rule of law.

 

What's a whangdoodle and what kind of drugs are you on?

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it's possible, but don't hope for such an event. let him finish the term as the loser he is. if he gets taken out early, he will be portrayed as a race martyr

and go down in the history books as such. his resignation or dismissal will only make liberalism stronger. it wouldn't surprise me if it happens just to make that point.

Tactically....this view is not far off from a GOP angle......if there's an unprecedented and baseless GOP attempt at a COUP...where....the one REAL aspect is racial...the GOP is screwing itself and opening the door for a NEW 3rd party to step up as the Sane Conservative voice...leaving Repubs as the George Wallace fringe...but...with less concern for the working class.

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But don't hold your breath in hope of Biden becoming president, since Obama quitting is about as likely as Boehner's Congress having approval numbers above 20%. Never happen.

 

If a Repub wins the presidency in 2016 and they win the Senate, lots of great bills will pass, including the repeal of Obama-care.

 

At which point Congressional approval would exceed 20%.

 

So "never" is hopefully just a few years away. :D

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Tactically....this view is not far off from a GOP angle......if there's an unprecedented and baseless GOP attempt at a COUP...where....the one REAL aspect is racial...the GOP is screwing itself and opening the door for a NEW 3rd party to step up as the Sane Conservative voice...leaving Repubs as the George Wallace fringe...but...with less concern for the working class.

obama is doing the same thing now that bush did to the gop. conservatives left the gop in droves over bush. liberals are abandoning the democratic party now in the same way over obama's totalitarianism. is it a good thing? we'll have to wait and see.

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it's possible, but don't hope for such an event. let him finish the term as the loser he is. if he gets taken out early, he will be portrayed as a race martyr

and go down in the history books as such. his resignation or dismissal will only make liberalism stronger. it wouldn't surprise me if it happens just to make that point.

 

But history books are mostly written by old white libs and they'd never designate their savior, Whangdoodle Barry, as a quitter. Never.

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obama is doing the same thing now that bush did to the gop. conservatives left the gop in droves over bush. liberals are abandoning the democratic party now in the same way over obama's totalitarianism. is it a good thing? we'll have to wait and see.

 

That liberal hand-wringing you see over Barry's totalitarianism is simply for show. Libs will never abandon Whangdoodle Barry. He could sell their children into slavery and they'd still find a reason to remain faithful.

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