Sunday, April 15, 2012

Sean Stone Calls For Obama's Impeachment in 2012 (or, The Case Against Obama's Reelection)

Sean Stone, son of film director Oliver Stone (Salvador, Platoon, Wall Street, JFK, W.), has published a video calling for the impeachment of President Barack Obama in 2012.

I am pleasantly surprised by the way this video concisely summarizes the case against voting for Obama's reelection this year. The video challenges the viewer to transcend the false left-right political paradigm. Many of the points made against Obama also apply to his (likely) challenger Mitt Romney. If you are dissatisfied with both the Republican and Democratic parties, consider supporting Ron Paul's Campaign for Liberty or Gary Johnson's 2012 bid for the presidency as the Libertarian Party's candidate.

Sean Stone makes some great points when he discusses Obama's economic policy and the (on-going) financial sector bailouts:
The Obama administration not only endorsed the 2008 bailout policy, the funds from which did not go either to homeowners or for taxpayers' protection but rather to the consolidation of private banks, many of them in Europe. [sic] There was no investment of any meaningful type in the physical economy. There was no protection of the American people but rather an illegal commitment made on behalf of private banking institutions to commit the American people to paying a debt that the American people did not accrue. The trillions of dollars that were pledged to the private banking sector are backed by the assets belonging to the American people. This combine represents the most clear violation of the principle of the general welfare in the preamble to the Constitution of the United States. 
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