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30 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 NEWS Cape Gazette LaRouche supporters rna's impeachment Petition campaign comes to Rehoboth Beach By Ryan Mavity ryanm@capegazette.com American voters just re-elect- ed President Barack Obama, but supporters of political activist and former presidential candi- date Lyndon LaRouche are on a campaign to get him out. Tony Esposito and Joe Billing- ton are two supporters with LaRouche's LaRouche PAC who made their way to Rehoboth Beach to call for Obama's im- peachment. Brandishing litera- ture and pictures of the president with a Photoshopped Hitler RYAN MAVITY PHOTO LYNDON LAROUCHE supporters Joe Billington,' left, and Tony Esposito, were down in Rehoboth Beach Nov. 20 toget people coming and going from the post office to sign their petition to impeach President Obarna. mustache, the two camped out in front of the Rehoboth Beach post office trying to gather signatures on a petitionto impeach Obama. "We're leading the fight na- tionally for Obama's impeach- ment and restoration of the Glass-Steagall Act," Esposito said. Glass-Steagall was the 1933 law that separated commercial and investment banking but was re- pealed in 1999. Esposito said bringing the law back would clean up the country's financial situation and encourage infra- structure investment in America. As Esposito talked, a man walking out of the post office pointed to LaRouche's picture and said, "That guy's a whack job, right there," as he went to his Car. "Obama is going to destroy the country," Esposito said. "He's go- "rag m get us into World War III. We have to get him impeached." When asked how Obama could be impeached and re- moved from office even though the Democratic Party holds a majority in the Senate - which would have to convict to remove the president from office --Es- posito said once the truth comes out about things like Benghazi, near Philadelphia, where Obama won't be so popular. The LaRouche PAC has an office. impeachment process will pre- They travel from town to town vent Obama from launching a on no set schedule. Billington war in the Middle East, he said. said post offices are usually a "That's our immediate con- good place to meet people. cem," Esposito said. LaRouche himself is 90 years old, Billington and Esposito are but Esposito said he's stronger both from Delaware County, Pa., than ever. Esposito said he has been supporting the LaRouche movement for 37 years. He said he was drawn to LaRouche after LaRouche warned bout the eco- nomic crisis, i "It's a great moment of crisis. We've got to get the truth out to the American people," Esposito said. 1 RANGE- 2 SEPARATE OVENS . 10% OFF All Frigidaire Double Oven Ranges Through 12/29/12 Plus Additional Manufacturer Offers! t~ i-I Just In Time for the Holidays "Experience Matters" Owned & Operated by Trevor & Amy Vest Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 5:00 Saturday: 8:30 - 1:00 Other Hours By Appointment 302.645.8930 33506 Crossing Ave. Unit 2 Lewes. DE 19958 Behind Walgreen's www.henlopenappliance.com Earn REWARD RATES Turn Your Free Checking into One that Earns Interest... On balances up toand including $25,000 whe[ rewards requirements are met Interest Rewards Checking No Minimum Balance required after opening Free Online Banking and Bill Pay Free Mobile Banking Free e-Statements Free Visa Check Card and Visa Rewards Minimim to open is $50 A History of Service - Since 1861 www'artisansbank'cm (302) 884-6885 New Castle County (302-674-3214 Dover 302-430-7681 Milford 302-296-0155 Rehoboth 302-537-2888 Millvflle * APY is Annual Percentage Yield.This is a variable rate account and rates are subject to change after opening without notice. Each dollar over S25,000 earns 0.50% APY when the rewards requirements are met. Rewards requirements must be met each statement cycle. REWARDS REQUIREMENTS PER STATEMENT CYCLE: (1)Either a direct deposit transaction, an ACH Debit, or an ACH Credit must be posted to the account each statement cycle; (2)Must make a minimum of 12 signature based VISA check card transactions each cycle; (3)Must be enrolled in Artisans' Bank Online Banking and receive an e-Statement each cycle. When the rewards requirements are not met, a base rate of 0.10% APY is paid for that statement cycle. If you do not receive e-Statements, a $2 paper statement fee will also apply. Personal accounts only. ~mJ~ LENDER Member FDIC