Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Updates on Pres. Obama, Cain, Giuliani, and Republican Debates

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain believes Pres. Obama should be impeached because of his opinion of Defense of Marriage Act.
Herman Cain believes Pres. Obama should be impeached!
Five presidential debates are scheduled to be held in September and October, including two hosted and produced by CNN. A debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in southern California on September 7 is followed by a CNN debate in Tampa on September 12, and then followed by another Florida debate on September 22. A New Hampshire debate on October 11 is followed a week later by another CNN debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 18.

Romney has committed to all five debates, Bachmann, taking it a step at a time, has signed up through the September showdowns, but her campaign has said she will attend any debate Romney will attend. Perry, new to the race, has not yet committed to attending any of the debates.
Rudy Giuliani is still considering a presidential bid. "I don't think I've changed my thinking about it very much. I'm interested to see Gov. Perry's entrance into the race and what that does and what he has to say."
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain believes Pres. Obama should be impeached because of his opinion of Defense of Marriage Act.

"There are a number of things where a case could be made in order to impeach him, but because Republicans do not control the United States Senate, they would never allow it to get off the ground," Cain said on the call. "The president is supposed to uphold the laws of this nation … and to tell the Department of Justice not to uphold the Defense of Marriage Act is a breach of his oath."
President Obama finished his three day bus tour today in his home state of Illinois. "If everybody took an attitude of shared sacrifice ... we can solve our deficit and debt problem next week, and it wouldn't require radical changes. The fact that Speaker Boehner and folks in his caucus couldn't say yes to that (deficit deal) tells me that they're more interested in the politics ... than they are in solving the problem," Obama said.
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