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Texans for the Impeachment of President Obama

17 Signatures Goal: 50,000

President Obama has shown himself not to be worthy of the Office of the President of the United States. Due to his lack of leadership on Benghazi, alone, is sufficient for articles of impeachment, as he left Americans to die in a foreign country when help was available and close by. However, with the swirling controversies with the IRS, Fast and Furious, intimidation of the press, NSA invading the privacy of millions of Americans and the continual encroachment upon the Constitution; President Obama has shown himself to be fully against America and our values. Furthermore, ObamaCare has saddled Americans of all financial means with a debt that will be felt for generations. It must be stated clearly, President Obama has an absolute focus on increasing debt by increasing citizen dependence on government. It is his core mechanism for introducing socialism so that the nation is unable to unhitch itself from the monster he is creating. And this is categorically unacceptable. We'd ask our elected representatives in Washington DC to bring articles of impeachment and remove this man from our system of government. He is a blight upon the mighty and noble United States of America. We need to return to our once respected place on the world stage and by removing him from office, is a worthy but difficult step.

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    Aaron w. Sloan
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    Kathy Aldredge
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    Kathy Aldredge
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    Michael Porter
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    Billy Todd
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    Pedro Acosta
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    Candice Gould
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    Charles krachala
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    David Fowler
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    Craig S. Bowers
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    Diann Sloan
    2 years ago
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    Ron Wong
    2 years ago
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