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The Debate Over Obama’s Legal Authority

So what the Regime is saying is, "We didn't change the law.  We didn't change anything.  We're just not gonna enforce one aspect of it for a year.  So don't start talking to me about throwing away the Constitution. We're not changing any law.  We're just not gonna enforce for one more year the fact that you gotta get rid of your plan."  Now, if we want we can go back and recover, talk about again the idea you were never going to be able to keep your plan.  I mean, the scope of that lie remains huge, fraudulent.  If the political winds were different, it would be impeachable...

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The Four Charges in Holder’s Articles of Impeachment

Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas) introduced his articles of impeachment against Attorney General Eric Holder today with more than twice the number of original co-sponsors anticipated.

“For nearly five years, Attorney General Holder has systematically deceived Congress and destroyed the credibility of the Justice Department in the eyes of the American people. During his tenure, Mr. Holder refused to cooperate with a congressional investigation into Operation Fast and Furious and the resulting death of a Border Patrol agent, refused to prosecute IRS officials who unlawfully disclosed private tax records to third party groups, and misled Congress about his involvement in the investigation of a journalist,” Olson said...

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Richard Nixon Resigned Over a Lie Nowhere Near as Big as Obamacare

The bottom line is that Obama, the regime knew that 93 million Americans would be unable to keep their health care plans under Obamacare. Cookie, I need the montage. I'm gonna need this montage every day, this montage of Obama promising you can keep your plan, promising you can keep your doctor.  Folks, Richard Nixon resigned over a lie that was much less damaging in scope than this one.  I mean, this is an abject, purposeful lie to the American people for the express purpose of passing legislation...

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