“Michele: Can We Impeach The President?”

Michele Bachmann on the Ben Shapiro Radio Show speaking about Americans chomping at the bit to get to the polls in November, and how we all wish we could just impeach this political pawn. Even his ‘eyes-glazed-over’ sycophants are displaying verbal buyers’ remorse.  See Kirsten Powers here and here.

Thanks to BigGovernment for the transcript. (Longer audio at the link)

SHAPIRO: Is President Obama better or worse than Jimmy Carter?

BACHMANN: Worse.  Easily worse.

SHAPIRO: I agree.  So far, you’d have to say he’s the worst president in United States history …

BACHMANN: No question.  No question.

SHAPIRO: … with the possible exception of James Buchanan.

BACHMANN: And the thing is, here we are, people can’t wait until November.  They’re practically lining up for polls now, they can’t wait to go out and vote. The only thing is people wish Barack Obama was up for re-election right now, because they’d honestly love to have a chance to throw him out of office.  Everywhere I go, people ask me, “Michele, can we impeach the president?” They want a referendum on him.  I also had someone today say, “There’s no way he’ll run for a second term.  No way.  No one would vote for him.”  I don’t know if the White House understands how the floor has dropped out under support for this president.

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3 Responses to “Michele: Can We Impeach The President?”

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  2. “Michele: Can We Impeach The President?” via Logistics Monster – Michele Bachmann on the Ben Shapiro … http://tinyurl.com/22mhe65

  3. janet destio says:

    DEAR MICHELLE
    I HOPE WE REALLY CAN IMPEACH OBAMA HE IS DESTROYNG OUR COUNTRY

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