Gentle Reminder: Anyone Democrats Don’t Like is Unfit for Office

Gentle Reminder: Anyone Democrats Don’t Like is Unfit for Office

Gentle Reminder: Anyone Democrats Don’t Like is Unfit for Office

Do you remember almost 15 years ago the Democrats engaged in massive DERP! and claimed President George W. Bush was unfit for office?

I do. I remember the proglodytes’ seizures at the thought of BushChimpyMcHitlerHalliburton “lying” to the American people about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and demands that he be “chimpeached.” I remember the vivid comparisons between President Bush and chimpanzees. I remember some lawyer named John Whitbeck publishing a screed in the Arab media, claiming Bush was either an idiot or a liar, and it didn’t matter which, because in either case Bush was unfit for office.

The attacks on President Bush were indecent and malicious throughout his two terms in office. The Democrats were on the warpath. In June 2008 Congressmen Dennis Kucinich and Robert Wexler, introduced 35 articles of impeachment against President Bush in the House of Representatives. The effort never went anywhere, other than the Judiciary Committee where the resolution was left to languish until Bush left office.

And now it’s starting again. With liberals, history seems to repeat itself every few years. Psychiatrists are mobilizing a (bowel) movement to help remove Trump from office, claiming he is mentally ill, and therefore unfit to lead the country. Never mind not one of them has actually examined the President; apparently watching him on TV is enough to make a medical diagnosis about his mental health. Aren’t doctors prohibited from using their ostensible “medical skills” to impose their political views on others? Something about that “do no harm” thingy. But apparently, their Hippocratic Oath doesn’t matter, because there’s someone in office they don’t like!

A retired history professor named Robert Dallek recently penned an essay in Newsweek demanding Trump be removed from office using the Constitution. Trump is a liar, Dallek says. Trump made promises he cannot keep, Dallek says. Trump is unpopular, Dallek says. Trump is a poor leader, Dallek says.

It is difficult to explain Trump’s poor record of leadership, though it might be the result of inexperience and unwise policies that command the support of only 35 to 40 percent of the country’s voters. But more compelling is the likelihood that we are dealing with someone who is indifferent to how almost all presidents have behaved in the recent past.

Trump is unable to discharge the powers of the presidency, as we understand the presidency. In other words, the presidency is part and parcel of a functioning democratic government, and Trump is unable to act in the interest of that democracy. His untrustworthiness, lying and appalling behavior demonstrate time and again his contempt for the duties of the office and the rule of law.

I don’t want to engage in whataboutism here, but…

Let’s assume that every accusation Dallek lobs at Trump is true. Let’s assume he’s a liar who cannot keep his campaign promises. Show me a politician that does! They’re politicians, ferpetessake! Is Dallek so naive that he expects politicians to actually keep campaign promises?

Their idol Barack Obama has told some real doozies in his day, including the lie of the decade: “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.”

And who can forget the audacious, repulsive lie about the event that cost four American heroes, including the US Ambassador to Libya, their lives! The Obama Administration knew exactly what those attacks were pretty much the day they took place, and yet, they chose to promote the “viral, anti-Muslim video” narrative, because you couldn’t be possibly seen as weak on terrorism when you have already declared the War on Terror won and al Q’aida decimated – especially not so close to the 2012 elections!

Call me crazy, but lying about our national security and the War on Terror, as well as lying to advance legislation that cost millions their health care and impacted lives and livelihoods is a bit more egregious than lying about how many people attended your inauguration, or failing to build that “big, beautiful wall” one year into a presidency. But hey, it’s OK to lie about that stuff if you’re a Democrat, right?

Just like you are entitled to the benefit of the doubt about sexual harassment claims if you’re an “icon,” right Nancy?

But since the Democrats don’t like Donald Trump, he must be relieved of the election he fairly won against a candidate whose lies to this day I think are unmatched.

The 25th Amendment offers to the vice president and Cabinet the possibility of suspending Trump’s presidential authority. They could justify it as a guard against imperiling the country’s stability and national security that preserve our democratic system.

Oh, NOW these hypocrites respect the Constitution!

The Constitution is archaic and outdated when it comes to individual rights like the Second Amendment, but when libprogs want to remove someone they don’t like from the White House, the Constitution is a cool new tool they can’t wait to wield!

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Marta Hernandez is an immigrant, writer, editor, science fiction fan (especially military sci-fi), and a lover of freedom, her children, her husband and her pets. She loves to shoot, and range time is sacred, as is her hiking obsession, especially if we’re talking the European Alps. She is an avid caffeine and TWD addict, and wants to own otters, sloths, wallabies, koalas, and wombats when she grows up.

8 Comments
  • GWB says:

    Never mind not one of them has actually examined the President; apparently watching him on TV is enough to make a medical diagnosis about his mental health.
    Admittedly, I was able to diagnose 0bama without ever sitting him on a couch. He was and is obviously a narcissist.

    • Col. Harrumph says:

      Not just any narcissist, but suffering from full-blown Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Also, he’s an oikophobe to the bone.

  • Deanna Fisher says:

    Did professor Dallek say “exterminate” in his essay at some point? Because if he did, it would be a) epically awesome, and b) tell us his true motivations. /nerd

  • GWB says:

    Trump’s poor record of leadership
    Define that, please? Based on my experience in the military and among Boy Scouts, his leadership seems adequate (at least). He also probably defines it differently than many politicians.

    unwise policies
    Oh dear, please give us your definition of “wise”. I’m betting that something like 40+% of American voters disagree.

    indifferent to how almost all presidents have behaved in the recent past
    And that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
    Funny, btw, how a progressive wants to define goodness by reference to tradition. Irony, that.

    as we understand the presidency
    Which leaves a HUGE gap between you and history/reality. Seriously: your understanding of the presidency is NOT the standard. There’s this thing called the Constitution…….

    unable to act in the interest of that democracy
    First of all, we’re NOT a democracy. We’re a republic.
    Secondly, your interests and the interests of our Republic do NOT coincide. I know this how? Because you out yourself with this deliberate (OK, I concede, you might just be appallingly ignorant of our Constitution and history – wait, no, you’re a history professor, so it HAS to be deliberate) misunderstanding of our Constitution.

    His untrustworthiness, lying and appalling behavior
    Please, document a substantive lie he has told. You might be right that he is “untrustworthy” (except for all those campaign promises he seems to be fulfilling), but simply asserting it won’t float with me. Lack of appalling behavior is not a requirement for office, btw. Witness Franken, Pelosi, Reid, Clinton (both of them), Schumer, Teddy, “Hands” Biden, etc.

    his contempt for the duties of the office and the rule of law
    Wow, that’s rich. I’m assuming you voted for 0bama and either Clinton or Bernie. Given 0bama’s contempt for the office (feet up on the desk? really?) and rule of law (I’m guessing he’s the most overturned president in history, and that’s WITH the courts stacked in his favor).

    The 25th Amendment offers to the vice president and Cabinet
    Yes, he’s demanding the people who support what he’s doing remove him from office for … doing those things they support him doing. Oh yeah, he lives in a reality-based universe……… *EYEROLL*

  • NJ Mike says:

    Wow, so y’all figured THIS out AFTER you allowed Moore to be slandered and we lose a seat to the absolute traitorous Left?
    Too little too late, ladies.

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  • Cameron says:

    The poor little dears can’t help it. They don’t have anything of substance to use in their arguments.

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