Monday, August 26, 2013

The Pressure Really Should Be on Congress to Impeach Him

I am referring to impeaching Arne Duncan, not his boss, though it sure as hell wouldn't break my little heart if a movement to remove the president were to start. The GOP wouldn't do it to Obama anyway because despite all of the posturing and rhetoric, Obama by and large is doing exactly what they and their gangster backers want. He is, after all, the gangsters' puppet and always was. He's the first "Manchurian candidate" we have had elected to the presidency in the history of the United States.

Getting back to Arne, this movement to pressure for his removal is one avenue and maybe the one with the greatest chance of success, assuming this would-be dictator were to ever voluntarily step down.

Arne Duncan, a mental lightweight despite--or perhaps because of--his Ivy League pedigree, is an individual with an insane desire to operate as a national school superintendent despite his miserable track record in Chicago and his total lack of qualifications. Worse than that, he displays the worst tendencies of school district administrators: He not only thinks he is above the law but that he IS the law. He doesn't follow the U.S. Constitution.

It's long overdue for him to leave Dodge.

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