"More Evidence of Obama War Crimes"
individual can be convicted of a war crime, genocide or a crime against
humanity in the International Criminal Court (ICC) if he or she "aids,
abets or otherwise assists" in the commission or attempted commission
of the crime, "including providing the means for its commission."
Barack Obama should not be president. He is a War Criminal, guilty
of high crimes and misdemeanors.
Upon entering the Senate in 2005 through April 2007 Obama voted for every war-funding bill that came before him. Obama, despite his anti-war rhetoric, cast at least 10 votes for war-funding bills. Funding
a War of Aggression is a War Crime, each vote was a War Crime. Obama
and co-conspirators are guilty in the deaths and maiming of
hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. Some estimate just in
Iraq more than 1,500,000 Iraqis have died due to the US-led
war. Obama approved funds which were used to buy bombs and bullets
to murder and maim tens of thousands of Iraqi and Afghan children - in
Obama's Votes for Troop Funding
(we believe this accounting from www.FactCheck.org is accurate)
four months of being sworn in as a U.S. senator, Obama – in lock-step
with fellow Senate Democrats – began a string of votes in favor of
voted for Senate passage (Vote 109, April 21) of an emergency
supplemental appropriations bill, which passed 99 to 0. He also voted
for the final House-Senate compromise version of the same legislation
(Vote 117, May 10), which passed 100 to 0.
Later in 2005, additional
war funds were contained in the regular Pentagon appropriations bill.
Obama voted for the Senate version (Vote 254, Oct. 7), which passed 97
to 0 and also for the final compromise (Vote 366, Dec. 21), which
passed 93 to 0.
supported another emergency supplemental appropriations bill, which
included war funding and much else, voting for a cloture motion to end
debate and schedule a vote (Vote 103, May 2). The measure passed 92 to
4, with four Democrats opposed for reasons other than war funding. He
then voted for Senate passage (Vote 112, May 4). The bill was approved
by a vote of 77 to 21, with only Republican opposed, and finally, Obama
voted for the final House-Senate compromise version (Vote 117, June
15), which passed 98 to 1, with a single Republican voting against it.
Later in 2006,
Obama supported the regular Pentagon appropriations bill, which
included $50 billion in "contingency funding" intended for the first
six months of war funding. He voted for Senate passage of that bill
(Vote 239, Sept. 7), which passed 98 to 0, and also for the
House-Senate compromise version (Vote 261, Sept. 29) which passed 100
final vote for troop funding (Vote 147, April 26) was for an emergency
supplemental appropriation that also included a call for withdrawal
from Iraq. Obama issued a news release at the time, saying: "We must
fund our troops. But we owe them something more. ... With my vote
today, I am saying to the President that enough is enough." The measure
passed 51 to 46 and was vetoed.