Footsteps of Ukrainian impeachment echo all the way back to America || By Judi McLeod


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The forced Parliamentary impeachment of Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych just cancelled out President Barack Obama’s puny pen and telephone.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin was Yankovych’s pen and telephone, but with the entire world watching, the prime minister, who only three months ago made a deal in favor of the Russians over the European Union,  has hightailed it for safer ground by abandoning the battle field.

“Parliament on Feb. 22 voted overwhelmingly to impeach embattled Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych.  Lawmakers applauded as the votes came in—328 in all—to oust the president.  Following the vote, parliamentarian(s) stood and sang the national anthem.” (Kyiv Post, Feb. 22, 2014)

How many victims of ongoing Obama tyranny in the U.S. are beginning to hear the strains of The Stars and Stripes?

In America, the voice of We the People has been ignored for more than five years while the current administration is doing everything possible to curtail ‘dissidents’ now under threat by the IRS, NSA, and an FCC that backed off on sending monitors into America’s news rooms—until they can come up with a more malleable way.

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