Stop the madness
To the Journal Editor:
The demographics around the country have changed and the extremists in the Republican Party see the presidency as out of reach. In my opinion, John Boehner, the speaker of the House, is moving forward wasting tax payers’ money with a frivolous lawsuit against President Obama to pave the way for an anticipated trumped up phony impeachment attempt.
The far right Tea Party extremists are looking toward taking both houses of Congress to ambush the Obama presidency and weaken the executive branch of the government. This can happen if the Senate and the House fall in the hands of Republicans after the midterm elections.
As a result: It would insult to the intelligence of majority voters that voted for President Barack Obama; it would weaken the power of the executive branch and give more power to the legislative branch. This type of power grab would create a serious sense of disenfranchisement and anarchy.
It is my belief some of the most dangerous extremists masquerading as tea party members would rather start a civil war than go through four more years after the Obama presidency with another Democratic president. It is sad that John Boehner has made himself part of this madness.
West Barnstable, Massachusetts