The groundswell for Impeachment expands
Resentment towards Washington continues to grow
The Town Criers introduce two new additional signs
On August 31, 2013, the Town Criers, a committee of the Saint Augustine Tea Party, yet again, took to the streets of St. Augustine, Florida. The committee is starting its third year of continuous activity in the historic district. [See “A look at Town Crier’s history” in this publication August 26, 2013] The Town Criers introduced two new signs, today. They can be viewed in the picture on the left.
The public support started immediately as the committee made its way to the historic city gates. The automobile traffic responded positively to the signs and flags that the Criers carried. The Town Criers have long understood that the bright yellow Gadsden flags which they carry have power. The public frequently identifies with the, ’Don’t Tread on Me’, flags. If they’re not familiar with the flag, they eagerly seek the stories regarding its history.
It’s a grassroots call for Impeachment
Calls for Impeachment of Richard Nixon and William Clinton were media driven and a function of Washington insiders. Never, in the recent history of the impeachment process, has the public initiated the process, according to the Town Criers. Politicians of both parties and the media avoid the topic of impeachment of Obama. But large numbers of the public are already on board for impeachment. The internet, Facebook and Twitter are buzzing with impeachment talk. And, many on the streets today, wanted to join in to get rid of Obama. To aid them, the Town Criers handed out a copy of a proposed “Bill of Impeachment”, ready to sign, pop in an envelope and mail to their Congressman.
If Congress doesn’t act the people will
The public is frustrated with electing new people who simply go to Washington and join the establishment. "The only solution is to get in their face, hound them and make life miserable for them until they get the message. Impeach the Impostor," the Town Criers said.