Kesha Rogers

(Lakesha D. Rogers)

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  • Born: December 9, 1976
  • Nationality: American
  • Profession: Politician









Lakesha D. Rogers is an American political activist in the Lyndon LaRouche Youth Movement, a former candidate in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Texas, and a two-time Democratic Party nominee for Texas's 22nd congressional district. Rogers, an African American, is a follower of Lyndon LaRouche and his LaRouche movement. She called for the impeachment of U.S. President Barack Obama.

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After graduating college in 2001 with a B. A. in Political Science and Speech Communications from Texas State University - San Marcos, I realized that my generation and those younger had been given no future and had been maliciously robbed of the knowledge of principles and methods necessary for building one. Education, Learning, Knowledge & Training ;Future ;Science, Mathematics, Engineering & Technology
Barack Obama is a threat to the continued existence of the United States, and he must be impeached, or resign.
If Obama commits thermonuclear war, I won't have to worry about November and neither will you. War & Peace
I'm a Democrat because I represent the true traditions of the Democratic Party.
In 2010 and 2012, I won the Democratic nomination in the 22nd Congressional District on the program 'Save NASA Impeach Obama,' without any organizational or financial backing from the party.
Make no mistake: Obamacare is a pro-death 'health' program. Health, Healthcare & Medicine
One of the most beautiful things that recruited me to join the LaRouche movement is its emphasis on Classical singing and composition, especially with the Negro Spirituals, adding a new depth of profundity to songs I had sang while growing up.
Texas Democrats should be more concerned about what President Obama is doing to destroy the party, and the nation, than about what I am doing in going after him for that.
We know that the next several generations need a better world to live in, which can only be a post-Obama World.
What made me decide to run was the dire state of the economy and the non-leadership of President Obama. At that point in time, my campaign put a mustache on Obama as part of the national campaign drive. Time

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