would agree that we have no elected officials who have the
courage to tell the truth, but that shouldn’t mean that we
citizens should give up on the truth too, just because it is
no longer popular to believe in it in this country. If
you want to live in a country that lives by the Constitution
and the rule of law, then you have to believe in the truth and support
the rule of law. Early on in his administration Obama
broke the law when he failed to prosecute his predecessor.
It’s called being an Accessory After the Fact. It’s
a crime. That was his first crime.
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§ 3. Accessory after the fact
knowing that an offense against the United States has been
committed, receives, relieves, comforts or assists the
offender in order to hinder or prevent his apprehension, trial
or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.
as otherwise expressly provided by any Act of Congress, an
accessory after the fact shall be imprisoned not more than
one-half the maximum term of imprisonment or (notwithstanding
fined not more than one-half the maximum fine prescribed for
the punishment of the principal, or both; or if the principal
is punishable by life imprisonment or death, the accessory
shall be imprisoned not more than 15 years.
If you want to read my
basic assessment of his predecessor’s crimes you can read
The fact is that Obama has continued to commit many of
the crimes that Bush and his administration committed,
including murder, torture, renditions, indefinite detentions, launching
illegal war and other crimes including various war crimes and
other affronts against the Constitution.
deserve our respect, he doesn’t deserve to be in office, he
shouldn’t be taken seriously as a public servant. He
is unqualified and disqualified. It is too late for
Even if he were to change his spots and behave
like a real President of the United States from this point
forward, it wouldn’t change the fact that he is a criminal
and ought to be held accountable for his crimes.
can’t see your way to agree with me then perhaps that’s
why we no longer have a president or congress that believe in
the rule of law. There is no lawmaker of which I am
aware who publicly agrees with what I just said. To me
that means there is no one in public office that deserves to
be in public office. If you want to live in a country
that believes in the rule of law, where no one is above the
law, you will need to come to terms with the truth.
President of the United States does not have permission to
commit murder or any other crime. Period. No one
else does either. If the president has no authority to
commit murder, he has no right or authority to give anyone
else permission to commit murder or to break any other law.
We have a criminal government. To the extent that you
give them a pass on their criminal behavior, you are an
accessory, and the reason, and the cause for the decline of
our country. This is how I see it. You have no
right to complain about how your elected officials behave if
you haven’t the consciousness to know the difference between
right and wrong, between legal and illegal, between keeping
your word or oath of office and you gave your word the last
time you said the pledge of allegiance. This is how it
I'm not saying that Obama
shouldn't have his day in court and a chance to prove he is innocent
of what the charges against him might be. I'm
saying that he should.
Nothing you say or think is going to change the
truth. It is what it is.
I See It
Universal Declaration of Human Rights