The Call is Going Out

More and more people are speaking out against the president, calling for his resignation. As I have said before, he should resign while there’s time. Because after November there will be all sorts of investigations. Better he get out while the getting’s good.

UPDATE: The list is growing if you look at the comments. My favorite so far is Ted Rall.

Obama is useless. Worse than that, he’s dangerous. Which is why, if he has any patriotism left after the thousands of meetings he has sat through with corporate contributors, blood-sucking lobbyists and corrupt politicians, he ought to step down now — before he drags us further into the abyss.

I refer here to Obama’s plan for “preventive detentions.” If a cop or other government official thinks you might want to commit a crime someday, you could be held in “prolonged detention.” Reports in U.S. state-controlled media imply that Obama’s shocking new policy would only apply to Islamic terrorists (or, in this case, wannabe Islamic terrorists, and also kinda-sorta-maybe-thinking-about-terrorism dudes). As if that made it OK.

Yes, even lefty Ted gets it. And the greens are getting really mad at him, also.

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  1. I dunno if you want to site this guy as an example of “more people speaking out against the President”. He was calling Barack Hussein Obama the “ambassador from hell” even before he got elected.
    I always liked Pastor Manning and his particular brand of crazy. If anything he's dialed it down considerably here. His youtube channel is ATLAHWorldwide and I highly recommend his videos. He was ahead of the curve on that Hitler/Obama thing as well. Funny, funny stuff.

  2. I'm afraid I don't see why Obama should resign, unless you think the country being run by a clown show like Joe Biden would be a great idea.

  3. I'm amazed that the Springfield Journal Register even printed that column! Must be proof that they're publish their syndicates without reading them these days.

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