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Majority of the public supports impeaching Barack Obama

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There are so many important scandals under the Obama Regime, it is an all-you-can-eat salad bar buffet of assorted Obama-gate scandals, as was noted earlier this week by Mark Steyn when he played substitute for syndicated radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. There are so many scandals, and so many very serious scandals despite the president himself calling them “phony scandals,” that a rapidly growing percentage of the public is supporting his impeachment as president.

World Net Daily reported earlier this week, the results of a WND/Wenzel poll conducted by Wenzel Strategies that found nearly a majority of Americans how support the impeachment of President Barack Hussein Obama. The poll found that, on the basis of the Benghazi scandal, 50.1 percent support Obama's impeachment, and 27.6 percent of the Democrats who took the survey also support impeachment.

“It may be early in the process for members of Congress to start planning for impeachment of Barack Obama, but the American public is building a serious appetite for it,” said Fritz Wenzel, of Wenzel Strategies, “Half or nearly half of those surveyed said they believed Obama should be impeached for the trifecta of scandals now consuming Washington.”

The same survey indicates that 49 percent favor impeaching the president as a result of the IRS Scandal and the targeting of TEA party and conservative groups that helped the Obama campaign suppress millions of votes to win the 2012 election. That included 24.4 percent of the Democrats that participated in the survey.

Regarding the spying on the media (including the Associated Press having their telephone records monitored), 48.6 percent supported impeaching Obama, which included 26.1 percent of the Democrats who responded to the survey.

With better knowledge of the scandals now, voters would easily vote Obama out of office and put Romney into the White House if they could re-do their 2012 vote now. Of those in the survey who say they voted in 2012, 37 percent would vote for Romney while 27 percent would support Obama again.

While the support for Obama's impeachment grows as the public becomes more aware of the many scandals, and the Veterans Administration scandals gives voters a look at how their future might look under the rationing and “death panels” included in ObamaCare, support for repealing ObamaCare and impeaching President Obama should only continue to grow. This growing support, and the coming “wave” election this Fall that might increase the GOP majority in the House and elect a Republican majority in the senate, might well lead to impeachment and removal of the president steamrolling through Congress before the arrival of the Summer of 2015. Uncle Joe Biden might get to be a caretaker president for a year or so before the inauguration of the president that is elected in the 2016 general election.

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