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Bryan Fischer Proves Boehner Wrong

John Boehner’s new and incredibly stupid talking point is that all this talk of impeachment is coming from Democrats. Bryan Fischer proves him wrong by not only calling for Obama’s impeachment but arguing that the Democrats have goaded Boehner into not impeaching him. Oh, and it’s the end of America if we don’t.

In fact, it’s impeachment or nothing. In the end, Republicans will have absolutely no other alternative if they wish to keep this president from transforming this once great nation into a banana republic.

Lawsuits won’t work, because the president has already shown a cavalier disregard for the rule of law. Defunding won’t work, because the president has already shown a cavalier disregard for budgetary restraints of any kind.

In the end, it will be impeachment or the ruin of America.

Now if the Republicans don’t want to save this country, they won’t attempt to impeach. If they do love this country, they will. In the end, the equation will be as simple as that.

The ruin of America! And when Obama leaves office in January, 2016 without having been impeached or having destroyed the country, Fischer won’t be the least bit phased. He’ll just move on to his next paranoid fantasy and sell it with just as much false assurance.

John Boehner, goaded by the Democrats, has unwisely taken impeachment off the table. The reality is that the Democrats are scared to death of impeachment – they know the public is growing increasingly disaffected with Obama – and thus tried to goad Republicans into prematurely surrendering its powers of action. The GOP has been outwitted again.

The outsmarted Republicans, too dull of mind to realize they have been gamed, have stupidly dropped the one weapon they could use to save America.

The Democrats are using guns in this fight, while convincing the Republicans to voluntarily disarm. America now lies defenseless before a marauder.

Now that’s just funny. Boehner says the Democrats are the ones who want impeachment and that’s why he isn’t falling for it, while Fischer says the Democrats are terrified of it and that’s why they’ve convinced Boehner not to do it. Hilarious.

Comments

  1. Artor says

    Has someone ever told these dumbfucks about this thing called “long-term memory?” Do they not realize that most people can remember who has been screaming for impeachment over the last several years? Or these newfangled devices called, “cameras?” You know, the things that show them on record, saying the things they claim to have never said. I can’t imagine the amount of hubris it takes to believe that a majority of voters are so fucking stupid they can’t remember last week.
    Of course, the fact that a large number of voters really are that stupid doesn’t help the situation.

  2. garnetstar says

    The Republicans are going to impeach Obama as soon as the election is over, whether they win the Senate or not. Then, nothing will happen, he’ll leave office in 2016 as scheduled without Ameria being ruined. So Bryan’s going to get to claim victory: merely by voting to impeach, the House will have magically saved America!

  3. says

    The answer is: it’s both. The Democrats are forcing the GOP to not impeach and the Democrats are behind the push to impeach. It’s Schrödinger’s Congress.

  4. dingojack says

    ‘Schrödinger’s Congress’?
    Isn’t that in the sealed section of the Karma Sutra?!?
    Dingo

  5. Pierce R. Butler says

    Meanwhile, Obama does continue to wreak major damage on the USA & world by supporting top-down class warfare, promoting vicious and belligerent regimes from Israel to Ukraine to Honduras, and doing as little as possible to confront climate change.

    Fischer’s fundie faction would only do (much) worse on any of those issues. Whatever tiny leverage remains to us small fry can only go to either (a) regression [Fischer et al] or (b) stagnation (Democrats).

  6. dukeofomnium says

    And when Obama leaves office in January, 2016

    Point of information: Obama is leaving office in January, 2017, barring his death or resignation. Or [snicker] his impeachment.

  7. colnago80 says

    Re Pierce R. Butler

    promoting vicious and belligerent regimes from Israel to Ukraine to Honduras,

    Ah gee, I just wish the regime in Israel would impose Hama Rules on the Gaza Strip so Butler would really have something to whine about. Application of Hama Rules would make the current activity of the IDF in Gaza look like love taps.

  8. Pierce R. Butler says

    colnago @ # 8 – Ah gee, I thought you wished for wholesale crimes against humanity on levels never seen since Yahveh smote Sodom & Gomorrah.

    Good thing your wishes, like Yahveh, have zero influence in the real world.

    Be reassured that Klaus Bibi, the Butcher of Gaza, is doing his bloody damnedest to make your sick dreams come true.

  9. Phillip IV says

    John Boehner’s new and incredibly stupid talking point is that all this talk of impeachment is coming from Democrats.

    I don’t think it’s a stupid talking point at all. It’s a pretty clever talking point. Counter-factual, illogical and silly, yes, but also pretty clever – because it’s actually working. I’ve been monitoring the comment on various Teabagger sites, and there is undeniably a dampening effect on their impeachment fever to be felt from that argument, as far as I can recall the very first time Boehner has managed to get through to them in basically ever. So I’d be expecting a lot more of that line of arguing from the GOP establishment in future – “That’s what they’re expecting us to do, so it’s precisely what we won’t be doing!”

  10. colnago80 says

    Re Pierce Butler @ #10

    Klaus Bibi. How about Adolf Bibi or Reinhard Bibi? How about Heinrich Bibi? I say hit ‘em again, hit ‘em again harder, harder.

  11. throwaway, never proofreads, every post a gamble says

    He seriously used banana republic and attributed that end to Obama? Of course he did, it sounds bad, and people don’t have time to distinguish whether that is what is occurring at the behest of the President alone, or whether it’s a knock-on effect of unrestrained free-market capitalism and tax loophole exploitation… Pretty sure it’s also a Freudian slip exposing his psychological projection.

  12. Ichthyic says

    I don’t think it’s a stupid talking point at all. It’s a pretty clever talking point. Counter-factual, illogical and silly, yes, but also pretty clever – because it’s actually working.

    finally. The establishment GoP have actually realized just how stupid the tepartiers really are.

    Simple reverse psychology FTW!

  13. Ichthyic says

    Klaus Bibi. How about Adolf Bibi or Reinhard Bibi? How about Heinrich Bibi? I say hit ‘em again, hit ‘em again harder, harder.

    anyone ever tell you you’ve lost your mind?

    oh wait, that happens daily doesn’t it.

  14. John Pieret says

    The GOP has been outwitted again.

    To be fair, the Democrats only had to put half an effort into it.

  15. Al Dente says

    I want my killfile back so I don’t have to read “Frankenburger” colnago80’s genocidal fantasies.

  16. Ben P says

    He seriously used banana republic and attributed that end to Obama? Of course he did, it sounds bad, and people don’t have time to distinguish whether that is what is occurring at the behest of the President alone, or whether it’s a knock-on effect of unrestrained free-market capitalism and tax loophole exploitation… Pretty sure it’s also a Freudian slip exposing his psychological projection.

    I would wager that he doesn’t know what Banana Republic really means, or he means something entirely different from what historically the term referred to.

    What Fisher means by Banana republic is some form of “socialist” military dicatorship where leaders make themselves presidents for life. He would undoubtedly have referred to Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela as a “Banana Republic.”

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