(Leitchfield, KY) – Garnering support to impeach President Barack Obama, a roadside setup was seen in front of the Leitchfield Post Office most of the day Friday, February 15, 2013.
Allan (unknown last name), with LaRouchePAC, was handing out a packet of news stories and taking names and email addresses from locals who were interested in the Super PACs mission to impeach the president of the United States.
The Michigan based organization was setup in 50 locations around the Commonwealth Friday, according to Allan. He said Leitchfield was chosen due to the population of the area.
“Obama is creating dictatorial conditions in this country,” said Allan. “He’s claiming the right to assassinate American citizens without any judicial process at all, basically, and that’s obviously impeachable. He’s done a number of violations of the constitution, we think he should be out immediately; impeachment is just the logical process to get this guy out.”
As of lunchtime, he said, with a thick northern accent, that the response had been “pretty positive” and “a lot” of people had stopped by his booth.
Allan said locals can be proactive in the impeachment process by “putting a little pressure on (U.S. Senator) Rand Paul’s office, because we think he might be willing to introduce something on impeachment in the Senate. We already have a resolution in the House of Representatives and we think that should be copied in the Senate.”
You can read more about the LaRouchePAC mission on their website LAROUCHEPAC.COM.
Allan said he would be setup in front of the Leitchfield post office until around 4:00 p.m. Friday.
According to Wikipeida, Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr. (born September 8, 1922), also known as Lyn Marcus, is a controversial American political activist and founder of the LaRouche movement. He has written on economic, scientific, and political topics, as well as on history, philosophy, and psychoanalysis. Journalists and government officials in China, Italy and Russia have credited LaRouche with forecasting that unrestricted financial speculation would cause the late-2000s financial crisis.
LaRouche was a presidential candidate eight times between 1976 to 2004, running once for his own U.S. Labor Party and campaigning seven times for the Democratic Party nomination. He was sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment in 1988 for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and tax code violations, and was released in 1994 on parole. Ramsey Clark, who was LaRouche's chief appellate attorney and a former U.S. Attorney General, said that LaRouche was denied a fair trial. The Court of Appeals unanimously rejected the appeal.