Could ObamaCare actually force the man it's named after to resign as president? At least one Wall Street analyst says that while the chances are small, it's not out of the question that President Obama could step down before the 2014 mid-term elections if his approval ratings continue to implode amid the controversy over his health-care plan."If ObamaCare is the fiasco that some headlines are suggesting it is, I place the odds around 10% the president will resign before next November's election," said Kent Engelke, managing director at the brokerage Capitol Securities Management.Engelke, who has more than 27 years of experience in the securities industry, says he got the 10% number from a simple calculation: 7% of all U.S. presidents faced impeachment or resignation (Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached, while President Nixon resigned). He adds in another 3% due to the heightened animosity between president Obama and Republicans in congress."Because of the lack of ...
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