OC-based Tea Party: Impeach Obama Over Gun Control Executive Orders ... or Benghazi
Of course, the so-called "grass-roots" movement had already demandedi the president's ouster over the tragedy in Benghazi. And to think, Barry was only popularly re-elected two months ago and will not even been inaugurated until Monday.
Makes one wonder how the California Tea Party would have reacted had it been around in 1983, when the Beirut barracks bombing that killed 241 American servicemen happened on President Ronald Reagan's watch. Or the 1990s, when the by then former president and conservative icon Reagan supported various gun control measures, including the Brady Bill and assault weapon bans.
The executive orders Obama unveiled that require no congressional approval include actions to improve background checks of gun buyers, share that information among law enforcement and instruct the Centers for Disease Control to research causes and prevention of gun violence. The president also indicated he will nominate acting director Todd Jones as director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Meanwhile, Obama called on Congress to ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and further close loopholes in the gun sale background check system. He also called on the public to hold the feet of members of Congress to the fire to enact those measures.
Just under that in the email is the demand that Obama be impeached over Benghanzi. The case is made by calling the president a "fraud," a "rat," "unqualified," "utterly inept," "a danger to our country," a liar (multiple times), a "killer" and treasonous because he provided "aid and comfort" to radical Islam enemies of the state.
"America deserves better than being Obama's whore," insists the Benghazi impeachment portion of the email that you can read in full on the next page. What's that? You don't want to? Oh, so you're not a patriot? Found another one, Mildred, take down his name!
Naturally, the message goes on to seek money from supporters to pay for the "fax blast" to U.S. congressmen and senators.
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