American Thinker: Where Is the Red Line of Impeachment?


In the business world, a diligent board of directors would have long ago fired CEO Obama.

Sometimes it takes only a year of less than expected earnings to result in the termination of a corporate CEO.  A couple of underperforming years and a few reasons more, and a CEO would have his bags packed and stowed underneath his buck-stopping desk.  A long list of problems — especially one suggesting even a hint of fraud — that fails to generate a satisfactory board response would stir shareholders and lenders to demand the resignation of not only the CEO and other key employees, but also its directors.  For without remediation, the company’s stock prices would tumble as shareholders divest and banks pull the plug.

Our government’s CEO is Barack Obama, its board of directors is Congress, its workforce consists of a growing multitude of Big Government bureaucracies, and its bank is the unaccountable monopoly of the Federal Reserve.  Anymore, hardly anyone with any power in that vast organization seems to represent the interests of We the People (the shareholders).

The Democrat-media complex can ridicule political opposition as “fringe” or “extremist,” but the ominous ticking of the 17-trillion-dollar debt clock is becoming harder to ignore.  The growing debt transforms our shares from an asset into a liability that gravely impacts our national security. Our future generations will no longer expect the reward of dividends in their pursuit of happiness.  Instead, and not by choice, they inherit more than their fair share of risk — the labor of digging out of this financial mess, the difficult task of restoring real freedom and liberty, and the rebuilding of our national status and defenses abroad.

Read complete article via Articles: Where Is the Red Line of Impeachment?.