Constitutional Grounds for Impeachment Obama has sworn to "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States I do not believe he has. I think that there are grounds to impeach The following is from a report written and released by the Judiciary Committee in 1974 in the aftermath of the Watergate crisis. Washingtonpost.com Special Report: Documents From the Starr Referral The framers intended impeachment to be a constitutional safeguard of the public trust, the powers of government conferred upon the President and other civil officers, and the division of powers among the legislative, judicial and executive departments. The framers sought to avoid the creation of a too-powerful executive. Attempts to subvert the Constitution." Each of the thirteen American impeachments involved charges of misconduct incompatible with the official position of the officeholder. This conduct falls into three broad categories: (1) Exceeding the constitutional bounds of the powers of the office in derogation of the powers of another branch of government; (2) Behaving in a manner grossly incompatible with the proper function and purpose of the office (3) Employing the power of the office for an improper purpose or gain. Obama Is Bypassing the Senate He is Exceeding the Constitutional Bounds of the power of another branch of government Obama appointing Czars left and right is a violation of the Constitution. Presidents in the past have had Czars but they usually act as advisors and do not make policy. Obama has specifically appointed these people to make policy The Following is an article by Thomas Lifson on July 06, 2009: Constitution Apparently Declared Optional by Obama Administration American Thinker Blog: Constitution apparently declared optional by Obama administration With the clock running out on a new US-Russian arms treaty before the previous Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or START, expires on December 5, a senior White House official said Sunday said that the difficulty of the task might mean temporarily bypassing the Senate's constitutional role in ratifying treaties by enforcing certain aspects of a new deal on an executive levels and a "provisional basis" until the Senate ratifies the treaty. Are there grounds to Impeach Obama or am I grasping at straws? Is this worth pursuing? Once the Republicans can clean house and gain control, I say "Yes We Can".