Impeach President Barack Obama for Slavery
and/or Usury, or both,
if today's budget deal compromise fails,
Oct. 14, 2013.
The whole entire federal budget problem is caused
because Congress already approved Bills to
pay for spending that it can NOT afford.
All they have to do is agree to sign a new Bill
"voiding" and "rescinding" and "cancelling"
the previous budget bill
that allowed for spending
that there is no money to pay for.
Just because Congress could agree to raise
the federal debt limit and borrow more money
and pay much more interest,
does not mean that "we the people" are paying
enough taxes to pay back that borrowed money
and new higher interest rate.
Usury is an unconscionable rate of interest.
"Usury" occurs when money is lent at an
exhorbitant and excessively high interest rate.
President Barack Obama is leading our Country
into such extreme debt with such extremely high
interest rates that it should be obvious by now
that he should be Impeached for fraud in a
It is fraud in a fiduciary capacity when you talk
people into borrowing more money with
higher interest rates than they can ever pay back.
Meanwhile, essential federal workers are
forced to work without pay;
so, is that "Slavery?"
Will President Barack Obama be Impeached for Slavery?
Images of documents concerning bills of sale of
Slaves, etc., American Civil War history: http://www.flickr.com/photos/22650076
Will a 2014 Court room drama of President Barack Obama
being charged with Slavery, concurrent with Impeachment
proceedings in the U.S. House of Representatives
include federal government
documents created in 2013 proving essential workers
were not paid and forced to work without pay?
The House of Representatives in the U.S. Congress
passed a Bill to pay essential federal workers,
like federal prison workers who are working
now with no pay,
back pay for work they are performing now,
when the federal budget deal is finally
BUT the U.S. Senate has not agreed to pay
"Chicago Sun-Times Oct. 14, 2013
Some 800,000 of them were initially furloughed without pay.
... And now we're punishing them,
and no doubt, driving the best out of government.
When private employers forced
people to work without pay, it was called slavery."
" Oct 14, 2013
By Andrew Davis, Anchor/Reporter
...They are called essential federal workers.
... employees of the
Federal Correctional Institute in Jesup are being called.
... More than 300 still have to go to work every day.
... gas money to come to work
or if we are going to be able to feed our children
because we aren't getting paid," said Thomason.
... three kids,
two jobs at the prison, and zero paychecks coming in.
...The house has passed a bill
which would retroactively pay
all furloughed federal employees
when the shutdown is over.
...That bill has not passed the Senate yet.