Some strong reading material has been recommended to all members of the House.
“Republican Texas Rep. Steve Stockman, arranged to have a book calling for President Obama’s impeachment hand delivered to all 435 members of the U.S. House of Representatives,” The Daily Caller reported.
This subject is being discussed in the wake of the perceived threat of Obama to default on the debt during the partial shutdown. Then there are the executive orders: Obama’s decision to re-task The Center for Disease Control with gun research against a 17 year old ban from Congress and the President’s recent push to arm possible Al Qaeda rebels in Syria, while Americans reflected upon their handiwork on Sept. 11.
The book is called, “Impeachable Offenses: The case for removing Barack Obama from office,” by Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliot, the article said.
Sarah Palin has also mentioned impeachment in a recent Facebook post:
“Defaulting on our national debt is an impeachable offense, and any attempt by President Obama to unilaterally raise the debt limit without Congress is also an impeachable offense,” Palin said her post. “A default would also be a shameful lack of leadership, just as mindlessly increasing our debt without trying to rein in spending is a betrayal of our children and grandchildren who will be stuck with the bill.”
What comes of this essential impeachment reading material, has yet to be seen. NPR, surprisingly hasn’t yet added it to their “books” section, nor has Oprah. Maybe next week.
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