General Calls for Obama’s “Forceful Resignation”

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November 22, 2013 10:20am PST

A retired General, is announcing his “National Call to Action,” to gain support for the, already snowballing, effort to remove Obama from office.

Retired Major General Paul E. Vallely, who has taken several oaths to the country and the white house, of course not to this president, is fed up and demands the “forceful resignation” of Obama.

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He loathes the fact that the “nation he long defended is self-destructing ‘before our very eyes,’ because of ‘our inept and incompetent leadership in Washington.’”

Vallely admits that between the president, certain other high ranking politicians, and the heads of congress, this country is being hijacked down a road not suitable for the American people.  He states that “Our federal government continues down the path of destroying America.”

That being said, he expresses his desire to purge these politicians from their positions in effort to reboot the government.

WND quotes the General:

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 suggests that people take to the streets in rallies and protests in order to demonstrate the frustration of the American people and that, “civil uprising is still not out of question.”

The general establishes that impeachment doesn’t work, referencing Bill Clinton. He instead states that the removal of Obama must be through many grass-root organizations implementing the “demand resignation” process.

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Seeing Obama can’t see past the end of his own nose, the chances that the man voluntarily resign from his position are slim to none.  I could see some made up facts being released showing his approval rates higher than perceived – wouldn’t be the first time.

The General declared that “The battle is on,” “and we shall not retreat.”

Do you agree?

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