The Conservative Majority Fund, a conservative group known primarily for its birther conspiracy spreading, has launched a robocall campaign to gin up support for the president's impeachment.
The call, emailed to The Huffington Post by Shaun Dakin of StopPoliticalCalls.org, reads in part as follows:
Our only recourse now is to move forward with the full impeachment of President Obama. We suspect that Obama is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors and that there may be grounds for impeachment as is laid out in the constitution. Further, he may not even be a U.S. citizen because nobody, I mean no one, has seen an actual physical copy of his birth certificate. Impeachment is our only option. And Republicans are already considering Obama investigations. As the nation's most effective conservative group we are launching the official impeach Obama campaign.
Trying to figure out if being "the nation's most effective conservative group" is some sort of dig at Karl Rove, or if the bar for "effective" has been lowered to "somewhere deep in the Earth's mantle".
This is the level of "cooperation" you should expect from conservatives. Barack Obama will never be "their" President. Ever.
Tell me again how both sides do it, guys.