The GOP Congress is Hypocritically Mum On Impeachment of This President

Is There No Conscionabilty Left In the House, or The Senate?

6 min readSep 5, 2017


Yeah really!?, They reached on many occasions to do impeach President Obama. Double standard? Absolutely.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was enacted and made lawful by the 111th U.S. Congress on March 23, 2010.

The U.S. House of Representatives (the Republican House) made history in 2014 by motioning and filing a lawsuit against the President of The United States, or rather specifically, President Barrack Obama. While many individual members of Congress have sued presidents previously, the one brought by an entire body of Congress is a first.

The lawsuit challenged the delay of the ACA’s employer mandate and the administration’s payment of subsidies to insurers for providing a reduced cost burden to low-income consumers under the law.[1] Retrieved from Ballotpedia

While the courts said it was okay to sue over the unappropriated funds — the same funds to be used to reduce the burden on poorer Americans in need of healthcare, it was not cool to sue the president for delaying implementation of the employer mandate — in other words giving employers more time to adjust to the change that they must offer health insurance that is affordable and provides minimum value to 95% of their full-time employees and their children up to age 26, or be subject to penalties. 😐😑 The courts ruled in favor of of the GOP on this and the Obama administration did appeal this ruling in July of 2016, but then the election of Trump was about to occur months later.

“You hear some of them — ‘Sue him,’ ‘impeach him.’ Really? Really? For what? You’re going to sue me for doing my job?”

“Think about that,” he told the crowd. “You’re going to use taxpayer money to sue me for doing my job while you don’t do your job.”

__President Barrack Obama

credit: Impeachment? ‘For what?’

No sign of nor need for obstructionism with this presidency. With the failed repeal of the…




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