Regarding your column about the impeachable offenses of President Obama, I have a few questions that I hope you will consider worth your consideration:
1. Given the fact that granting "tax-exempt" status to an organization automatically increases MY tax, because I must therefore pay my share of the tax a tax-exempt entity is not paying, should I be required to pay my portion of the tax that is not being paid by an organization espousing political positions with which I do not agree? How could it possibly be a violation of my First Amendment rights if the appropriate government agency is trying to prevent me from having to pay for political organizations to which I do not wish to contribute?
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2. Is anyone who possesses press credentials automatically exempt from laws against revealing national security secrets? If, for example, a particular reporter tells his source that he hopes the information will enable him to change foreign policy, does such a motivation protect the journalist from liability for revealing the existence of a "mole" inside a foreign government?
I would suggest, Sir, that before you support impeachment, you answer the questions that might require more thought than your facile arguments suggest.
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