My wife and I voted for Obama in 2008, a huge mistake. Starting in mid-July 2012, I started mailing contributions to each of the following organizations that are in disfavor of President Obama’s disregard of our national laws: Freedom Watch, Mountain States Legal Foundation, U.S. Border Security Council, Liberty Guard, Campaign for Liberty, White House Watch, U.S. Investigative Unit, U.S. Justice Foundation, Minuteman Project, Citizens for a Secure American, and American Center for Law and Justice.
After spending hundreds of dollars before the last November election to have Obama impeached, I now come to the following conclusion: Sadly, the money being pocketed from contributions now appears to be more important than Obama’s impeachment.
Needless to say, I have lost most of my respect not only for persons of congressional status, but also all others in the Washington, D.C., area. You can be sure if Obama completes his second term, he will become a top leader in the United Nations and American will become another poor nation as U.N. rules force us to finance poor nations around the world.
Our only hope for Americ is immediate impeachment of Obama and his weak lawless administration. Can impeachment cause “civil war?” (I hope not). Obama now feels that he has a giant army of Latinos to back him. Civil war or not, Obama must be immediately removed from office, or we and our children will be left with only a memory of how great America once was.
So, my questions to you is, how many national American laws is a “rough president” allowed to break before you people get your heads out the sand and stop this slaughtering of our U.S. Constitution — be it the Obama attacks on our own border patrols or the “Fast and Furious” weapons cover-up by the White House. Should Obama be allowed to complete his second term, perhaps you should visualize what America could become one short decade from now.
No more contributions from me, so please remove me from your mailing. I am an 80-year-old foot soldier veteran of the Korean War where 54,264 Americans died, and more than 103,000 American wounded.