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Obama's War On Business and the Impeachment Process

As I watch the daily news these days  I feel like the Obama administration feels it now has a mandate to charge full force ahead in its War On Business- or private enterprise- which is the more accurate terminology to use for the phrase "capitalism" coined by that infamous proponent of state capitalism- Karl Marx. The idea that reality can be transformed though a linguistic structure of perception is a popular method of the far left, as popular as using "social benefit programs" to sell themselves as the people's friend, when in fact those programs are being used to rob the public of their independence in exchange for the same sort of "property maintenance" that a slave owner needs to implement in order to maintain the value of his property.

So as Obama's War on Business proceeds we see business closing and laying off people to try to dodge the rapid fire assault that is being aimed right at them. Since the mysterious authors of the "too big to read"  ObamaCare legislation have decided that a thirty hour work week is full time employment, making businesses subject to the heaviest artillery fire in the administrations arsenal, if they offer employees greater than thirty hours a week, businesses are responding by laying people off and reducing work hours to under thirty hours per week.

During the years leading up to this all out war on private enterprise, I have heard many times over  from one individual or another telling of how wonderful it is in Europe that they have such a short work week. The fact that Europe is over burdened with debt and on the verge of bankruptcy is lost on the clueless who only see as far as "Isn't it wonderful that people in Europe do not have to work very hard !" I witnessed couple of liberals on the news who were advocating for a $20.00 an hour minimum wage. I wanted to ask them what they think the cost of a Big Mac should be.

If the Obama administration isn't stopped though the impeachment and conviction process which this administration has earned many times over by any normal standards. I believe they will have completed the mission destroying the "evil USA" in a year. Now that Obama has reportedly been handed the power to do so by a an either suicidal or shamelessly ignorant electorate, he will escalate his destructive mission. If we do not fight this enemy within, using the tools provided to us by our constitution, we are the worst generation ever in this country and comparable to the generation that embraced Adolph Hitler for much the same reasons- "social programs" sold as being for the"social benefit"

The Republican's "War on Women" was a big fat lie manufactured by our newly minted Ministry of Dis-Information" but Obama's War On Business is the real thing.

It is popular to say that our dear leader will never be impeached , based on the thin air theory of facts, and then to advocate secession or revolution as if that is not advocating the very chaos that the Progressives have been working toward for decades, but if you look at the facts of how the impeachment process proceeds, it is in the hands of the House, decided by the judiciary committee, which includes quite a few names recognizable for their active pursuit of the truth in Benghazi and Fast and Furious. A simple majority vote is all that it takes to impeach, with the Republicans having the majority in the House. The President of the Senate is in charge of conducting the trial, which would at first be the Vice President who implicated himself in the Benghazi cover up during the debates and has likely implicated himself in other ways as well. If the Vice President is included in the impeachment process, then the Senate trial is conducted by the most Senior member of the Senate, who is Daniel K. Inouye,(D) a war veteran and war hero who was on the Watergate committee and the Chairman of Iran Contra committees.

So that is wherein our hopes now shine, I myself must always follow that beacon of light that shines hope on the world. I agree with all the dismal forecasts of what will happen to the world if the light is darkened- but do not agree that it is the inevitable course in which this country is headed. The administration has stonewalled the Fast and Furious Investigation, and some Democrats, led by Harry Reed  are trying to stop an independent (Watergate style) investigation into Benghazi, but I believe that the far left can only forestall the constitutional process from preceding but not prevent it. and I am encouraged to see the whistle blowers on this administration that are emerging as the incredible charges on which this administration can be impeached just keep on multiplying. It's already far worse than Watergate, which had no body count. How far does it have to unravel before the general public gets over their misconceptions that this administration cannot be impeached? How many more murders in which the actions of this administration are implicated before the balloon of public mesmerization of this president and his gang is popped?

Update
This is an interesting Blog post dated Sept 11, 2011 discussing Impeachment initiatives taking place in Congress, citing Fast and Furious, Solyndra, and picking winners and losers in the auto bail our by providing for union workers to retain their pensions but not so for non-union workers, Below are links to letters written by members of congress requesting information regarding the pension issue.
As this blog was being published, Benghazi was about to happen adding yet another major reason for impeachment.

Letter to the White House Counsel
Letter to the Department of Treasury
Letter to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

September 13 2012
Statement of Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith Full Committee Hearing on The Obama Administration's Abuse of Power 

November 13 2012
Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith seeks timeline in FBI investigation of Petraeus Affair

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