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Michael Medved: No, Obama won't be impeached

5:42 PM, May 21, 2013
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As new revelations underscore the administration's epic incompetence in its handling of the Benghazi disaster and IRS abuses, some Republican voices in the House and Senate, along with pundits of every persuasion, have begun to speculate about "the I word" - impeachment. Even MSNBC, the most unapologetically progressive of all television news networks, has suggested that the president could face a serious effort to remove him from office.

As much as this prospect might excite the right and inspire the faithful with a renewed sense of purpose and unity, conservatives should steer clear ...

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