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Forum Post: Small group of US senators moving towards impeachment

Posted 9 years ago on Oct. 17, 2012, 12:53 a.m. EST by arturo (3169) from Shanghai, Shanghai
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There is a small group of senators who are coming to their senses and realizing the seriousness of our situation. Which is that global civilization in its entirety is now threatened. As this can only become clearer, hopefully more will begin to see the light.

Here are some examples:

News Spreads of Rep. Jones' Impeachment-Threat Resolution 107

The last 24 hours have seen the "instant" spread of support for Rep. Walter Jones' impeachment-threat resolution continue. House Concurrent Resolution 107 says that the President commits an impeachable crime if he starts military action without authorization from Congress as the Constitution requires. Congress has been in recess since it was introduced on March 7, but support has resonated around the country through the immediate LaRouchePAC candidates' mobilization, and in other networks affected by it.


Kentucky Senator Perry Clark Sticks to His Guns: Impeach Obama!

It took a few days, but it is dawning on Kentucky political circles that Democratic State Senator Perry Clark was serious when he issued his statement on August 8th, joining statesman Lyndon LaRouche in calling for the immediate resignation or impeachment of President Obama and the enactment of Glass-Steagall, to save the United States republic from Obama's repeat of Adolf Hitler's 1933 Enabling Laws.

The Louisiville news site, LEO Weekly, posted a story last night reporting that "State Sen. Perry Clark Confirms that He Penned Letter Asking Obama to Resign, Praises Lyndon LaRouche." Sen. Clark told the apparently shocked "Fatlip" blogger that his letter speaks for itself. "What he [Obama] is doing with the Super Congress is unconstitutional. Obama is defending the international bankers. What we need to do is bring back Glass-Steagall. But I don't think [Obama] has the balls to stand up to them," Clark said. And he cited LaRouche's established authority as the man with "a track record of being right for many, many years," who has been "shut down by the mainstream because he's too much of a threat to the international financiers, he's challenging the system too much, and they're afraid of him."


Obama's 9/11 Coverup is Collapsing, Escalate for Impeachment Now

Senator Susan Collins led the charge at hearings on Wednesday, where Matt Olson, the head of the National Counterterrorism Center, was grilled about the Benghazi attack. Collins repeatedly said that she and many Senate colleagues were outraged and stunned when they found out that there were no armed Marine security details at the embassy or the consulate in Libya. CNN reported on Thursday that Ambassador Chris Stevens had confided to close colleagues that he knew that he was on an Al Qaeda hit list and that the security situation in the country, particularly in the Benghazi area, was disintegrating. The lid has blown off the Obama coverup, and we have reliable indications that a flood of further evidence of Obama’s criminal complicity and the story behind the story of the Benghazi attacks will grab headlines in the coming days.


Dennis Kucinich's Campaign to Impeach Obama Over Libya War

With Congress on recess this week, most lawmakers have fled the Beltway for their home districts. But not Dennis Kucinich. When he and I spoke on the phone Tuesday afternoon, the antiwar über-liberal was ping-ponging around Washington, deep into Day 2 of his media assault on President Obama's decision to start bombing targets in Libya. "Somebody has to be here to try to get our troops back and stop these wars!" he told me brightly.

The Ohio congressman has cast himself as a leading antagonist since Saturday, when, during a conference call of the Democratic caucus, he asked if Obama's failure to consult Congress before green-lighting the disturbingly named " Operation Odyssey Dawn" qualified as an impeachable offense. "I raised the question of are there constitutional limitations on executive power," he explained matter-of-factly. "This is an urgent debate for this country to have."




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[-] 1 points by DebtNEUTRALITYpetition (647) 9 years ago

If there were to be an impeachment act, I think the president's parallel foreclosure policy would be the reason for it. However, not enough politicians care about the presumably over a million homeowners who were entrapped into an accelerated foreclosure when the government allocated taxpayer funds for mortgage programs that were not guaranteed to lower a homeowners mortgage, but was guaranteed to bring on parallel foreclosure action by the bank.

The use of taxpayer funds to lure homeowners into an non guaranteed mortgage reduction program that apparently required the homeowner to fall behind on their mortgage first, initiating a parallel foreclosure action by the banks, seems like an impeachable act.

Apparently Obama's out clause is that the program did not require homeowners to fall behind on their mortgage to apply, but that is what it took to be considered for the program in a timely fashion.