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Impeach Obama Becomes New Extreme GOP War Cry, After Crushing 2012 Defeat

Whether it's on the basis of the supposed Benghazi cover up, or something else altogether, get ready for the looming extreme right wing war cry of "Impeach Obama" — as the most stubborn factions of an aging Republican Party start to grasp the inevitability of an Obama second term.

And, while Democrats were able to prevent Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) from fulfilling his goal of "making Obama a one-term president," expect the most radical voices of the "Grand Old Party" to push for any feasible and legal way of preventing Obama from completing the second part of his game. 

The Republicans are just angry, as evidenced by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's disbelief at losing. The former governor of Massachusetts, who didn't run a campaign as good as Obama's, is blaming his defeat on the generous "gifts" the president promises (or gives) to women, blacks and Hispanics (I guess I'd have to go claim my share as I, or any of the Hispanics I know, haven't gotten anything yet). How more out of touch can you be? And, most importantly, for how much longer is someone able to live in such state of denial?

Meanwhile, a new secessionist movement is flooding the White House website with petitions from thousands of Americans from almost 40 states who want out and are requesting the Obama administration for consideration of a "peaceful withdrawal" from the United States of America.  

Whether these two looming movements will meet halfway, and would be successful in their demands, is yet to be seen. However, it's hard to see how the supposed hordes of indignant white male conservatives —who failed to turnout in large enough numbers to put Romney over the top on November 6 — will miraculously reverse the change experienced by America during the last four years. 

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