from birtherreport.com: 'Turner: Let Obama Impeachment Process Of Discovery Begin; Removal And Nullification' - Neil Turner ('Citizens for the Constitution') - Nov. 24
(Recommending letters to our Congressional representatives; examples given, of his)
William R. Thompson Jr. · 18 hours ago (Nov. 25)Obama wants to be impeached. Impeachment would legitimze his status as POTUS. It would also rally his base, and many others, that would see impeachment as a partisan Republican effort to remove the duly elected President. It is likely they would use violence to defend him. Instead, we should be using Quo Warranto to remove him for being the illegal alien, foreign national, that is illegally occupying the Office of the President. Sherrif Arpaio's evidence should be usable in a way that would force Obama to prove his ID. In the end, we must consider the words of another Barry, Barry Goldwater "Extremism in the defense of virtue is no vice, and moderation in the pursuit of justice, is no virtue."
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kibitzer3 60p · 2 minutes ago ( Nov. 26)Excellent point, Wm. The man is not legally the POTUS (not a bona fide "natural born" citizen) - as even the Democrat Party of Hawaii effectively acknowledged, when they refused to certify the constitutionality of his candidacy - ergo, he just needs to be removed, by Oathkeepers, and held for trail, on a whole host of charges.
-[N.B. This article was accessed under the birtherreport.com posting of an article headed 'Flashback; Democratic [sic] Party of Hawaii Would Not Certify Obama Was Constitutionally Eligible To Be President'. carried by CDR Kerchner (Ret)'s Blog - Nov. 25. Continuing with this Comments thread:]
Richard David Hayes · 8 hours ago (Nov. 25)Impeachment would only validate his potus. You cannot impeach that which does not exist.
Immediate arrest for treason and felony of fraud including all complicit and
revocation of all fraudulent usurptions and actions.
Toleration Is Compromise - Ignorance Is Complicity - Inaction Is Approval
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bob68 101p · 7 hours agoIt's a moot point because Congress knows impeachment would also validate the fact they allowed and assisted an ineligible, identity fraud con-artist in becoming the putative president. That is high level treason. Congress will never impeach Obama for fear impeachment, whatever the stated reason, would reveal their part in the biggest fraud in history.
kibitzer3 60p · 1 minute ago (Nov. 26)Excellent point, bob68 - and Richard David Hayes originally.
("Barack Obama's Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell recently told a group of Latino bloggers in an online chat that the Obama administration wants to make Obamacare available for illegal aliens…")
This is not only "reason enough for his impeachment". This is reason enough for his outright arrest; along with his entire administration. They have proven to be a criminal enterprise, that has taken over the helm of the American ship of state. Out with the lot of them. No if, ands or buts. Before they do any more damage to the nation than they already have.
Disgusting stuff. Rubbing our noses in their s**t.
I should have added: It's time to call them on it. (I would have - added it, that is - but this site - like so many - doesn't allow for Edits. Damn. More anger to deal with.)
P.S. Fortunately, I was able to go to bed on a better note last night: the next letter I opened - letting it go at that for the night - was from an outfit called the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor; Adm. R.J. 'Zap' Zlatoper, USN (Ret.), Chairman of the Board. (With a name like that, my spirits were already being lifted.) It was a donation-request letter (what else, in my voluminous mail. Except for bills), with a covering letter from Dr. Buzz Aldrin, Col. USAF, Ret. (no quote marks around that one. Is that his actual first name???), which read, in part:
"I graduated from West Point in 1951, just a few years after the devastation of World War II. I later had the honor of serving in the Korean War alongside the heroes of Iwo Jima, Guadalcanal, and Midway.
"Today, as we approach the 75th Anniversary of the attack on Peal Harbor, it is more Important than ever to remember the heroism and sacrifice of those who fought and died so that you and I could live with the blessings of liberty…"1
It went on: "…the freedom we enjoy today was purchased with the lives of American heroes…"
Amen, Dr. Buzz. Worth remembering, indeed.
The Admiral's letter opened:
"Dear Fellow American:
"Will you join NASA astronaut Col. Buzz Aldrin…and thousands of other patriotic Americans in honoring the last of our surviving World War II veterans before they are gone forever?
"If your answer is 'YES,' then I'd like to invite you to take part in a rare opportunity to preserve a National historic landmark site, honoring the veterans of Pearl Harbor, World War II, and all who served and continue to serve our country since…
"You are one of a handful of Americans selected to receive this letter because you take pride in our nation and honor our veterans.
"It is Americans like you who know that the morning of December 7th, 1941,2 when Japanese fighters came screaming out of the sky and devastated America's Pacific fleet, was the moment 'a sleeping giant awakened.' On that day, America became the defender of freedom in the world…" (author's emphasis)
Glad to support your honorable cause, Admiral.
Duty. Honor. Country. Moving words, and sentiment...
As for 'the 'other' cause referred to in this blog; I have just one thing to say to you, Barry:
Eat my shorts.
No, I'll add something to that sentiment; to, perhaps, make it more clear:
You are not fit to tie the shoelaces of the heroes of this country's history, Barry.
Go back to your Bathhouse, where you fit in better.
1 an echo from the Preamble to the Constitution:
'We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.'
And I notice that they even capitalized Posterity. Such was the intention of the Founding Fathers of this nation…
2 "A day that will live in infamy," pronounced President FDR, in his speech to the Congress, Assembled on the occasion. Which infamy includes his deliberate provoking of Japan into 'firing the first shot,' in order to get the (stubbornly isolationist, from its roots) U.S. into the war. Another story.
Echoed in our time by the provocateurs of PNAC - Project for a New American Century - who brought us Pearl Harbor II. But that, too, is another story...