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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

End Obama's precedents

I joined, which has 50 state groups with 47,545 members since forming on June 8, to have President Obama impeached.

The IRS scandal was bad enough. When the NSA scandal broke, that was it.

The website's founder, James Neighbors, has said Americans should just think of the precedents this administration is setting and what will be in store for us in the future as a result.

We members want to raise awareness of the impeachable and scandalous offenses of President Barack Hussein Obama by protesting with signs and flags.

He violated the War Powers Resolution in Libya by siding with the rebels in their civil war. That is impeachable.

When Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown, the rebels raised the al-Qaida flag in Tripoli. The president used American air power to help the rebels advance along the Libyan coast. Obama wanted to bomb Syria and again aid the Sunni Muslim al-Qaida rebels. Aiding al-Qaida is treason.

In Benghazi, the president prevented the military from defending the U.S. outpost, which is U.S. soil that was under attack, and four Americans died. In Syria, he is concerned with the safety of foreign nationals.

The president swore under oath to defend Americans against enemies.

Tom Barchfeld


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