If We Don’t Like Our Criminal President, We Don’t Have To Keep Him–Period

What’s it going to take?  I just finished reading Andrew C. McCarthy’s excellent article appearing in today’s National Review Online, titled “Obama’s Massive Fraud.”  McCarthy points out that Martha Stewart was sent to federal prison for doing essentially the same thing Obama has done on a vastly larger scale, with his fraudulent sales pitch of Obamacare–intentionally misrepresenting a situation, knowing that the lie would harm others financially.

McCarthy also describes how CEOs of various firms are routinely dragged into court, sued and prosecuted, even jailed for decades, by Obama’s own administration, for frauds based on omissions of information that utterly pale in comparison to the devastating proportions of the socialist Obamacare scam.

Obama and his abettors have destroyed far more than the private health insurance market.  He and his agents have destroyed what remnants existed of the public morale, and trust in our institutions of government.  There’s just not much left to believe in, where it comes to public office.  The sense of betrayal and demoralization among the citizenry is palpable.

That brings us to exactly why Obama must be forced out.  I don’t care that he’s our first black president; if we tolerate this level of high crime, we as a nation don’t even deserve to have a dead raccoon in the Oval Office.  For that matter, a dead raccoon would be relatively benevolent (by its mere moot ineffectiveness) in contrast to the Marxist destroyer in there now.

Obama tricked millions of people into voting for him and supporting his plans by telling them blatant lies, over and over and over again.  Those of us (such as Sarah Palin) who tried to warn everyone about the scam were smeared and ridiculed, or ignored.

What Obama has done, and who he is, in no real way differs from Bernie Madoff, Richard Scrushy, Ivan Boesky, Michael Milken, Jeffrey Skilling, or Bernie Ebbers.  All of them and countless others have gone to federal prison, for their swindling of others in order to gain personally.  That’s exactly what Obama did.

Screeching voices on the Left are of course braying that old nonsense about Bush and Iraq, as if Bush and Cheney deliberately did something equivalent to what Obama has done.  Please.  Bush relied on the same intelligence about WMD that our allies and others at the UN did, and in the final analysis it turned out to be not only fairly accurate (despite enduring myths about the entire affair) but only a part of the multi-faceted rationale for using force to remove Saddam Hussein.

In his article, McCarthy (who happens to be a former top federal prosecutor) lays out the case, and point-blank accuses Obama of criminal fraud, of which Obama is unquestionably guilty.  But McCarthy seems almost as convinced that Obama will not be impeached for his high crimes as he is that Obama has deliberately committed them.  Although I tend to agree that the situation looks rather hopeless, The Constitution says otherwise.

Refreshingly the opposite of Obama, our Constitution is something we can actually rely on.  It says, if we don’t like our president’s high crimes and misdemeanors, we can get rid of him.  I, for one, say we must remove Barack Hussein Obama.  We have to insist that our representatives bring Articles of Impeachment against this criminal. Taking action is the only way to prove that we deserve better.

Donald Joy

About the author, Donald Joy: Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son. View all articles by Donald Joy

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