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Impeaching Obama would be crazy. But the Republicans will probably try

The President’s second term is a perfectly ordinary disaster. This response is as irrational as it is counterproductive

12 July 2014

9:00 AM

12 July 2014

9:00 AM

 Washington DC

So it’s come to this: the only thing that can save President Obama from his own complacent and lofty self-regard, not to mention his serial failures, are his enemies, and that is what it appears they are about to do. Even as his poll numbers sink to new lows that not even George W.

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Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of the National Interest.

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