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It's a bizarre situation in Washington as several pundits and commentators have openly wondered if the president of the United States is as engaged as he should be.
As the world literally spins out of control, the president appears to be withdrawing from the center of action. Fundraiser after fundraiser, golf games, dinner parties - the president's reputation for "no drama" notwithstanding, the president appears bored and listless in his public appearances.
The chasm that opens up beneath our feet if these observations are even partly true is frightening to contemplate. On tonight's RINO Hour of Power, we'll discuss and try to interpret the president's ennui with Bryan Preston of PJ Media's The Grid and Rich Baehr, political correspondnet of the American Thinker.
We stream live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A poodcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
There are many rank and file Republicans who believe President Obama should be impeached. They point to what they believe are numerous impeachable offenses, including the most serious charge; a deliberate failure to "faithfully execute" the laws of the United States.
Democrats and the press ridicule the notion of impeachment, saying that the very high bar set by the Founders to remove a president has not been met.
Aside from the notion that impeachment is impracticable, is it time for a serious discussion about reversing the election of 2012 and removing President Obama from office?
This week's epsiode of the RINO Hour of Power will feature Washingtin insider Bridget Johnson and IDB editorial writer Monica Showalter. The panel will examine issues raised by the impeachment debate and ask whether there is actually a serious case to be made for it.
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George Rodriguez, South Texas activist, joins me for a discussion of President Obama's trip to Texas.
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Muslims kill Jews in Israel and Christians in Iraq. Muslims on a Global Jihad and Obama is golfing again.
What do you get when you throw three fighting cocks in the same enclosed structure? One hell of a fight!
All eyes will be on Texas as President Obama visits the Lone Star State today. Obama will be attending three fund raisers then attend a meeting with Governor Perry, a meeting Obama really does not want to attend.
Throw in the very controversial Illegal Immigration issues and there is a good chance sparks could fly.
Then consider the Texas loss for the RNC Convention.
Then stir in Senator Ted Cruz's antics.
This day could the best serving of hot chili on this simmering summer day.
Join me "In the Pickle Barrel" at 7AM-8:30AM EST this mornning and share your thoughts and opinions.
That is an absolutely remarkable vote of no-confidence in Obama's ability to do the job he was elected to do. Yes, I know that Republicans are going to be against virtually everything Obama is for and that independents these days tend to be swollen with the ranks of disaffected GOPers. But, what Obama does have to do is be president for the next two and a half years. And he'd like to spend that time building some sort of second-term legacy for himself. The leadership numbers — if they sustain — badly complicate those efforts. Chris Cillizza, Washington Post
Suing the president is an alltime low for the GOP. This is a fight that the DEMS want. It's great for business and recruitment. The President at a small meeting the several days aday starts off the show.
These two quetions have topped the list since House Speaker Boehner announced President Obama is about to be sued.
This question creates even more questions: Is this possible? Can the President be sued? Is this just a political waste of time?
The other question concerning Primary Elections: Why do we have open primaries?
This question also raises other questions: Are certain people really prevented from open choice if Primaries are open or closed? What are the pros and cons of open vs closed primary elections?
Join me this morning "In the Pickle Barrel" as we discuss (or cuss) this issues andpossibly more.
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