This article provides a good example of why 501(c) non-profits stay out of direct politics. 501(c)(3) organizations are not allowed to engage in politics at all and 501(c)(4) organizations are not allowed to be “primarily” about politics. This provides an explanation for why organizations, such as the Tea Party, focus on single issues and not directly on the problem of removing a treasonous and criminal president from office. If you, as a non-profit, engage in politics, the IRS will likely come after you with a vengeance.
This is also the reason that all-volunteer organizations must take the lead in campaigning for Obama’s impeachment, removal and criminal punishment. If a 501(C) non-profit is involved, the message will have to be watered down. Sure there are others in both parties, who should go to jail with him, but removing Obama must be the first priority. After that, you can more easily deal with the lesser criminals.
Non-profits can play a role, but it must be an indirect role. They may be able to do things, such as inform and educate their members about efforts and reasons to remove the Great Usurper from office, but they should not be organizing the events directly. That must be done by volunteer groups or by Political Action committees (PAC’s).