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U.S. general: Let's make Obama resign
« on: November 20, 2013, 09:20:52 PM »

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U.S. general: Let's make Obama resign
Cites Nixon resignation, urges citizens 'to save republic' from Washington leadership
Published: 23 hours ago
 by F. Michael Maloof

WASHINGTON – A retired Army general is calling for the “forced resignations” of President Obama, other administration officials and the leadership of Congress for the direction they’re taking the nation, his list of grievances including the systematic political purge of hundreds of senior military officers in the U.S. military.

Retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely told WND he is calling for nationwide rallies and protests to demand the resignations and added that a peaceful “civil uprising is still not out of question.”

In his capacity as chairman of the organization Stand Up America, Vallely issued what he termed a “National Call to Action” to force the resignations of Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

Vallely, formerly the deputy commanding general of Pacific Command, said the current crop of leaders must be forced to resign by the “demand resignation” process, which he explained requires massive grass-roots protests and social networking. As an example, he cited the public and media pressure that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

Impeachment, Vallely said, is not a viable option because of “partisan politics.”

“Our federal government continues down the path of destroying America,” he said. “Americans must now stand up and put America back on the right track.”

In issuing his national call to action, Vallely said the federal government has not subsided in “sucking the oxygen” out of America.

“And we call to action all branches of government to do your constitutional duties and not be led astray in the cultural and moral decay of America. We have witnessed far too many lies,” he said, as well as “deception and the corruption of the republic.”

Vallely reminds Americans that the Declaration of Independence itself states that whenever “any Form of Government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem more likely to affect their Safety and Happiness.”

Vallely said the nation he long defended is self-destructing “before our very eyes,” because of “our inept and incompetent leadership in Washington.”

“The battle is on,” he added, “and we shall not retreat.”

Vallely, who has also served as a Fox News military analyst, claimed the Obama administration and leadership of Congress have been leading the nation down a road of “progressive socialism.”

The retired general said the U.S. faces a battle that is unknown to generations of Americans, and that the fate of the nation is “now in our hands” to enforce the Constitution and “severely limit the federal government and its out-of-control spending.”

He said conditions today are approaching those of the time of the inaugural address of President Abraham Lincoln, who said at the time that people have a “right to rise up and shake off the existing government and form a new one.”

“Shake off,” said Vallely, “means replacing government leaders.” He argued America today bears “many similarities to the fall of Rome.” America, he added, is not immune to collapse or even revolution, which he notes “has happened many times in history. … External and internal threats could precipitate this as well as any financial collapse.”

Vallely added that “politics as usual will not be effective or sufficient enough to turn the country around.”

“We are in a war for America,” he told WND, adding that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Dr. Ben Carson, the noted brain surgeon and author of “America the Beautiful” and other bestselling books have made similar observations.

Americans have had enough, he said, and the Obama White House and identifiable members of Congress “must now depart from a progressive socialist and treasonous death march and bankrupting the country beyond expectations.”

“A civil uprising is still not out of the question as ‘pain’ grips the country more each day,” Vallely said, adding that there is time to change the country in a peaceful way.

“This means raising your voice now to your neighbors, family, co-workers and friends,” he said. “Be the captains of your souls. I pray for another George Washington to appear within the year and lead us.”

One of the issues that alarms Vallely is the high number of senior officers in the U.S. military who have been fired under the Obama administration, a toll estimated at one officer per week. Indeed, Vallely has been very outspoken to what he calls a “purge” of the U.S. military by the Obama administration — with a stunning nine generals and flag officers relieved of duty this year alone.

WND has been reporting on the surge of firings, suspensions and dismissals, for which Vallely has assigned a good portion of the blame to Obama’s close adviser, Valerie Jarrett. Rampant “political correctness” due to her influence, Vallely tells WND, is now permeating the military and negatively affecting everyone from top generals to the ranks of the enlisted.

According to Vallely, Obama is “intentionally weakening and gutting our military, Pentagon and reducing the U.S. as a superpower, and anyone in the ranks who disagrees or speaks out is being purged.”

Vallely equated the current treatment of U.S. senior military officers watching over what is said and done among mid-level officers and enlisted ranks to that of the “political commissars from the Communist era.”

He also told WND that the White House won’t investigate its own officials, but finds it easy to fire military commanders “who have given their lives for their country.”

“Obama will not purge a civilian or political appointee because they have bought into Obama’s ideology,” Vallely said. “The White House protects their own. That’s why they stalled on the investigation into Fast and Furious, Benghazi and Obamacare. He’s intentionally weakening and gutting our military, Pentagon and reducing us as a superpower, and anyone in the ranks who disagrees or speaks out is being purged.”

He’s far from alone in his concerns about the military purge, as J.D. Gordon, a retired Navy commander and a former Pentagon spokesman in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, says the Obama administration is rushing to unload senior officers whom he believes have become “political pawns” dismissed for questionable reasons.

Retired Army Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady, a recipient of the U.S. military’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, similarly has told WND that Obama needs to apply the same standards to his political appointees as he does to the military.

“Just when you thought the leadership of this government could not get any worse, it does,” Brady said. “Never in history has an administration spawned another scandal to cover the current one.”

This was a reference to the recent firing of a number of generals to mask “Obama’s serial scandals, all prefaced by lies – Fast and Furious, Benghazi, NSA, IRS,” among others, said Brady, former president of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

Retired Army Lt. Gen. William G. “Jerry” Boykin, who was a founding member of Delta Force and later deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence under President George W. Bush, tells WND it is worrying that four-star generals are being retired at the rate that has occurred under Obama.

“Over the past three years, it is unprecedented for the number of four-star generals to be relieved of duty, and not necessarily relieved for cause,” Boykin said. “I believe there is a purging of the military. The problem is worse than we have ever seen.”

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Re: U.S. general: Let's make Obama resign
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2013, 10:47:47 PM »
Let's see if the General still knows how to lead.  I think he's quite right, and far too many people don't realize that the government is what we have allowed it to become.

But just cleaning house at the top will not solve the long term problems that still exist.  For starters, the US Congress has systematically disassembled the checks and balances built into the Constitution, and until the Constitution is restored to the way it was originally written there is no hope of restoring a constitutional government.  You have to fix the systemic problems or we will end up right back where we started.

We are in a constitutional crisis like the Republic has never experienced before.  The two political parties are destroying government for, by, and of The People, and we are approaching the time for drastic action if the Republic is to survive. 

Lead on General.....

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Re: U.S. general: Let's make Obama resign
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2013, 11:10:42 PM »

But just cleaning house at the top will not solve the long term problems that still exist.  For starters, the US Congress has systematically disassembled the checks and balances built into the Constitution, and until the Constitution is restored to the way it was originally written there is no hope of restoring a constitutional government.  You have to fix the systemic problems or we will end up right back where we started.

I think a lot of people miss this very important point. Obama is a symptom of a greater problem. IMHO, in general, we have lost most of our spirit and are on an accelerated rate to lose everything that makes the US, us.

I've used this analogy often but it really is a good example. In in the 1950s and 1960s, the African American community had some of the fastest increases in income over any demographic group, they had the fastest rate of new business ownership, and they had one of the lowest divorce rates. That all changed with The New Deal. It completely changed the spirit within that community- by design. LBJ put it bluntly, said The New Deal would "keep those ****** voting Democrat for 200 years". The PTBs saw that independence was the enemy of their power. They were the party of the poor, and they dam sure were going to keep as many people poor and create as many poor as possible in order to keep their power.

This is just a small, but very visible example of how liberalism works against the spirit of man.

I found myself re-reading Matt Bracken's novels the past few weeks. When I first read them a few years ago, many of the things he described in society I thought were way over the top. Normalcy and decency were ostracized. Fringe was made the norm. I thought it was bizarro world then, but reading it again, it is pretty shocking the attitude similarity he predicted.

Ignorance is now intelligence. Things like the family are now painted as odd or repressive. Entrepreneurism is now considered predatory and damaging. Religion of any type are now evil. Heck, even football has become a liberal philosophy forum.

Look at the 'knock out' game. There is no respect or even acknowledgement of another individual's right of existence. It is beyond crime. It is now just a 'game'. With a crime, there at least is a motive of some sort, even if it is criminal. Now, it is more of a mental state. Of course, because it is a mental state, it will be considered protected and anyone defending themselves from those playing the game will be made to be the criminal.  Why, because the collective will be deemed more important than the individual. The Zimmerman case is a good example. To many, it was OK for Trayvon to 'jump' Zimmerman because he was the product of the collective actions against him. How many referred to him as 'poor', 'broken home', 'different culture', etc. Those all trumped Zimmerman's right to protect his individual existence. Those who took the side of Trayvon still are using the collective good(sic) as an excuse to strip away the individual's existence via 'stand your ground' laws. The ironic thing is not only was that not even used in the case (it was a classic self-defense case), but the person who possibly could have used the Stand Your Ground argument was the lawyers on Trayvon's side. They could have made the defense he felt threatened and had the right to stand his ground and protect him from who he thought of as a threat. Instead, they didn't take that route because it wouldn't allow for the collective to strip the rights of the individual.

Obama's slogan should have been - No You (an individual) Can't, Yes We (the collective) Can.

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Re: U.S. general: Let's make Obama resign
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2013, 11:44:25 PM »
As with Rome, so with the US; the republic may have to fall.

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