President Obama must be feeling pretty lonely right now as much of his support is starting to dwindle and talk of impeachment is starting to become wide spread, even among the minority voters. A good example of this expression of dissent is a group of protesters who plan to march on D.C. and send a potent message to establishment politicians, including the president: It’s time for you to go.
The conservative group calls themselves Operation American Spring and their mission is to give the boot to President Obama, Speaker Boehner, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell, Eric Holder, and Vice President Joe Biden.
Clearly this is a “take no prisoners” kind of group and anyone who has violated their oath to protect the Constitution and has abandoned conservative principles is fair game.
The Washington Times reports:
“We are calling for [their] removal … as a start toward constitutional restoration,” said retired Army Col. Harry Riley, the leader of the group, Raw Story reported. “They have all abandoned the U.S. Constitution, are unworthy to be retained in a position that calls for servant status.”
The group also has a strong message and mission for those in government who have not found themselves on the wrong side of the fight, as they are being urged to stand strong on the Constitution and seek to shrink the size and scope of the government.
The aim of the group, too, is to influence those politicos who aren’t targeted for ouster to “sponsor and pass very constitutionally crafted state legislation to dissolve the size, powers, scope and spending of the U.S. government by two-thirds,” the media outlet reported.
The group expects between 10 million and 30 million similarly thinking Americans to meet them in the capital on Friday for a rally that’s being billed as a sort of “Arab Spring” for Americans.
Operation American Spring will also be holding an event the same day as the D.C. march in Nevada to show support for Cliven Bundy.
Meanwhile, the group is holding another event on the same day in Bunerkville, Nev., near cattle rancher Cliven Bundy’s property and in support of his stand-off with the Bureau of Land Management over grazing fees.