Analyists Say Obama Suffers Depression. Could be Removed from Office by Legal Means

Posted on October 28, 2010


SamHenry has used the interview with Edward Spannaus regardless of his affiliation with Lyndon Larouche.  “Out of the mouths [of the crazed] oft times come gems.”  You have to love some members of the foreign press and their ignorance of US reliable sources!

Iran’s PressTV, is reporting:

“It is very doubtful at this time that he [Obama] will last his first term,” Edward Spannaus of Executive Intelligence Review* said in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday.
A US analyst says US President Barack Obama is unlikely to end his first term as there are serious efforts by American officials to remove him due to his incompetence.Many of them put out all their calls for removing Obama under the amendment 25th of the US Constitution.Spannaus also opined that people in the military are upset because Obama “is not attentive” to what is going on. “We have troops killing and being killed and he is not interested in dealing with it,” he further explained.

Elsewhere in his remarks, Spannaus said people inside the White House say, “Once he got into the White House he is very unhappy having to govern … he is very frustrated, he is very depressed, some reports say he is on medications and he cannot concentrate or focus, which is a mental problem.”

“It is the question of what he is going to do now in this term, the question of the second term is out of the question,” he concluded.

The amendment allows for the removal of the US president if he is incapacitated either physically or mentally.According to a new Harris Interactive survey released on Tuesday, just over one-third or 37 percent of respondents have positive opinion about Obama, while about 67 percent of Americans disapprove Obama’s performance on jobs and economy.

A recent opinion poll conducted by Gallup had previously revealed that more than half of American voters would not support the re-election of Obama.

Obama has made radicals of us all save the adoring voters who will follow him over a cliff.

*Edward Spannaus of Executive Intelligence Review:

Edward Spannaus has been on the editorial board of Executive Intelligence Review magazine since its founding in 1974, and has been its Law Editor since 1981.

Intelligence Review which is a publication from Lyndon Larouche

Lyndon LaRouche

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Lyndon LaRouche

Lyndon LaRouche, February 2006
Born Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr.
September 8, 1922 (1922-09-08) (age 88)
Rochester, New Hampshire
Other names Lyn Marcus
Political party U.S. Labor Party, Democratic
Spouse Janice Neuberger (1954–1963)
Helga Zepp (1977–present)
Children Daniel, born 1956
Parents Jessie Lenore Weir
Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Sr.

Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche, Jr. (pronounced /ləˈruːʃ/; born September 8, 1922) is an American self-styled economist, political activist, and the founder of several political organizations known collectively as the LaRouche movement. He has been a perennial candidate for President of the United States, having run in eight elections since 1976, once as a U.S. Labor Party candidate and seven times as a candidate for the Democratic Party nomination. He is the founder and contributing editor of the Executive Intelligence Review, and has written prolifically on economic, scientific, and political topics, as well as on history, philosophy, and psychoanalysis.

He was sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment in 1988 for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and tax code violations, but continued his political activities from behind bars until his release in 1994 on parole. His defenders believe the prosecution was a politically motivated conspiracy involving government officials and a mass-media brainwashing campaign.[1] His appellate attorney, Ramsey Clark, a former U.S. Attorney General, argued that the case represented an unprecedented abuse of power by the U.S. government in an effort to destroy the LaRouche movement.[2]

LaRouche’s supporters see him as a political leader in the tradition of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Martin Luther King, while other commentators regard him variously as a cult leader, fascist, or anti-Semite.[3] Norman Bailey, formerly with the National Security Council, described LaRouche’s staff in 1984 as one of the best private intelligence services in the world, while the Heritage Foundation has said he leads “what may well be one of the strangest political groups in American history.”[4]