On August 8,1974, Richard Nixon, the 37th president of the United States, announced that he would resign from office, effective at noon the following day. I recall watching the broadcast and learning a valuable lesson at the age of six. I was taught just like every child that not even the president is above the law. This country did not punish Richard Nixon in 1974. This country protected itself from people who think they are above our laws. This country sent a message to the world that everyone is accountable for their actions. The message that all human beings are created equal and not one is better.
That message was meant for everyone, including a thirteen year old boy named Barack Obama. When President Obama first said “If Congress won’t act I will,” he declared war on the Constitution. In January of 2015 new lawmakers were sworn into office. When they took the oath of office they better have paid attention to every word being said. They swore to protect the constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic. We have more than a few domestic enemies in Washington. Any lawmaker that allows this lawlessness to continue is as guilty as the ones who are breaking the law. When politicians are not held accountable for the laws they break they become tyrants. When the president isn’t held accountable for the laws he breaks, he becomes a dictator.
I have heard it said that to impeach would be political suicide. If you don’t prosecute these traitors it is suicide for the country. Think about our kids and their future. Send a message to our children that all men are created equal. Demonstrate to the world that everyone in America must abide by our laws. Show the world that if you break our laws you will find yourself in prison. Our laws are not written to punish Barack Obama. Our laws were written to protect us from people like Barack Obama. God bless each and every one of you, and may God forever bless this country, Shep #Marine4Truth