Should Obama be impeached, along with most of Congress?
With the current situation of government ineptitude:
Non-prosecution of criminals allied with government.
Prosecution of whistle-blowers who expose the corruption.
Declaring their ability to assassinate American citizens without trials or even airing of evidence.
Passing legislation that infringes on the Constitution and individual & state's rights.
Giving themselves pay raises while the economy and country crumbles.
Exempting themselves from the laws they pass.
Should any of them be allowed to continue in public service and be put in prison where they belong?
While I have my issues with the president and many members of congress. Impeaching and putting people in jail are two very different things. In fact an impeachment doesn't even necessarily mean removal from office. President Clinton was impeached and served two full terms. Plus the process to impeach means a minimum threshold of congressional votes. It might be tough to get them to vote themselves out. I would settle for pressuring them into legislating term limits for congress. I'd like 1 term for 6 years and no future political office to be held. That would be a good start to end the career politician.
Unless ofcourse your hoping to plan revolution and overthrow of the Gov't. That might be tough as well.
They are in violation of the Constitution and I personally declare Martial Law effective immediately to put the Obama administration and Governor Coumo in prison for breaching of the 1st, 2nd and 9th Amendments.
Non-Enumerated Rights (1791)
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
They are guilty of treason, espionage, murder, crimes against humanity, war crimes, hiding information from the American people, breaching the oathes they made prior to and upon election to office, weakening the integrity of the American Constitution, killing US citizens, falsifying records, protecting war criminals and fugitives such as George Walker Bush Junior, Richard Cheney, and other confederate enemies to this great nation.
I, Andrew Savage have solemnly sworn and affirm that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me G-d.
The president on trial and the officers below him have not only failed in their promises to secure a land of promise and liberty, but they have committed actions of terrorism against the American people, against the Constitution itself, subverting investigations, and have blamed it on the men in uniform who are trying to follow orders without violating the integrity of the United States Constitution. The Constitution is not a simple doctrine free to the luxuries and adulterations of a band of tyrants, it is a living and breathing doctrine as precious as the flesh and bone of any and every American citizen. That is your flesh and blood that affirms the USA Constitution- it is not a piece of paper to be subjected to abominations such as torture, assassination of this federation's own citizens, unlawful imprisionment of men of honor who spoke up and reported war crimes, etcetera. All of those protecting such criminal actions and criminals are subject to imprisionment and sentencing on their Judgement Day.
May the worse curse known to heaven be placed upon these enemies to our great nation.
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