OBAMA: Oust him from office

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A few years back, President Richard Nixon hired some men to break into a Democratic office to receive information on their strategy. It did not affect the American public at large, but it was enough for him to step down as president.

President Clinton lied about committing adultery, in of all places, the Oval Office. Again, this did not affect the American public, but it ended with him being impeached.

We now have a president lying to the American public stating that they can keep their insurance and doctors if they like, plus their premiums will be less, but millions of affected Americans are finding the opposite to be true. Should President Obama step down from office or be impeached for what he has purposely done?

DALE HEDMAN

Hayden

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