Alan Keyes is mighty upset that the man who beat him like a drum in 2004 when he carpetbagged into Illinois to run against him for a Senate seat (after previously saying that Hillary Clinton doing the same in New York was the “destruction of federalism”) is still in office. But don’t you worry — Jesus can help get him impeached.
But many Americans are still adamantly unwilling to choke down the prospect of life under a vicious, dictatorial regime. Their eyes see past the populist disguise of socialist gangsterism. Some have (I think prematurely) concluded that America’s liberty is irretrievable defunct. But even they have by no means surrendered their allegiance to it.
Others, particularly those who believe in Jesus Christ’s permanent resurrection of hope, look unflinchingly into the abyss, sure that if they remember and trust in God’s law of love and mercy, He has the power to restore their nation to the better path of human destiny. It is especially (though not exclusively) among such people that the movement to impeach and remove Obama and his cronies from office arises.