Black People Politics : These two numbers show why impeachment talk is trouble for the GOP

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    These two numbers show why impeachment talk is trouble for the GOP


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    Sixty-five percent of Americans say Obama should not be impeached, compared to just 33 percent who say he should. Very one-sided. It's clear that impeachment is a political loser when it comes to the public as a whole.

    Which is why when former Alaska governor Sarah Palin called for impeaching Obama and top Republican candidates were asked whether they agreed, not a single one said yes.

    But some of them were silent or ambiguous. Why? Because of the second key number from the CNN poll -- 57 percent of Republicans say they back impeachment.


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...-why-impeachment-talk-is-trouble-for-the-gop/




     
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