Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States and the first African American to hold office. During his Presidential Campaign in 2009, he promised the people that change is possible and that they should not suffer from high unemployment rates and inaccessible health care. Unfortunately, Obama has not been everything that he promised when elected. His fallen short of being the worst U.S. President in U.S. History. Here are just 10 reasons why I think President Obama should be impeached. What is your opinion on this issue? Do you think that President Barack Obama should be impeached? Two Presidents have so far been impeached for not upholding the American constitution- Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Will Obama be the third? We’ll just have to wait and see.
10. Political Coverup:
Obama fired the IG Walpin without just case for investigating Obama’s friend, Mayor Kevin Johnson (Sacramento), for fraud (850K) with AmeriCorps. In an unrelated incident, Mayor Johnson sexually assaulted a sixteen-year-old girl living in his home in 1995. She alleged that Johnson had molested her. Johnson apologized to the girl when he was confronted by her with the accusation during a phone conversation recorded by Phoenix police. However, he also stated that “what you’re saying happened, I’m not entirely agreeing happened.”
9. Misappropriation of charity funds:
Obama and William Ayers misappropriated 300 million+ dollars in donations meant for the education of Chicago’s minority students. They routed the money to Obama’s community activist buddies who then tried to brainwash the students into become radicals. The program was an utter failure.
Obama did not uphold his oath of office specifically with regard to: Article III Section 3 of the Constitution – Treason. America had the distinction of having another terrorist attack, on American soil – which did not happen in TWO terms of President Bush following the 9/11 attacks. The Boston Marathon Bombings killed 4 people and left hundreds of others injured and without limbs.
7. Bypassed Congress
In January 2013, Obama bypassed Congress by Executive Decree to allow Illegal Immigrants to remain and vote in America for partisan electoral purposes and reasons. He’s becoming more like an unruly dictator, than a U.S. president who promised to uphold the Constitution and the Rule of Law.
6. Muslim Brotherhood Appointment:
In August 2011, Obama appointed Muslim Brotherhood advisers, enemies of the State, to the White House. Aid and comfort to the Muslim Brotherhood is viewed as treason as per Article 3 Sec III of the US Constitution.
5. Libyan Crisis – The Lies:
Obama was quoted as saying that no congressional support would be provided to Libyan action (violation of the War Powers Act ). Obama lied to the American people when he said that there were no US troops on the ground in Libya. He later recanted his statement, saying they were only “logistical troops.” Obama violated the War Powers Act of 1973 by conducting a war against Libya without Congressional authorization. Bill Clinton lied too about having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky and look where that got him.
4. BP Oil Spill
Barack Obama’s response to the oil spill was a slap in the face for Americans. He’s just too soft to a run a big country like the United States of America. What “people” wanted to hear was an answer to Malia Obama’s now famous question—“Did you plug the hole yet, Daddy?”—and the answer they wanted to hear was yes, or, failing that, real soon. Even the President himself could not answer his daughter’s question or make any promises. Plugging the hole is beyond his power, or, apparently, anyone else’s for that matter. It took Obama and his administration nearly 3 months to cap the thing. The damage was already done. The US Government estimated the total discharge at 4.9 million barrels (210 million US gal; 780,000 m3). It is also considered the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry.
3. Government Dependency
Over 1-in-7 Americans are living off of food stamps, disability recipient numbers have nearly doubled, and the “Obama Phone” program is costing taxpayers over $2 billion per year. There are just a few of the many, many welfare programs that have ballooned under Barack Obama presidency. This out-of-control welfare spending only worsens our national debt and has created a dangerous situation for Americans.What is happening in the America is that workers and families are coming to expect lower levels of take-home pay that is likely to be disruptive from time-to-time as workers relocate from one p/t job to another. As a result, Americans can expect the downward cycle of limited employment opportunity that will result in dependency on government benefits ranging form unemployment insurance, food stamps, and health care.
2. Illegally Wiretapping Angela Merkel
In January, 2014, President Obama made an appearance on German television in an effort to ease tensions amid the wiretapping scandal. During the interview with ZDF public TV, Obama took strides to mend diplomatic fences with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, stating that although they may differ on issues of foreign policy, wiretapping her was wrong. Indeed, it was wrong. What was even more wrong, Obama knew about the wiretapping and did not seize the procedure. In Germany, it is considered a crime to wiretap politician. It was happening since 2002. During John Kerry’s trip to Europe, where he had went to talk about Syria, Iran, and Mideast peace, he spent a lot of his time being confronted by the understandable outrage over U.S. spying and quelling the furor of his European counterparts. Spain was one country that was unhappy!
1. Out-Of-Control Spending
When Obama took office, we were $10 trillion in debt — USA is now at nearly $17 trillion in debt. Under President Obama, spending dramatically increased at the same time that tax revenues dropped because of the Great Recession. By 2012, revenues were almost recovered to pre-2008 levels, but spending had risen yet again. Even three years in to the recovery, deficit levels remain above eight percent of GDP.