The following letter was released today by Kentucky trade union leader Scott Pulliam, in support of the call made by Kentucky State Senator Perry Clark on August 8 for the immediate resignation of Obama and passage of Glass-Steagall. Clark's courageous action has stirred the fury of the Obama White House and other desperate political layers throughout the country.
Kentucky Democratic State Sen. Perry Clark's powerful call to oust Obama to save the nation is still in the news. The media are still trying to get an attack going against Clark, but it's obvious that they cannot get the population, or even Democrats, to defend Barack Obama! One indication of the heat — and the media fix — is that the local Fox News station, WDRB, removed the Aug.
It took a few days, but it is dawning on Kentucky political circles that Democratic State Senator Perry Clark was serious when he issued his statement on August 8th, joining statesman Lyndon LaRouche in calling for the immediate resignation or impeachment of President Obama and the enactment of Glass-Steagall, to save the United States republic from Obama's repeat of Adolf Hitler's 1933 Enabling L
The following is the text of a letter sent on Aug. 10 to Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), the original sponsor of H.R. 1489:
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS
815 Sixteenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006
Richard L. Trumka, President
Elizabeth H. Shuler, Secretary-Treasurer
Arlene Holt Baker, Executive Vice-President
Diane Sare hosted an emergency meeting in New York City over the weekend, which drew a crowd of 60 people, many of them political activists who came to hear LaRouche's marching orders in the aftermath of Obama's fascist coup.
In an August 8th statement, Clark addressed his fellow citizens as follows: