Anti-Obama Group Visits Durham

Volunteers with the LaRouche Pac spent several hours Monday outside of the post office asking for signatures to support the group's effort to impeach President Obama.


President Barack Obama must be removed from office.

That was the straightforward message delivered today to visitors of Durham's post office by volunteers with LaRouche Pac, a political action committee run by political activist Lyndon LaRouche.

"Basically, Obama has violated the Constitution," said Jennifer, one of two volunteers who asked visitors to sign a petition calling for the restoration of the Glass-Steagall Act and to support impeaching the president.

The group set up a small table in front of the post office Monday morning with a poster of President Obama with a Hitler mustache reading "IMPEACH" and handed out information about the group.

While the volunteers deferred questions to the group's headquarters, according to the group's website, the LaRouche PAC draws a comparison between Obama and Hitler because of what they perceive as Obama's fascism.

Information handed out by the group highlighted Benghazi, drone attacks and the escalating threat of nuclear war with Russia and China as the reasons for impeachment.

Durhamite January 14, 2013 at 10:32 PM
Can I go on that same "public property" with a booth and a sign that reads: "I'm poor, please give me money"? I think a state trooper would drive up and tell me to leave.
Ex Republican January 15, 2013 at 01:42 AM
If it were our Trooper in KW, he would drive up and leave a contribution.
Michael Hayes January 15, 2013 at 02:26 AM
But isn't it amazing how green the grass is in January? Spring can't get here soon enough (sorry skiers).
Mike Butler January 15, 2013 at 07:57 PM
ExRep,, you mean Matt would donate to the PAC or the beggar?
Ex Republican January 15, 2013 at 10:00 PM
LOL. Both I would hope.


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