View Full Version : 'Obama unlikely to last his first term'

10-27-2010, 11:03 PM

A US analyst says US President Barack Obama is unlikely to end his first term as there are serious efforts by American officials to remove him due to his incompetence.

"It is very doubtful at this time that he will last his first term," Edward Spannaus of Executive Intelligence Review said in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday.

"There are people who are upset within the administration and the Democratic party who are seriously considering how to remove Obama from presidency," Spannaus added.

Many of them put out all their calls for removing Obama under the amendment 25th of the US Constitution.

The amendment allows for the removal of the US president if he is incapacitated either physically or mentally.

Spannaus also opined that people in the military are upset because Obama "is not attentive" to what is going on. "We have troops killing and being killed and he is not interested in dealing with it," he further explained.

Elsewhere in his remarks, Spannaus said people inside the White House say, "Once he got into the White House he is very unhappy having to govern ... he is very frustrated, he is very depressed, some reports say he is on medications and he cannot concentrate or focus, which is a mental problem."

"It is the question of what he is going to do now in this term, the question of the second term is out of the question," he concluded.

According to a new Harris Interactive survey released on Tuesday, just over one-third or 37 percent of respondents have positive opinion about Obama, while about 67 percent of Americans disapprove Obama's performance on jobs and economy.

A recent opinion poll conducted by Gallup had previously revealed that more than half of American voters would not support the re-election of Obama.


10-27-2010, 11:21 PM
Not going to happen. This is all mental masturbation and we shouldn't fall for it.

Calypso Jones
10-27-2010, 11:24 PM
can you just imagine the screams of Racism?? O. MI. Gosh. I do think he is incompetent. So OVERwhelmingly incompetent but we're stuck with this bozo.

10-28-2010, 12:18 AM
I sometimes wonder if he will make it through to the end of a full first term. I wonder if he will have the mental fortitude to weather this extreme fall from grace. He was THE ONE....the chosen one elevated to the highest of high on the mount. This free-fall from grace of the people must be a killer to his narcistic ego. I don't think he'll be able to handled it, especially if he can't get his way with a Republican congress and his own party tells him to shove it. He may have a major melt-down right before our eyes. Only screw that, we'd be stuck with Biden :rolleyes:.

What I predict will happen if we take back full control of Congress, is that he and Michelle will spend the next two years overseas traveling as much as possible and enjoying all the luxuries the world has to offer...all on our tax dollars. I think he will see the writing on the wall for 2012, and will know he's not going to accomplish anything, so he'll become a major slacker just throwing elaborate parties at the WH and traveling.

10-28-2010, 01:14 AM
We have Joe and Barrack till 2012 and if we screw up our chance maybe longer.

10-28-2010, 02:44 AM
"physically or mentally" He physically can, so that is not going to happen. Mentally, he has to be foaming at the mouth mad, which he's not, so that one is ruled out too.

Impeachment, thou many would love to see is almost impossible. Much like Bush, you have to have a crime first. And it has to be a serious one. Thou some will argue otherwise, the crime factor is just lacking. Plus lets just say there is grounds for impeachment. By the time the congressional investigation by an impartial AG is done, then the review by Congress, followed up by the debate, and passage of the impeachment procedure, he will be out of office in 2013 after losing his bid for a second term. If he wins a second term, then thats a different mater.

stepping down for various reasons... maybe, but slim; very slim. It would have to be a situation he feels leaving is the only choice, and with his ego, unlikely. Plus that would leave us with "President Biden". A walking gaff President and boob in office.

10-28-2010, 03:31 AM
Whoever wrote this is as out of touch with reality as the DUmmies are.

10-28-2010, 04:13 PM
I could tell a long time ago his cheese slide off its cracker. and a lot about him being depressed. I am in favor of getting rid of him as i consider him a threat to or economy and national security.

but this may be like pushing a boulder uphill. it would take the entire house ans senate to do it.

Rebel Yell
10-28-2010, 04:22 PM
If he wins a second term, then thats a different mater.

This one?


10-28-2010, 04:30 PM
This one?


more like.........


10-28-2010, 04:39 PM
It'll look like it's racist if he is impeached without him having committed any "high crimes and misdemeanors.

At least one of the other presidents who was impeached had committed a criminal offense (Clinton). I'm not sure what A. Johnson did, other than not be as vicious toward the South after the civil war as Congress wanted him to be.

Nixon was guilty of crimes, but he resigned before he could be impeached and removed.

10-28-2010, 06:19 PM
Only way Omama is going out before his term expires is in a casket. This is just stupid talk.