LaRouchePAC: News Spreads of Rep. Jones’ Impeachment-Threat Resolution 107

"IMPEACH NOW" by Joe Mabel (2007) / Wiki Commons (1)

LaRouchePAC – March 12, 2012

The last 24 hours have seen the “instant” spread of support for Rep. Walter Jones’ impeachment-threat resolution continue. House Concurrent Resolution 107 says that the President commits an impeachable crime if he starts military action without authorization from Congress as the Constitution requires. Congress has been in recess since it was introduced on March 7, but support has resonated around the country through the immediate LaRouchePAC candidates’ mobilization, and in other networks affected by it.

Anti-war blogger David Swanson, whose International News Magazine is widely read, promotes it in a long article on Obama’s crimes, which concludes: “[Rep. John] Conyers swore that if Bush attacked Iran, then he, Conyers, would launch impeachment proceedings. Now, Conyers is back in the minority party in the House, but even minority members can raise the threat of impeachment efforts. And at the moment, they could join a member of the majority in doing so. That’s because Congressman Walter Jones has introduced H. Con Res 107, which reads: [gives HCR107].”

Alex Jones’ second mobilization report is out, reporting rumors [only that so far] that there is now a similar bill in the Senate, and co-signers in the House. This report, generated the striking total of about 475 comments on his site.

Jones’ resolution is also now front page news on both Russia Today, under the title, ‘Impeach Obama’ Bill: Use of military without Congress approval ‘high crime’ and the Drudge Report.

The John Birch Society’s “New American” on Sunday fully quoted and promoted Rep. Jones’ resolution, though incorrectly tying it to the Mar. 7 Senate Armed Services Committee heated exchange between Defense Secretary Panetta and Sen. Jeff Sessions over the Obama Administration’s flouting of the War Powers Act. New American concludes, “The Obama administration has openly rejected the constitutional requirement of seeking congressional approval for U.S. military engagement.”


Anti-war protest, San Fransisco (2007) by sourdiesel / Wiki Commons (2)

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