GOP Leaders to Remove Felony Charges for Illegal Immigrants

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    High Crimes and Misdemeanors


    Example: You can think of misdemeanors as obvious reasons to fire someone. If you hired a worker to mown your lawn and paid him $5 to do it on a regular basis every week, then you would expect the job of cutting the lawn to get done every week, otherwise you are losing money for nothing. No one wants to lose money. If the worker never got the job done and was always neglecting their duty, you'd probably fire them. In the same case if the President of the United States, with a pay role of $200,000 a year, neglected his duty, then this would allow you to impeach him and hopefully remove them from office, or in other words fire them
    High Crimes and Misdemeanors
     
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    1751Texan US Constitution first...

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    You want to impeach GW Bush?

    GOP Leaders to Remove Felony Charges for Illegal ImmigrantsT April 13, 2006
     
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    ummm.. just a minute... isn't the high crimes and misdemeaners a constitutional law, and also aren"t the immigration laws a part of the constitution? if this is the case then according to constitutional law it would take a majority of 75 percent of the states to ratify this change to constitutional law. as far as I know .. No state has been involved in a constitutional amendment change since 1937.. when prohibition was repealed. IE the 18the amendment.


    oh and btw the presidents salary is 400,000 a year not 200,000 just so you know LOL.
     
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    1751Texan US Constitution first...

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    Thats what happens when your source material is OLD...your ideas are OLD and TIRED.
     

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