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Will Impeachment follow an Executive Order for Amnesty?

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Only One Option for GOP If Obama Declares Immigration Amnesty and that is Impeachment. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted after President Obama indicated that he still feels "obliged" to take executive action on immigration reform. I feel obliged to do everything I can lawfully with my executive authority to make sure we don’t keep on making the system worse. Whatever executive actions that I take will be replaced and supplanted by action by Congress. You send me a bill I can sign, and those executive actions go away," said Obama.   Napolitano explained the president can tell DHS how to process people once they come into this country. But he believes Obama would be committing an impeachable offense if he directs DHS and the Border Patrol to "look the other way."  Napolitano said it comes down to whether the "practical effect of his executive order is the opposite of what the law requires." He added that he realizes Republicans do not want to pursue impeachment.  We hope to bring the facts out into the light on next Thursday's radio show at 11:AM

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