Is It Too Late to Impeach Obama?


My fellow Americans, President Barack Obama has openly and defiantly announced to America and the rest of the world that he refuses to uphold the US immigration laws. This is goes against his sworn oath of office when he swore to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

At least one politician has decided to call for a congressional investigation into the legality of Obama’s action. Republican Iowa Rep. Steve King, who also happens to be vice chairman of the House Judiciary subcommittee on immigration and policy enforcement, called for the hearing.

In an interview, Rep. King said “The President is on the verge of being lawless himself. It’s politically motivated because they think this will get them the Hispanic vote.”

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The only evidence they need is to replay Obama’s statement on his administrative amnesty. His own words should be enough to convict him of his crime.

I’ve written before that President Obama is breaking the law and defying the US Constitution and that he has no intention of protecting US citizens and businesses. What I don’t understand is why no other politician has asked for a congressional hearing before now.

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