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The session started 15 minutes late, and Mr Radel was passionate during much of the event.
The "no" response on the question of an Obama "impeachment" was the practical and realistic answer. He pulled his punch though, because he could have stated that it SHOULD happen. It got worse with the addition that he has met the President ... and then something to the effect of "he's a nice guy."
Well, I will not pull the punch. Impeachment is impractical and unrealistic, but it SHOULD happen. This country is under assault from an Executive Branch filled with corruption and incompetence. Mr. Obama is not the only person who should be shown the door.
Both houses of Congress have "senior leaders" who are beholden not to the Constitution, their constituents, or any sense of ethics. They are beholden to their trappings of power, and run amuck with egos the size of Mt Everest. Anyone with 10 to 12 years in DC needs to head home and give some others a chance ... a chance to undo the mess our two-party system has created.
Ms. Freeman, the only declared Democrat candidate, was also in attendance, and it was my intention to ask Mr Radel if he would meet with us for a series of debates in 2014. Even though I raised my hand several times, the session ended with other hands still in the air, so that was okay.
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