Hello, Mr. Buchanan:
Thank you for bringing some common sense to the GOP ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"]. I fear that the party of Reagan has no leadership. Instead of alienating the black vote, they should be seeking it. The Republican Party should be selling itself as the party of advancement for all, and engaging all. This talk of impeachment would simply confirm erroneous perceptions of the party.
Once again you hit the bull’s-eye ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"]. While without a doubt Obama’s transgressions go well beyond anything Nixon ever did, actually pursuing impeachment stands a massive political risk of backfiring.
The GOP can stop short of Obama, however, and go aggressively after Eric Holder and other administration minions, for every illegal act.
[To Pat Buchanan:] You couldn’t be more wrong, which is what’s wrong with the Republicans – sometimes we have to fight a fight we cannot win. Gutless much, Mr. Buchanan?
With all this controversy about housing illegal aliens, it makes one wonder why the FEMA camps are not being used.
Dear Mr. Buchanan,
Two years after the impeachment of Clinton, the GOP won control over the House, the Senate and the presidency for the first time since the 1930s. As far as the political repercussions of such an act is concerned, I’m not sure your argument is valid ["Impeachment: A bridge too far"].
On another note, I wish that the country had listened to your warnings about immigration 20 years ago. What a mess.
With respect and admiration,
[To Pat Buchanan:] What a sorry excuse of journalism that you just put out. You should be ashamed of yourself. Here is your case for impeachment, right here: www.mcsoccp.org. Get a real job and leave the misinformation for the Obama administration.