the congressional campaigns of Keesha Rogers, Rachel Brown, and Summer Shields: Let’s Impeach the President for ending a Space mission the public is not paying attention toward.

Every large-scale movement has disparate forces and peripheral players that are not central to the causes and concerns of most activists. While they deserve some mention, journalists should also maintain a sense of perspective so that readers are properly informed about overall tone and direction of the political forces at work. […] Tea Party Activists Interlinked with Aryan Nation, John Birchers, Lyndon LaRouche.

As too:
Lately people have been appearing at meetings with posters of Obama as Hitler. Some of these posters came from the followers of Lyndon LaRouche. One can only wonder who gave the cash-strapped LaRouche movement money for the vile signs. The inclusion of the LaRouchists in the rightist anti-Obama coalition underscores a decision to draw more upon the growing far-right fringe groups.
Not really a decision on their part.  The Larouchists I mean.  To dispute, and arguably the thrust is about the same but with a different political viewpoint.
The left has a political interest in defining the broad backlash against expanded government as identical to the worst elements of the Tea Party movement — birthers and Birchers, militias and nativists, racists and conspiracy theorists, acolytes of Ron Paul, Tom Tancredo and Lyndon LaRouche.
You know, Ron Paul did just win the CPAC presidential straw poll.  Also, I can’t categorize “Ron Paul” as wholly negative an element.  Tom Tancredo addressed the Tea Party convention.  What do you want from me?  I guess the only real demand on me is to differentiate a cult from a, quote-in-quote “cult”.  See Bill Maher, look the video up for this transcript — key reference in script:
[slide of Obama with Hitler mustache.].


LaRoucheisright Says:  February 24th, 2010 at 8:32 pm Lyndon Larouche is the only one who knows what to do now. Check the vids on my channel, or go straigt to the LaRouche youth movement news page larouchepacdotcom and read the breaking developements, or listen to one of the webcasts.

All right.  Activitate.  Taking on the Haiti tragedy:

During the question and answer period, LaRouche PAC representative Shannon Chew, intervened into what had otherwise been an attempt by the relevant panelist, Rev. Thomas Streit, to cover over the immense biological disaster befalling disaster stricken Haiti, now. Chew forcefully introduced the reasons why Lyndon LaRouche’s Army Corps of Engineers-style relocation and evacuation of lower-elevation city denizens, is absolutely necessary to avert a potential biological holocaust. This met with initial speechlessness and shock from the crowd, and the panelists, too, who decided to take it as a statement for the record.

They sat there, speechless.  Shocked and stunned.  FANTASTIC!
Mostly they just have some things to write out on the placard dropping from their card-tables to confuse stray passerbyers that this might be a Haiti Aid project, incurring stray donations.  They resemble nothing so much as the Scientologists in exploiting these tragedies, and internalizing stories about action.

As Lyndon LaRouche emphasized on Wednesday, there is currently a concatenation of events which must merge to force the impeachment or resignation under threat of impeachment of President Barack Obama within a matter of the next two or three weeks if civilization is to have any chance of surviving. LaRouche’s own call for Obama’s impeachment is the crucial initiative necessary to bring the growing revolt against Obama’s policies to the necessary deliberate conclusion in time.

As LaRouche has said, we need a great U-turn. As long as Obama is still President, nothing will be capable of being done to save this country or civilization.

Yesterday’s so-called Health Summit was a case in point. A new CNN poll shows that at most 25 percent of the US population supports the Obama Senate bill. And yet Obama remains completely committed to ramming this fascist bill through using the so-called reconciliation process in the Senate, despite the fact that to do so violates the fundamental Constitutional principle of the mass strike underway in the U.S. today—the principle that all legislation is only legitimate if it receives the consent of the governed.

Suppose it’s true.  Suppose the president passes through the Congress a policy that is the most hated and reviled policy in the history of Human Civilization, against a backdrop of protests that represent the fervant desires of 80 percent of the public.  Unpopularity and Unpopular Policies is not grounds for Impeachment, lest we end up jettisoning every single president in American history.  It is a stringing attachment to a fringe and incoherent political position.

Suppose, also, that we follow through with Impeachment for the following reason.

Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) vowed earlier this week to fight for Constellation in Congress as the FY11 budget works its way through the House. “Congress is going to challenge this plan,” the Houston Chronicle quotes Olson as saying at a meeting Wednesday. However, that’s mild compared to what one potential Democratic challenger says should be done. “If you want to save NASA, call for the impeachment of Obama,” said Kesha Rogers, a candidate in the Democratic primary in the 22nd district, which Olson now represents. Rogers is linked to Lyndon LaRouche, who made a similar call for the president’s impeachment because of his NASA policy earlier this month.

Suppose the Republicans in Congress decide that they will now, at this date, make their focal electoral and political strategy the Impeachment of President Barack Obama based on Obama’s short-changing  the NASA budget and cutting a mission…

… as the principle item of Impeachment — Cutting the NASA budget…

Do you have any idea what would happen?  Mitch McConnell goes on the Sunday talk shows and hammers home the NASA related Impeachment plans.  Every Republican Congressional candidates puts this at the very top of their proposal lists.  Do you know what the result would be?
Basically, the Democrats — right now poised to lose a boatful of seats in the November mid-term election, would win.  Every seat, basically.  And I mean that.

The situation is on a very short political fuse. Many will get caught up in the predicates and balk at the necessary action. (Indeed.)  Our job is to kick against the pricks of pragmatism and provide the necessary leadership. Impeach Obama now!

The question for this story.

thatone says: February 22, 2010 at 2:16 pm
Why even give serious journalistic coverage to these loons? Followers of Lyndon Larouche? Really?!?! These Hitler comparisons are so offensive I don’t even know where to start. What in anything Obama has ever done suggests he is going to gas millions of men, women, and children to create a master race? Before you sign a petition like that, do some research. Is anyone paying attention to facts anymore? Stop getting sound bites from entertainers pretending to be newscasters.

Which tends to dove-tail into this perenial commentary.

Trilateral Commission wrote @ February 19th, 2010 at 10:33 pm
Heavens, for all these years I thought Lyndon LaRouche had become wormfood over two decades ago. He’s not endorsing candidates (Democrats no less?!) from beyond the grave now is he?
That is pretty much the case.  AND
I keep hearing about all the outrage over shutting down of constellation and how this is President Obama’s waterloo but both the numbers of comments and the number of negative comments to me shows a general public not even in tune or aware of the controversy. Tiger Woods articles get more attention then a NASA “back to the moon” one.
The recent teaparty conventions and the republican one just held did not even show a NASA/shuttle/constellation poster at all that I saw. As far as everything i could find about them online.
Once again I am baffled by those posters here talking about the outrage over the death of constellation. The only “outrage” seems to be from representatives and senators of 4-6 states with vested interests in their state’s job picture and their articles in newspapers do not even get any comments.

But I expect that if this page and this article had a comments section, it would attract a call for Obama’s Impeachment and call for Larouche’s phony “4 Power Alliance”.

Hey!  Here’s a stray Webster Tarpley mention.  Russia Today interviews him on some exciting new conspiracy theories.  Of course:
I doubt it, he has already been discredited because he was in the LaRouche Movement. LaRouche is a shady individual. He can speak the truth he can be screamed down by the mainstream and left-wing press. He is saying nothing new here, the military-industrial will run the entire world into the ground. Better to fight it than live on your knees waiting for the big Mushroom cloud this idiot network wants.
I bring up Webster Tarpley to get back over to some reaction to the Larouche slate of candidates, this blog deigns to accumulate supposed “Birther” candidates.  They bring up the candidacy of one Rachel Brown.  I do not believe it is fair to say she is a birther.  I haven’t seen any birther comment coming out of the quotation marks ascribed to her leader in Leesburg.
Webster Tarpley has entertained the idea, though, for I gather fun and profit.  Interviewed Orly Taitz.  Sheesh — for I know Orly Taitz has an Internet Broadcast and has interviewed him.
But the thing is… these terms are getting thrown out with no meaning attached to them.  “Birther” has become a catch-all term.  So, this guy — in a ghost comment from 2004 pulled to some echo blog post in 2010, is now a Birther.
Occasionally the weird vortex is joined in willingly.  This Oath-takers responds to this blasting from an “anti-zionist” “Christian” posting Larouche crap.  Go figure.
Or sell it here.  I am so glad i was born in England, the rulers of the world!\

You know, now that I think about it… sparred from this comment:

On no Mr. T in DC, you’re wrong. They were out there trying to convince the public Pres. Obama is the one true descendant of Hitler. Notice the physical similarities? LOL!

… I’m tempted to ask how far that would get in a congressional campaign, but I guess that is the purpose and test of the congressional campaigns of Rachel Brown, Keesha Rogers, and Summer Shields.  That and to give these people something to do or other.    (NO!  Here’s your “Summer Shields for Congress” Campaign staff at work!)

Or to get a sentence or two into stories like this, and compete against this:

How could you go wrong voting for a guy whose qualifications include experience designing killer robots?
Gets them exposure, don’t it?

Her website says she wants to impeach Obama for ending the NASA moon program?! That’s the meme?
Comment by David Stephenson

The meme is “dining room table.”

In any event, LaRouchies don’t really care about the noble adventure of space exploration. They just want the damned Helium-3 from the moon. They’re afraid the Chinese will get it first.

… Not true.  They want a four party alliance to get the Helim-3.

6 Responses to “the congressional campaigns of Keesha Rogers, Rachel Brown, and Summer Shields: Let’s Impeach the President for ending a Space mission the public is not paying attention toward.”

  1. Funny Reasoning Says:

    HA ha! This is funny all this stabbing in the dark to put in a nutshell what LarouchePAC and Lynodn Larouche put forth. The problem is patience is absent when investigating any claims or assertions that are made by them, because of an infantile knee jerk reaction, to whatever prickles your neckhairs.

    The claims made are backed up by historical research, various studies, and research articles at For the Hitler claims, the bailout attacks, and, now, the impeachment drive, all of it is chronicled extensively and exhaustively at, and the Executive Intelligence Review.

    Don’t be fooled again by paying attention to those now discredited popular avenues of information! How many times have Economists been wrong about the direction of the economic crisis as well as the severity of such? The dream of the founding fathers is for naught, if the manner in which the administration is acting continues whilst the economic breakdown crisis matures to a dark age.

    So if the Hitler thing pisses you off look up the dozens of videos that have outlined the reasons to the opposition at Don’t just call them looney because you don’t understand them.

  2. Justin Says:

    I can’t tell what in particular this was in response to. I can only decide that it’s the equivalent of a form letter, broad enough to fit the pattern of my larouche posts.

    Meanwhile, I regret not waiting a day to post.
    Reverberates to:
    That link serves my admittedly shallow purposes, mostly plucking through the comments section, in that after quickly guaging the “right/left” wing shots, I see that Howie G chimes in for the Larouche Defense.

    One more link dump. Somewhere alongside the campaigns for congress, we’ve got this — and one sentence pops out at me.:

    “We are campaigning in every town all over the state and country,” said Milton.

    I’d better see them in every town, then. All of them.

  3. chator Says:

    Funny Reasoning, you’ve been duped if you think that all of LaRouche’s claims are backed up by historical facts, and legitamite research. Usually, what happens is LaRouche makes some extraordinary claim, then his hack lackeys spend the next couple of months trying to show how Lyn was right. They do whatever summersaults they have to do, even outright lieing and distortion of facts and evidence in order to back-up LaRouche’s assertions. What you are dealing with here is a cult, not a political movement. The cult disguises itself as a political movement, wraps an American flag around itself, claims to be based on genuine American ideas and traditions, when in reality, it is only based on one man’s tyrannical rule. Have you ever wondered why an organization that has been around for over 40 years has never succeeded in putting anyone into political office, or advanced a single policy that was adopted. This political cult has been sitting on the sidelines this entire time because it has no real interest in engaging with the political world at a real level. It is a cult that uses politics to recruit and raise money, that is all.

  4. Rachel Holmes Says:

    Funny Reasoning, ha ha: I’ve known LaRouche for about 40 years, and take it from me, he doesn’t know up from down about history, nor do his “researchers” and “historians,” like Anton Chaitkin–just to grab a name out of a hat.

    I personally dislike President Obama intensely, but Hitler he’s not. Nor is he 100 times worse. I am familiar with the history of Hitler’s 1939 euthanasia order and its consequences, and only an idiot would compare that to Obama’s dreadful healthcare reform notions.

    The same sort of idiot, that is, who ran around saying that Jimmy Carter and Global 2000 were going to kill 100 times as many people as Hitler had, and that therefore Jimmy Carter (whom I also dislike intensely) was “100 times worse than Hitler.”

    Over the years, that same individual (that would be, ha ha, LaRouche) and his sidekicks have called all sorts of political figures 100 times worse than Hitler–Carter, Brzezinski, Kissinger, Ed Levi, Averell Harriman, Pat Moynihan, Al Gore, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Barack Obama, and on and on. Oh, and not to forget–the Queen of England, Tony Blair, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Montagu Norman, Prescott Bush—

    In short: Everyone was 100 times worse than Hitler, except Hitler.


    1. LaRouche uses the “Hitler brush” to tar everyone he hates in politics, and he certainly does hate a lot of people.

    2. LaRouche apparently finds Hitler to have been relatively mild, since he has smeared virtually every political figure alive (and some dead) as being “100 times worse.”

    So, ha ha, Funny Reasoning: You sure you want to hang around with these folks?

  5. Justin Says:

    Congratulations (?) to Keesha (Keisha?) Rogers for winning the Democratic Primary. This too is a “well played” game of sorts — if you throw up a few primary candidates in various locales, you will win something. (And Keesha Rogers was easily spotted as the candidate of the trio who had the best chance to do so.)

    See too, Gordon Allen Pross: — winner of the Democratic Primary in 1998, and the Dems have made sure to run somebody every election since, even if they don’t have a prayer in that deep red Central Washington district.

    A funny thing with the great knowledge of history. I once tried to do something with a sort of arch-typical Larouche essay, which boiled down to a vast list of evil, evil people who have thrown the world into dark evil times.
    But I got bored and realized it wasn’t worth the effort.

    In reading through Larouche crap, I come up again and again things I have enough background knowledge (even on a relatively elementary level) to dispute — and any number of matters I don’t have enough background to say anything about. But the sense is there: neither do the Larouchies. By design, I guess: if I stop a bald statement that “Woodrow Wilson was a Klan leader” (Wilson was this president that represented the nadir of post-Reconstruction civil rights, but wasn’t a leader of the Klan) — it’s a throw away historical reference that is stampeded immediately by another throw away historical reference, and none of it actually says anything.

    Meanwhile, thee other person who has popularized the “Obama with a Hitler Mustache” meme, Stephen Colbert (indeed, my Captain America related post went to him instead of Larouche to photo-shop the insta-Larouchies into the comic book’s tea party scene), has switched to “Obama with a Stalin Mustache”:

  6. infidelgranny Says:

    HA HA HA Keesha Rogers won in Texas. Obama has LOST Texas and very soon he will lose the rest of the country. Obama and the British Empire are going down!!!!!!!

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