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Over 1 Million signature: Want Obama impeached for his high crimes and misdemeanors

Impeachment past due


By —— Bio and Archives--August 2, 2010

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Impeachment of the current occupant of the White House is the fastest growing idea in America, today. Each passing day brings new and powerful voices of support. Americans have sat frustrated and helpless for nearly two years, watching the Usurper and his unindicted co-conspirators in his administration and the Democrat Party, destroy the country and shred the Constitution, feeling powerless to do anything to stop it. The rising calls for impeachment, from every part of America, from people you’ve heard of and people you haven’t, are changing that.

Floyd Brown has a website, that has become so popular that he is moving to a bigger server to handle the traffic. More importantly, his petition to impeach the Great Prevaricator has gone over the million signature mark. Think about it: over a million Americans, taking a public stance, stating loud and clear that they want Obama impeached for his high crimes and misdemeanors. Now. He has hard copy petitions, too, that you can download and go out and collect signatures on, yourself.

A handful of sitting and ex-politicians, too, have called for impeachment. They are citing Barack Hussein’s refusal to close, or even protect our borders, and his offer of jobs to two Democrat senate primary candidates, bribes to get them to step aside for party-chosen hacks. When even politicians can’t ignore the lawbreaking, you know it must be real – and serious.

At the other end of the spectrum, you have individuals, not members of much of anything, taking matters into their own hands. Out here where I am, the part of the country that liberals, progressives, and other arrogant leftist elitists hold in utmost contempt, the home of racists, rednecks, inbred knuckle-draggers, all of whom own guns (that part is true!), we got tired of waiting for someone else to take action.  We came up with a plan for what I think of as guerilla protesting: small groups (as few as two can do this) get a permit (or not, as they choose), make some signs, go out from noon to 1:00 PM on Saturday afternoon to a well-trafficked location in your (or a nearby) town, and show people what you think. We’ve had signs reading, “Impeach Obama, for the Good of the Nation”; “Hand Enough Yet? Impeach Obama!!!”; and “Laws, Not Lies! Impeach Obama!!!” In the last two, the “O” and “G” were hammer-and-sickles. Around a dozen of us, in about four or five hours, have carried the message to somewhere around a couple of thousand others.

The point I am making here is that we need not sit idly by while the forces of evil steal our country from us. There are things we can do to let our fellow Americans know what is going on, and that they are neither alone, nor powerless. Obviously, impeachment is a difficult thing to bring about, especially given present circumstances.  And equally obviously, those calling for it are aware of this fact. However, the very act of calling for it – no, DEMANDING it! – carries a strong, unambiguous, unequivocal message to those in power, and those who would take on positions of power: the American people will NOT tolerate a government that refuses to obey the law, and honor the Constitution. And perhaps most of all, we will NOT tolerate elected officials who will not listen to us. November is only three months away…



Michael Oberndorf, RPA -- Bio and Archives | Comments

The son of a German immigrant, I am an archaeologist by profession, with a BA from Metropolitan State College of Denver, and an MA from Leicester University, in England.  Over the years, I have lived and worked all over the country, and traveled in Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, Australia, and Japan. I sincerely believe in the old saying, “America, love it or leave it.”

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