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03/01/2013

Bryan Fischer: President Obama should be impeached over DOMA

by Jeremy Hooper

The President will not defend DOMA because it is, in his view and mine, exceedingly unconstitutional. But according to the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer, the President's actions should lead to his swift removal from the office to which he was re-elected even after he stopped defending the flawed law:

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Although to be fair, Bryan Fischer was likely ready to impeach President Obama about thirty seconds after he took office for his first term. When motivations are as clear as his, all justifications must be filtered accordingly.

Fortunately for Bryan, Barack, me, and everyone, DOMA will not be with us much longer. The case against it is, well—unimpeachable.

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