It is becoming increasingly likely that Barack Hussein Obama will be forced to resign the Presidency before the 2012 election.
Vice President Biden will also be obliged to resign, as will Supreme Court Justices Sotomayor and Kagan.
All Obama’s appointments and all the legislation he has signed will be null and void.
The crisis we now face is not a failure of the American experiment, but, as citizens, we have, for far too long, been silent and inattentive.
Most of the guilt lies with a permanent political class and a grossly dysfunctional press corps, who, for reasons of complicity, negligence, avarice or cowardice, have contributed to the greatest fraud in the history of the United States.
The permanent political class and the main stream media (MSM) have become a corrupt, incompetent, profligate, selfish and undemocratic American aristocracy.
Even if one considers the Obama Administration as legitimate, which it is certainly not, the results have been a disaster.
Obama and his cheerleaders in the MSM have brought our country weakness, indecision, mediocrity and ineptitude, drifting from crisis to crisis, bankrupting our country, while eroding our national will and confidence.
We must again embrace the spirit of the American Revolution and reject the notion that a small permanent political class in a capital insulated from common sense can dictate to us their own tyrannical and flawed vision of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
The permanent political class uses its powers and taxpayer money to perpetuate itself. Contrary to their view, ours is a nation with a government, not the reverse. The political aristocracy presumes powers and extends itself privileges not granted it by the people and, at the same time, refuses any form of accountability.
The American people have not lost confidence in themselves. They have lost confidence in their government.
As Ronald Reagan once stated:
“I believe this nation hungers for a spiritual revival; hungers to once again see honor placed above political expediency; to see government once again the protector of our liberties, not the distributor of gifts and privilege.”
We now have far too many rogue, self-serving politicians dispersed throughout the highest levels of the federal government trying to maintain a corrupt status quo.
It will now be the duty of ordinary Americans to remove that dishonest aristocracy, salvage our republic, take back our government and re-shape our own destiny.
We must return to the letter and spirit of the 10th article of the Bill of Rights, which asserts that the federal government should execute only those functions explicitly defined in the Constitution.
Our bloated federal bureaucracy has assumed power it was never intended to have and has exercised those powers inefficiently, ineffectively and indiscriminately.
The fall of Barack Obama will expose the endemic corruption within our political system. Many in our political leadership will be charged with felonies. Some will go to prison.
It will be a national trauma equivalent to the Civil War.
It will, however, also provide an opportunity for an American Renaissance.
In the darkest days of the American Revolution, when General George Washington’s men were freezing and starving at Valley Forge, Thomas Paine said: “We have it in our power to begin the world over again.”
We still have that power. We have the strength to renew the American dream, if we stand together.