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    Wayne Allyn Root: Here’s How To Impeach Obama: For Consumer Fraud

    Here’s How To Impeach Obama: For Consumer Fraud

    July 31, 2014 by Wayne Allyn Root

    Hi. I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. One-third of Americans want to impeach President Barack Obama. That’s before they even understand the charges.
    Although many Republican leaders like House Speaker John Boehner think there are no grounds for impeachment or just not enough evidence to convict, the group that supports impeachment thinks there is more than enough evidence ranging from the Internal Revenue Service scandal to Benghazi to Fast and Furious to various instances of government overreach and violations of the Constitution with executive orders.
    I believe they’ve all got it wrong. The perfect impeachment charge isn’t any of those. It isn’t even the soon-to-be-charge of violating the Constitution by giving amnesty to millions of illegal aliens through executive order (rumored to be coming within 30 days).
    The perfect impeachment charge is fraud.
    It was a fraud when Obama knowingly lied, “If you like your insurance, you can keep it.” And “If you like your doctor, you can keep him.” And “Your insurance premiums will not go up.” There is no question Obama knew they were lies when he said them.
    And that is clearly fraud!
    This crime has 300 million witnesses. This crime was recorded on television dozens of times. This crime is easy to prove. You can add in all the other scandals, frauds and lies as Articles of Impeachment 2 through 10; but Article 1 addresses the Obamacare lies.
    And here’s the important part: This crime resonates with the average American. This crime hits home. It’s costing them dearly (in the pocketbook) and also some with their lives (cancer patients who have lost their insurance). Americans already talk about this crime in their living room and around the kitchen table.
    This crime is simple, easy to prove and easy for the average American to understand. Obama knowingly used fraud, lies, misrepresentation and coercion (by the IRS) to induce Americans to support Obamacare, knowing that if he told the truth, they would never support it. We the citizens of America are victims of a massive criminal conspiracy. The man at the center of this world-class fraud is Obama.
    If you have any doubt this was a criminal act, let’s compare the crimes committed by Obama to those of convicted TV infomercial con man Kevin Trudeau. Remember him? His 30-minute infomercials ran day and night on cable TV for the past decade. This past February, Obama’s own Administration convicted and sentenced Trudeau to 10 years in Federal prison for knowingly making untrue statements about a weight-loss book he was selling.
    I don’t question whether Trudeau is a fraud. I’m sure he got what was coming to him. But Trudeau is a small-time crook compared to our President. Obama scammed millions of Americans out of their health insurance, raised prices dramatically (thereby damaging and bankrupting the middle class), killed millions of jobs (ask the Congressional Budget Office about that one) and arguably contributed to a number of deaths (with many more to come).
    In my new book, The Murder of the Middle Class, I made the prediction that we’d soon hear about sick Americans who died because of Obamacare. The wait is over. Linda Rolain, a Las Vegas woman, lost her battle last month to brain cancer after a three-month delay due to the faulty design of the Nevada Obamacare exchange.
    The government accused Trudeau of lying and exaggerating to sell his weight-loss book. The argument is that he called weight loss “easy” on TV; but then when you actually read the book, you found out it’s pretty hard to lose weight. The government argued that without the lies he couldn’t have sold the book, and that is fraud.
    Isn’t that exactly how Obama sold Obamacare? He knowingly lied again and again. He painted a picture of 30 million new patients, but no cost increases. As a matter of fact, he claimed costs would be reduced. He relied on words like “free,” “no cost,” “prices will go down,” “the debt will go down,” “no jobs will be lost” and “Obamacare will help the economy.” All lies, and he knew it all along — pure fraud, the kind of fraud that results in long prison sentences for private sector CEOs.
    The biggest whopper of all: “If you like your insurance, you can keep it.” He told this lie while his own internal White House reports showed that up to 93 million Americans would lose their insurance because of Obamacare.
    Obama told the middle class a lie to sell his product, because he knew if he told the truth, no one would buy it. How does that differ from Trudeau?
    Like Trudeau, Obama could never have sold Obamacare to the American people without lying and misrepresenting. But Obama’s fraud didn’t cost us $30 each. Obama’s fraud is costing each of us thousands of dollars per year. Obama’s fraud may add up to the first-ever trillion-dollar scam. Bernie Madoff, get out of the way. Obama is arguably the biggest thief in world history.
    And some of us will lose our lives because of his fraud. Ask Rolain’s family about that.
    If Trudeau deserves 10 years in prison, shouldn’t Obama receive a life sentence for the fraud he’s committed?
    While it is my personal belief that Obamacare was always the centerpiece of Obama’s purposeful plan to murder the middle class and kill capitalism, there is no possible doubt that legally and Constitutionally the lies told by Obama (on camera) to sell Obamacare are an impeachable offense.
    P.S. Days ago, the health insurance policy for my family of six was canceled by Aetna, which blamed the cancellation on the mandates of Obamacare. Under Obama, my health insurance premium went from $500 per month to $1,700 per month. Now, it is canceled.
    I can testify as to the fraud committed. I am a witness to the murder of the middle class. Obama must pay. If no business is too big to fail, I think we can all agree that no political leader is too big to jail.
    It’s time for impeachment.
    I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. I hope you’ll read my newly released book, The Murder of the Middle Class. It’s available at any bookstore, Costco or Sam’s Club. Or, of course, you can order at right now. See you next week. God bless America.
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    Everywhere you look there are mistakes just like this one...
    How many lives does he have to jeopardize before we can limit his power?

    This Breaking Obama Screw-Up Might Be His Worst Yet!
    On Nov. 4, we will get a chance to tell him directly what we think of his presidency...

    On every policy level, Obama has made things worse

    By: Donald Lambro
    7/31/2014 09:05 AM

    WASHINGTON — Barack Obama’s approval polls slipped precariously closer to the high 30 percent range this week, as more Americans expressed deep dissatisfaction with his failed presidency.
    As Obama frantically runs around the country trying to find a motivating message that resonates with the base of his party, it’s obvious that he’s in over his head, without a serious, substantive agenda, or any workable idea of how to get America moving again.
    He’s still peddling the same shady shell game to raise the minimum wage, an idea the Congressional Budget Office says would kill up to 1 million jobs.
    The Gallup Poll on Sunday reported that barely 40 percent now approve of the job he’s doing, as more Americans — 41 percent in its recent survey — point to a sluggish economy, stagnant incomes and the dearth of well-paying, full-time jobs as their biggest concerns.
    There are other signs of the economy’s weakness that are getting a lot more attention lately in the national news media than they have in the past.
    Last week, for example, the New York Times’ economic analyst Neil Irwin focused on the lack of capital investment in the still-uncertain, risk-averse Obama economy.
    Yes, “businesses are making record profits, cash hoards are strong and borrowing is exceptionally cheap,” Irwin writes. “But companies aren’t plowing much money into big-ticket investments for the future.”
    Indeed, “what businesses spend on equipment, software, buildings and intellectual property … still hasn’t bounced back to its pre-crisis share of the economy, let alone made up for lost ground from the record lows of 2009,” Irwin says.
    You may ask, “What has this got to do with me, or my search for a good job?”
    Higher capital investment translates into more jobs and in the process more productivity and a stronger economy.
    But it isn’t just businesses who are leery of reinvesting more of their income. Consumers have been just as risk-averse, too, according to recent reports.
    Americans are stashing away more money in their bank accounts and other holdings than at any time in the past two decades, according to a report by Moebs Services, an economic research firm.
    That’s a sign that wary consumers, worried about the economy or losing their jobs, or the lack of any raises in the future, are cutting back on spending, the report says.
    In yet another sign the Obama economy is hurting low- to middle-income Americans — people he says he wants to help most — look no further than what’s happening to Wal-Mart, the king of America’s retail industry.
    Over the past five quarters, foot traffic and sales growth have fallen in its U.S. stores, whose once-loyal customer base is heavily made up of low-income consumers. Last week, the company’s board replaced its CEO.
    Wal-Mart is “very exposed to the low-end consumer, and that consumer has really suffered a lot,” says Faye Landes, a managing director at Cowen and Company, a major investment banking firm.
    Earth to Obama: When it gets tougher to make ends meet at Wal-Mart, something is seriously wrong with this country. The people your policies are hurting the most are low- to middle-income Americans.
    Last week, the administration received more bad news on the economic front: New home sales fell 8.1 percent in June, and May’s sale rates were also revised significantly lower, the Commerce Department said.
    Realtors are reporting slower home sales, a further sign of a weak economy where the housing industry continues to struggle in many areas of the country.
    Meanwhile, in debt-ridden Washington, the government is still spending as if there is no tomorrow. The Congressional Budget Office projected last week in its long-term budget outlook that the government expects to rack up deficits of at least $7.6 trillion over the next nine years. Gulp.
    When was the last time you heard Obama call for reining in spending? His entire presidency has been made up of a wish list of higher spending for an unending line of special pleaders.
    Instead of cutting, consolidating and shrinking the size and cost of the government, making it more efficient, the president has been rapidly expanding it with one program, bureaucracy and federal regulation after another, from Obamacare to the ill-named Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
    Under the former, health insurance premium costs have risen dramatically ever since Obama signed it into law. As for the latter, six years of monster federal budget deficits and increasingly costly government regulations have given consumers higher prices for just about everything we buy — from food to gasoline.
    A U.S. Labor Department report last week said a surge in gasoline prices drove inflation higher in June, with gas costs accounting for two-thirds of the increase.
    When Obama was sworn into office on Inauguration Day 2009, regular gasoline was selling for $1.90 a gallon — and soon after, more than doubled.
    The price hikes were in large part the result of Obama’s oil drilling moratoriums and blocking the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada, which would have sharply boosted America’s oil supply, reducing gas costs in the process.
    Struggling Americans, with families to feed and home mortgages to pay, were forced to foot the bill.
    In little more than three months, the voters will have a chance to send a message to Washington about what they have endured over the past six and a half years under this president and his accomplices in Congress.
    On just about every domestic and economic policy level, Obama has made things worse. The average length of every recession we’ve had over the last several decades has been about two years. Under Obama, many states, including some of the largest, are still in recovery.
    On Nov. 4, we will get a chance to tell him directly what we think of his presidency and his policies.
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