Whereas and in respect of Amendment I to the U.S. Constitution, which includes this provision: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…,” President Barack Obama misused his office in a speech of 06 April 2009 in Ankara, Turkey, when he made the statement that the United States “is not and never will be at war with Islam,” the clear implication being his recognition of the establishment of Islam as a state, since it is impossible for any nation to have any relationship with an abstract such as religion, including a declaration of war, for example. Congress has made no law, as per the requirement of the Constitution, respecting Islam as either a religion or a state, thus President Obama, in assuming a power deemed as the prerogative of the Congress, notwithstanding its prohibition of establishment regarding religion, is guilty of violating the Constitution in both respecting an establishment of religion and usurping Congressional power, thus making himself liable to impeachment.
Moreover, President Obama, in making this statement in the same speech: “Many other Americans have Muslims in their family, or have lived in a Muslim-majority country. I know, because I am one of them,” further violated Amendment I in not only recognizing the establishment of religion but in personally implicating himself in that violation, thus occasioning further cause for impeachment.
Whereas and in respect of Amendment IV to the U.S. Constitution, which includes this provision: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated…,” President Obama and perhaps the Congress are guilty of violating the Constitution, having secured 80% ownership of AIG, substantial ownership of other financial institutions as well as huge segments of the auto industry, and are in the process of establishing rules and regulations, including salaries, for the operation of those entities heretofore categorized as “private” rather than “public,” without due process concerning either shareholders or citizens and by using public monies confiscated from the citizens, thus occasioning public unrest such as that exhibited in the “Boston tea party” of 16 December 1773.
Moreover, in allowing his Treasury Secretary to state unequivocally his intention to dispose of any enterprise he and he alone deemed worthy of such action, i.e., doomed to fail, President Obama has exhibited an unreasonable permission for both search and seizure, i.e., confiscation of records leading to dissolution of said enterprises. Moreover, these actions represent a concrete threat to the security of persons with regard to their houses, which may be lost through loss of income; papers, with regard to their documents of ownership and consequent voting privileges; and effects, with regard to profits or losses.
Whereas and in respect of Amendment V to the U.S. Constitution, which includes this provision: “No person shall be … deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation,” President Obama and perhaps the Congress are guilty of violating the U.S. Constitution, having deprived the citizens of life as concerning the means necessary to existence, i.e., failing in oversight responsibilities eventuating in the collapse of the economy; liberty, as concerning severe constraints upon life-style; or property, as concerning the unfairness of bailing out some but not others as, for example, regarding mortgages and financial/automobile institutions, thus penalizing good managers by giving them nothing and rewarding bad managers by conserving both their industries and golden parachutes and granting a huge competitive advantage.
Moreover, private property has been taken for public use – now owned in part by government fiat and bailout money – without just compensation, i.e., citizens not being consulted regarding compensation, the claim being made by President Obama’s Treasury Secretary that no one knows what anything is actually worth, in making decisions. Complicit in this circumstance have been Congressional leaders Reid, Pelosi, Franks, and Dodd, as well as all those in Congress who have approved these named, illegal takeovers.
For all of these manifestations of violations of the U.S. Constitution, President Obama, as well as members of Congress who have by their votes made themselves accessories before and after the fact, i.e., mostly democrats, should be subject to Articles of Impeachment and therefore made to answer to the American people for their dereliction concerning their sworn testimony to uphold The U.S. Constitution.
Whereas, in light of the foregoing paragraph denoting the impossibility of the U.S. House in impeaching either the president, the Senate, or itself despite the obvious cause for such action, and in respect of Amendment X to the U.S. Constitution, which includes this provision: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people,” individuals and state governments should either call for impeachment of all of the above or take matters into their own hands.