John Williams: Impeach Obama


To the editor:

As things went in Jonestown South Africa, the faithful have stepped “FORWARD” and drank the poisoned Kool-Aid provided by their leader.

The only difference this time: they chose to take the rest of us down with them. Their failure to get the facts, do their homework and great haste to believe the anointed one will cost us all.

Anyone notice how quick the jobs numbers changed after the election, or hidden information about a strike at one of our drones by Iran, or the compromise of our national security by our CIA directors affair?

The cover up in Libya goes on and the faithful celebrate as Rome burns. They are too blinded by their freebies and their self-righteousness to even see what is happening around them.

Exactly one day after Obama was reelected, he has stepped up his antigun agenda by pushing for the ATT treaty with the UN.

For those who believed the left wing talking point about second amendment rights, yet failed to do your own investigation to get the facts, the left has just proven you are the fool that the rest already knew you were. It matters not whether you hunt; the second amendment is the only amendment that has the ability to defend the others.

The first step toward serfdom has always been to remove the ability for the masses to defend themselves. Anyone who does not believe that this can happen in America is a fool.

Everyone needs to pay very close attention to what is going on in our government and this country, history is being made here. We are witnessing the destruction of the greatest country on earth, all being brought to you by a small man with a large ego and a Napoleon complex.

The question remains, do you think what we have in this great nation is worth fighting for? If so, then people you damn well better get off your butts.

Do your own research and get involved, you cannot just watch CBS, ABC and NBC and assume you are informed.

Not that long ago there were impeachment proceedings for sitting President Clinton, for his infidelity and subsequent lying about it, basically he was caught fooling around in the white house. There is no question that Clinton has the integrity of a snake but no one died because of it.

Fast forward to today and President Obama, there are a minimum of four people dead that we know of, a countless number of flat out lies to the American people, stalling on an investigation and it seems like a constant cover up of one thing or another and often multiple things at a time.

Remember we still do not have definitive answers on the Fast and Furious debacle where other Americans died. We are approaching the “Fiscal Cliff” and our President is jet setting around the world to places that would be nice to visit but there is no real need to do so.

Why not impeachment of Obama?

John Williams


caseykilpatrick 4 years, 5 months ago

Hi John,

With all due respect, your article is full of hypocritical hate spewing from someone who cannot take his own advice. Let me just take a moment and dismantle your ridiculously vehement rage with a little bit of "research" and reason.

First, in your opening paragraph, you say, "As things went in Jonestown, South Africa." The problem with this statement is the utter negligence you pay to any sort of history or geography. A quick Internet search would provide with with a bevy of sites explaining the Jim Jones "revolutionary suicide" occurred in Guyana, a country in South America. What this shows is from the beginning of your article, you've already "impeached" your own credibility.

In your next paragraph, you preach the values of doing a little research in order to "get the facts." Unfortunately, you've provided any factual evidence of your own. Furthermore, you've given us zero sources of any repute. How can you demand others do their research before you conduct some of your own.

As proof of this fact, I've actually done a little research into the main gripe of your article: gun control. First, I suppose you will probably be the first to note that President Obama mentioned gun control just once during the election season, and that reference came during a debate with Governor Romney. Based on his limited attention given to the topic, how can you claim your gun ownership rights are in immediate peril?

Now, your counterargument will probably come from some completely biased source (FOX News, The Examiner,, and that argument will make some sort of audacious claim how gun control was "very much on his agenda...but under the radar" (Brown para. 5). Of course gun control is under the radar! It simply is a non-issue to President Obama as evidenced by the fact gun sales have soared over the past four years. According to Burke E. Strunsky, a deputy district attorney from Riverside, California, "Despite the panic of gun rights activists after the 2008 election of President Obama and the prediction by the NRA that Obama would be the "most anti-gun president in American history," gun sales in the US have thrived in the last four years. In fact, the gun business has been so lucrative that some handgun manufacturers have stopped taking orders for periods of time as demand outpaces production and background checks, considered a reliable barometer of sales, have never been higher" (Strunksy para. 1). How do explain this researched fact?


caseykilpatrick 4 years, 5 months ago

Moreover, your asinine argument regarding the ATT treaty makes absolutely no sense. Have you even researched the ATT treaty as it relates to the Obama administration? Conducting a quick Google News search will provide you with limited articles concerning that subject, and most of them maintain a heavy right-wing sentiment. If you were to actually read anything about the treaty, you would come to understand that it deals primarily with the exporting of firearms and other weaponry. While this could potentially damage a small segment of our economy, the bottom line is that it has zero impact on the domestic market, and even more diminutive impact on your gun ownership. Furthermore, should the United States really fly in the face of every other country in the UN? According to Dave Workman from The Examiner (a conservative source), "Today’s decision to rekindle ATT talks puts the United States in bed with China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and more than 150 other countries. Eighteen nations abstained from voting on the measure, but there was no opposition" (Workman para. 9). If every other country either consented or abstained to simply reopen talks on the treaty, why should the United States be any different?

Finally, when you claim people have died because of President Obama's integrity, I think you forget that it was actually President George W. Bush who got the United States into the war in the Middle East. Now, I'm not so naive to believe the President Obama isn't responsible for some deaths as our valued soldiers kept freedom alive. In fact, my father, brother, and best friend both served multiple tours overseas defending America. That being said, it is ridiculous to put all that blame on President Obama simply because of your irrational emotional spectrum.

My point, John, is that before you rant about people not doing their research, you should do some of your own. It's not fair to call for impeaching anybody without any legitimate evidence proving they deserve it.

Works Cited

Brown, Susan. "Unholy Trio: Gun control, the U.N. and Obama." Delaware Online., 23 2012. Web. 23 Nov 2012.

Strunsky, Burke E.. "The Gun Control Controversy." Huff Post Politics. The Huffington Post, 09 2012. Web. 23 Nov 2012.

Workman, Dave. "The day after: U.N. moves quickly on global gun control debate." Politics. The Examiner, 07 2012. Web. 23 Nov 2012.


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