Why did we not impeach Obama? Everybody complains about him and he did 2 fucking terms.
Isn't impeachment a thing? Why did this not happen /pol/?
Because the system has now become such that instead of breaking laws, the government just rewrites laws to make what they want to do not illegal.
What would you impeach Obama for? What crime did he commit?
Because he's not responsible for his "terrible" fucking presidency? Congress has fought Obama on literally every issue he's tried to push.
It's not his fault shit can't get done around here.
He put more people on government benefits than any other president.
Before Obama you had to get have a paper showing you seriously applied for a job by a few work places and get their name so they could call and ask the job places if the guy seriously applied and the manager was too full, THEN he could get his benefits cause it proved he tried.
First thing Obama did was get rid of that. Need gubment benefits? Lol here ya go.
What a fucking joke.
That being said
It seems like every conservative right winger really hates the guy. Instead of bitching about him for 4+ years why didn't they try to do something about it?
Is impeachment just a meme?
If I remember correctly, the Republicans said, before he was even inaugurated, that they would never try to impeach Obama cause racism.
I would like to know if there is a way to impeach the president outside of congress.
Not true at all.
To answer your question OP, the biggest reason is because Onigger will claim it's because he is black, and with half of the Supreme Court, black racists like Eric holder, and the MSM backing him up, it would turn into a massive shit show that won't get the job done but will make republicans look like da ebil racists the dens have been trying to sell for decades now.
Our boy Benny Shap has an excellent lecture on this exact subject
As well as a book that is very good too
I don't get Obama's pin. The crusades were the result of a thousand years of Islamic oppression of christian free trade, and, more importantly, the rape/slavery of good Christians by mudslimes. Jerusalem was simply the primary port used by Muslim pirates and raiders.
I think his executive order granting amnesty was unconstitutional. It directly conflicts with existing immigration law, which the President is required to "faithfully execute".
Not that it matters much. The numbers in Congress just aren't there to get an impeachment conviction. And attempting to impeach him and losing will just make him look stronger.
>I don't get Obama's pin.
He said Christians should "get off their high horse" about criticizing mudslime pedo worshiping goat fucking cousin marrying sand nigger terrorists because of "the crusades."
>Everybody complains about him
Not really, he's very well liked actually.
Most people don't look into what he's done, they just see him on Jimmy Fallon and think he "seems like a nice guy, plus he's black".
The media is his own personal PR firm and most people just go along with what the media tells them.
>Why did we not impeach Obama?
Mutually Assured Destruction.
As soon as you impeach a sitting president his party is going to be looking for anything to impeach your guy with the next time your party is in office.
>First thing Obama did was get rid of that. Need gubment benefits? Lol here ya go.
No wonder so many liberals love him. If I was an unemployed degenerate leech like most college liberals I'd love him too.
You know it was bill Clinton's doing that made people have to work for benefits right? Obama just couldn't have that.
Onl because the liberals will scream praise as much as they screamed evil during George Bush.
Sure George was a neocon who went too far left on the 2nd term but he's not as bad as Obama or even Carter.
The only way he or any other president will be impeached is if they piss off the elite. He has done nothing that would. If he legalized weed or something sane like that, he would be impeached.
>In establishing welfare reform, Congress made the core work requirements of the TANF program mandatory and non-waiveable; it explicitly protected the work requirements from any future Administration that might wish to weaken them.
>The Obama Administration is now illegally claiming authority to waive the TANF work requirements through a legal device called the section 1115 waiver authority under the Social Security law (42 U.S.C. 1315). Section 1115 states that “the Secretary may waive compliance with any of the requirements” of specified parts of various laws. However, this is not an open-ended authority. Any provision of law that can be waived under section 1115 must be listed in section 1115 itself. The work provisions of the TANF program are contained in section 407 (titled, appropriately, “Mandatory Work Requirements”). Section 407 and most other TANF requirements are deliberately not listed in section 1115 and hence are explicitly not waiveable.
Has Obama done anything legal in his time in office?