Video: Daniel Ellsberg says NDAA is an impeachable offenseSubmitted by Mark Hanson on Tue, 02/19/2013 - 12:08
Our founders ended the Declaration of Independence with the following words: "And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." They understood that the price of freedom requires total committment with no guarantee of success.
So what can a Constitutionalist do? Even some on the left are calling for Obama to be impeached for his policy of indefinite detention and execution of U.S. citizens without due process. Our fearless leaders were able to impeach Clinton for lying about a Lewinsky and that sets a pretty low bar so.... I know, a biased media and immunity for our first black President are a problem, but we should at least try. Daniel Ellsberg was on "Democracy Now" saying provisions of NDAA constitute an impeachable offense. He provides some good info that even those on the right aren't talking about. Here's the link:
A better strategy might be building a ground swell of support that forces public prosecutors to do their job, i.e., use R.I.C.O. statutes (Racketeering, Influence, and Corrupt Organizations) to round up bipartisan leaders and their criminal co-conspirators on Wall Street. Thomas Paine used the power of the pen (Common Sense) to help generate the ground swell of support necessary for Revolution. Check out this link to Rep. Marcy Kaptur describing the extortion program known as TARP.
Former Deputy Director of the Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, William Black, helped obtain a 1000 criminal convictions of "elite" bankers after the 1980's S&L meltdown. He's compiled compelling evidence to support criminal prosecutions of Wall Street executives. Just listen to the first few minutes of his radio interview.
If millions of citizens emailed these links to local attorneys, Sheriffs, prosecutors, State Attorneys General, U.S. Attorneys and elected officials, it would make a difference. Also, by law, the public airwaves must be used to serve the public interest. Currently they're being used to defraud the public. Citizens should document the fraud and lobby the FCC to terminate the broadcast licenses of offenders. If we could take back our airwaves, that would help counter the media's disinformation campaign and bipartisan spin, a.k.a. fraud.