Impeach Hillary Clinton

by Scott Creighton

“The President, Vice President and all civil officers of the United States, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.”

It is coming out, now that the major media corporate shills have left the people of Haiti to fend for themselves, that Secretary Clinton is setting her husband up as Emperor of Haiti. (“(from the Latinimperator“) is a (male) monarch, usually the sovereign ruler of an empire or another type of imperial realm.”)

There hasn’t been a more blatant conflict of interest story since Dick Cheney handed over billions in no-bid cost-plus contracts to Halliburton and it’s subsidiary, KBR. I called for his impeachment as well.

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Obama appoints panel to slash social programs

(While the entire country was watching events unfold in Austin and hoping that the body count would be as low as possible, our Nobel Prize winning President Obama skulked off and signed an executive order creating his commission of neoliberal austerity programs approvers. This is the same commission he asked congress to authorize, but they refused. So, like the Georgians did when they attacked South Ossetia under the cover of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, and just like the Israelis did when they attacked and killed 6 Hamas members under the cover of the Nov. 4th, 2008 elections, our beloved President Obama used the cover of the Austin crash to sign by totalitarian decree an order that will create a “bipartisan commission” who will ultimately force horrible economic sanctions on the American working and middle classes. Sanctions that will be used to make the working and middle classes pay for the banker bailouts and the Stimulus package that did nothing for our economy.)

by Joe Kishore, WSWS

President Barack Obama’s establishment by executive order of a bipartisan commission on deficits on Thursday is the latest step in his administration’s attack on health care and retirement programs upon which millions of Americans depend.

The 18-member panel will propose measures to slash government spending on Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. It will also consider a series of regressive taxes, including a consumption or value added tax, to force the working class to pay for the budget deficit. Its aim, according to the White House, will be to reduce the deficit from its current level of over 10 percent of gross domestic product to 3 percent by 2015.

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