Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Over a period of some 20 years, Barack Hussein Obama and his wife Michelle Obama have been planting their asses in the church pastored by the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, a man who hates America and has no problem saying so quite publicly. But we’re not supposed to talk about that.

Since at least 1995 (and probably before that), Barack Hussein Obama and his wife Michelle Obama have been more than slightly acquainted with a couple named William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn Ayers, a pair of domestic terrorists who have not only talked about bombing the Pentagon, they have actually done it. Their current freedom results from technicalities and not from any findings of innocence. But we’re not supposed to talk about that.

Another friend of Senator Obama, one Tony Rezko, was just convicted of fraud. But we’re not supposed to talk about that.

The amounts and origins of many of Senator Obama’s campaign contributors (totaling in the neighborhood of $200 million) are shrouded in some mystery. But we’re not supposed to talk about that.

And then there is Senator Obama’s documentation of his past – or what can be found of it. The following records have not been released: Occidental College records, Columbia College, Columbia thesis, Harvard College records, Selective Service Registration, medical records, original birth certificate (either certified copy of embossed signed paper certification). Similarly, none of Senator Obama’s records from the Illinois State Senate are available, despite the fact that he was a public employee and thus all records relating to his employment should be available to those who paid his salary. Finally, there is no record of Senator Obama’s baptism.

Considering that a plethora of lawyers and private investigators are combing Alaska attempting to ascertain how often Todd Palin breaks wind, I find the reticence of the Obama campaign to be both fascinating and ominous.

I have said it before and I’m repeating myself: Barack Hussein Obama is interviewing for the most powerful job in the world and I, as his potential employer, have every right and every responsibility to make sure that he is qualified and competent to perform that job. There is no corner of his life that can or should be concealed from me and should he choose to hold his associations, his history and his documentation as confidential, then he has by his own actions disqualified himself from consideration in perpetuity.

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