There are many petitions demanding impeachment, but those at Petition 2 Congress stand out above the rest because they can email themselves to the signer’s Representative & Senators. These are demands for action, not fund raisers or list building tools. One of these nine petitions has sent > 17,000 emails to Congress, together, they have sent nearly 30,000 emails demanding impeachment.
If you know your Zip Code, you can send these petitions to Congress by filling in a simple form for each of them. You do not need to know the name or district number of your Representative.
No bill of impeachment will be introduced until members of the House of Representatives feel the heat and fear being removed from office in the next election cycle if they fail to perform their duty. No trial will take place in the Senate until Senators feel the heat and and fear being replaced with Conservatives in the next election cycle.
The imperious traitor will not be impeached, convicted and removed from office unless we disrespectfully and contumaciously demand it, with loud voices, in large numbers. No law is worth more than our will and ability to enforce it; the Constitution is no different. We can not wait for the other guy to enforce it, we must step up to the plate and take a swing at the ball.
What kind of government will your grand children live under? The WW2 generation decided to keep our representative republic. Can we do any less for our progeny? For their sake, sign these petitions. Email them to Congress. Email their links to everyone you can hope to influence. Embed a petition widget on your blog. Post petition links in blog and web site comments with an exhortation to sign them. Reblog or cross post this blog post. Do everything you can to make these petitions go viral.
If not us, then who? If not now, then when??
The Democrats and the Party of Subversive and Oppressive Government which revels in the masses to be ultimately dependent of Big Bro could take some lessons to heart in this article. But, taking responsibility for their own errors, mistakes and missteps is “alien” to them.
‘We Need to Stop Blaming Other People for Our Faults’ (excerpts)
Last week, I went to Philadelphia to observe a program called YouthBuild U.S.A. This was for What Works, my series of columns about solutions to the problems that plague black kids.
Said Lisa Rollins, 21: “We need to stop blaming other people for our faults. Step up and take the lead for our own problems. Nowadays, you see a lot of people saying, ‘I can’t be this; I can’t do this. …’ If you step back and take a look at yourself, you can do whatever you want to do.”