If this happens, you know for sure, as I always clame , he is not a “Leo” :-), even he is born on a 4th of August.
What Paul Ryan Just Said Will Have Obama Shaking In His Boots
House Speaker John Boehner made waves on both sides of the aisle this month when he announced his intention to file a lawsuit against Barack Obama over alleged misuse of executive power.
Though Boehner indicated that he does not support impeachment as an ultimate resolution, a White House source this week brought up the suit in a statement suggesting that such an effort by GOP leaders is a growing possibility.
In a 7-4 vote this week, Politico reports that members of the House Rules Committee paved the way for the lawsuit to be presented to Congress, likely in a legislative vote to take place next week.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan recently spoke out in favor of the lawsuit, indicating that he will support the initiative when the time comes to cast his vote.
During an MSNBC interview Friday, Paul addressed concerns that pursuing the suit would take focus off of more pressing issues legislators currently face.
“We can walk and chew gum at the same time,” Ryan said. “We can juggle a lot of bills. We are working on border security, foreign policy, appropriations and many things at one time.”
He concluded that exploring action against Obama can also be added to the mix, noting that “it’s not as if this displaces action on other items.”
Obama Doesn’t Know His Birth Date!
Uploaded on Jul 17, 2011
President Obama just can’t seem to keep track of
birthdays,especially his own!”You know, I’m going to
be turning 50 in a week, so I’m starting to think a little
bit more about Medicare eligibility,” Obama said at a
news conference.But according to the document he
claims to be his official Hawaiian birth certificate that
he released April 27,2011 his birthday was not until
August 4, which was actually 3 weeks away from the
time he said it, not one.
White House Aide Says Republicans Might Try for Obama Impeachment
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A top White House adviser said on Friday Republicans might try to impeach President Barack Obama over his go-it-alone immigration strategy, as Obama prepared to talk about the U.S. border crisis with Central American presidents.
Dan Pfeiffer, one of Obama’s longest-serving advisers, told reporters that the executive actions Obama will approve at the end of the summer aimed at tackling illegal immigration will likely generate ire from Republicans who have blocked comprehensive immigration legislation.
Republicans in the House of Representatives are expected next week to authorize a lawsuit against Obama on charges he has overstepped his constitutional authority by signing a series of executive orders this year on issues such as raising the minimum wage for federal contract workers.
Pfeiffer, speaking at a reporters’ breakfast organized by the Christian Science Monitor, said he could easily see Republicans moving to impeachment proceedings to try to remove Obama from power in retaliation for the immigration orders he is expected to unveil by the end of the summer.