Bergdahl Swap Deserves Impeachment

This will never happen. And would make it so that conservatives wouldn’t win in 2014 and 2016. This being said, he certainly deserves impeachment.
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America is less safe under Barack Obama’s leadership, its military probably has little respect for the decisions of the commander in chief, and a majority of Americans believe that removal by impeachment would be a proper result, according to a new poll.

It was the same poll that revealed the depth of disgust America holds for Obama because of his decision to swap five terrorists from Guantanamo Bay for a solder who was detained in the Middle East after he apparently deserted his U.S. Army assignment there.

It showed that 54 percent of Americans say Obama’s swap for soldier Bowe Bergdahl amounts to providing aid to terrorists – which violates federal law. And they say impeachment is deserved.

The results are from a national survey of registered voters by Wenzel Strategies. It was conducted June 12-14 and has a margin of error of 3.95 percentage points.

“The country’s disapproval of the Obama prisoner exchange likely stems from the fact that they feel the national security of the U.S. should always trump the health and safety of one soldier,” said Fritz Wenzel of Wenzel Strategies.

He said the message is not good for the Obama administration.

“The die has largely been cast on this as a serious foreign policy blunder, reinforced by the thought that these five Taliban leaders may well come back to haunt the U.S. much the way Obama’s walk away from Iraq is also now blooming into a disaster of epic proportions.



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