Issac Bailey blog | Sarah Palin calls for President Obama’s impeachment. Should the GOP take her advice?

July 9, 2014 

Books Sarah Palin Tour

This Oct. 12, 2013 file photo shows former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin during a rally supporting Steve Lonegan who is running for the vacant New Jersey seat in the U.S. Senate, in New Egypt, N.J. Palin will go on tour to promote her holiday book "Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas."


The woman who vied to be vice president in 2008 has become maybe the top Republican figure to directly call for President Obama’s impeachment. Sarah Palin didn’t beat around the bush like our own Sen. Lindsey Graham, who talked around the issue a few weeks ago after the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban prisoners.

Palin said the president is lawless and should be removed. Do you agree? Should the GOP-controlled House get this process started? I say if they want to take this route – instead of Speaker John Boehner’s toothless lawsuit – they should start soon, maybe right after the annual August Congressional break. Don’t want until after November’s election. It would be a lot of fun, especially because the last time we had a Democratic president such proceedings worked out so well for the Republican Party. Why not have a replay?

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