Obama’s un­truths catch­ing up with him

The Washington Times Daily - - Editorial -

In the wake of the escalating scan­dal re­gard­ing the roll­out of Oba­macare, an NBC/Wall Street Jour­nal poll shows that Pres­i­dent Obama’s ap­proval rat­ings are plum­met­ing to an all-time low, down from 47 per­cent to 42 per­cent in just the past month (“Obama loses con­fi­dence of Amer­i­cans; sur­vey shows worst rat­ing yet,” Web, Oct. 30).

With 47 per­cent of the Amer­i­can pop­u­la­tion get­ting some kind of gov­ern­ment sub­sidy from the fed­eral gov­ern­ment, you know times are get­ting tough for Mr. Obama when he loses 5 per­cent­age points of his “faith­ful” de­pen­dence base.

Be­ing that Mr. Obama re­peat­edly lied with a straight face di­rectly to the Amer­i­can peo­ple when he said they could “keep their health plan” and “keep their doc­tor” I think that, just as with Pres­i­dent Nixon, he has fi­nally lost the pub­lic trust and can­not gov­ern any­more (if what he does could ever be called gov­ern­ing).

For the good of the coun­try, I call upon the GOP lead­er­ship to take the un­prece­dented step of en­act­ing Ar­ti­cles of Im­peach­ment against both Pres­i­dent Obama and Vice Pres­i­dent Joe Bi­den. With the most scan­dalous ad­min­is­tra­tion in U.S. his­tory fi­nally out of power, per­haps then House Speaker John A. Boehner could re­store the pub­lic trust in the fed­eral gov­ern­ment. EUGENE DUNN Med­ford, N.Y.

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