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MIAMI – An urgent plea to impeach a “Christianity-hating” President Obama for alleged “high crimes and misdemeanors” was issued today at the start of WND’s “Taking America Back Conference” in South Florida.

U.S President Barack Obama makes his way to the Rose Garden to deliver a statement to the press on the economy at the White House in Washington D.C September 15 2010.  UPI/Olivier Douliery/Pool Photo via Newscom

The call was announced by Floyd Brown, president of the Western Center for Journalism, who asserted in strong terms the commander in chief is deliberately trying to destroy the principles on which the U.S. was founded.

“The Obama presidency is a disease,” said Brown. “Article 2, Section 4 (the impeachment clause of the Constitution) is the cure. And it’s Obama’s hatred of America that makes it absolutely imperative that we take action now.”

“Barack Hussein Obama is not some do-gooder that has had his plans go astray,” Brown added. “He is not a person of good will just trying his best to make America go the right direction. He is not. Barack Hussein Obama is a liar that absolutely knows what he’s doing to the United States of America. He has a plan. He has an agenda. This man knows exactly where he’s taking us.”

A political innovator, writer and speaker, Brown is now running an online campaign to impeach the president.

“Barack Obama is a very dangerous man,” said Brown. “Over the last two years, we have been watching the slow progression of what I call a bloodless coup.”

Read all about the grounds for impeachment.

“For the international socialist movement of which Barack Obama is a card-carrying member,” he added, “the U.S. must be brought to its knees, and I guarantee you that Barack Hussein Obama is doing everything he can to bring the country to its knees. He wants to bring it to its knees.”

Brown warned that a counterculture has risen up, dividing America.

“They don’t have the same respect for you as an individual and personal property, and these traditional ideas in the Constitution. That’s why they’re at war with the Constitution. Everything our forefathers fought and died for to them is just trash to be thrown out on Monday morning.”

Brown responded to a common question about what specifically the president has done that rises to the level of impeachment by recalling President Gerald Ford in the 1970s, who indicated an impeachable offense is whatever a majority of the House of Representatives considers it to be at any given moment in history.

The U.S. Constitution states a president can be impeached for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors.

Brown said the phrase “high crimes and misdemeanors” essentially means “bad behavior.”


Floyd Brown

He went through a list of what he considered bad behavior, saying Obama has “nationalized the banks. He nationalized GM and Chrysler. He’s attacked the 2nd Amendment. He’s taken over health care. He wants cap and trade legislation, so he literally taxes the air that you breathe. We breathe out CO2. He appointed czars to control your life without congressional oversight. He apologizes for us abroad. I find it personally offensive that he would apologize for this great land.”

Brown said the president has committed actual crimes, including offering jobs in exchange for political favors; firing Inspector General Gerald Walpin who was investigating Obama friend Kevin Johnson for allegedly misusing funds; and is now actively trying to bankrupt America, adding more to the national deficit in nine months than in the first 200 years of U.S. history.

He noted the Congressional Budget Office has warned that unless Obama can control his appetite for deficit spending, accumulated debt could spark a U.S. fiscal crisis similar to recent ones in Greece and Ireland.

Brown then turned to matters of faith, and blasted Obama’s contention that he’s a Christian.

“Obama hates Christianity,” Brown declared. “He is a Muslim. Others will say he’s just a godless atheist. The bottom line is that this man hates Christianity.”

He said at Georgetown University, Obama forced the school to cover the name of Jesus on the podium, and he paraphrased the president’s comments suggesting the U.S. was no longer a Christian nation, but could now be considered a Muslim nation.

“Whatever we once were, we’re no longer a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of non-believers,” Obama stated.

“He said it!” exclaimed Brown. “Have you read about it in the New York Times, the Washington Post, or the Wall Street Journal? There is a conspiracy of silence in the mainstream media to cover up this man’s hatred of Christianity.”

He quoted American leaders of the past, including President Andrew Jackson, who called the Bible “the rock upon which our republic rests,” and Patrick Henry, who said, “It is when a people forget God, that tyrants forge their chains.”

“Obama is that tyrant and he’s working that anvil right now of forging our chains,” said Brown.

Brown admitted that there would have to be a change in the leadership of Congress in the upcoming November elections to make impeachment a reality, but said the issue was pressing.

“Do we wait until he’s totally ripped our country apart?” Brown asked.

He closed by invoking President Ronald Reagan, who was noted for saying, “If not us, then who? If not now, when?”

The “Taking America Back Conference” is a three-day event taking place at the Doral Resort in Miami, and includes dozens of speakers including U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., former presidential candidates Alan Keyes and Tom Tancredo, and authors Jerome Corsi, Aaron Klein and David Kupelian. 

Other speakers include scientist and Bible teacher Chuck
Missler; talk-show host Rusty Humphries, Michael Farris of Home School
Legal Defense Association; Robert Knight and Jerry Newcombe of Coral
Ridge Ministries; William Murray of the Religious Freedom Coalition and
son of notorious atheist Madeline Murray O’Hair; RC Sproul, Jr., author
of “Biblical Economics”; “Saturday Night Live” alum Victoria Jackson,
author-columnist Erik Rush and author Judith Reisman.


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