Why has Obama employed a legion of private and government attorneys to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans Open thread for Sunday, February 28, 2010. Will Glenn Beck apologize to the American people?
Obama, FEC investigations, Update, February 27, 2010, Obama for America, Campaign funds for Obama’s personal use
Obama, FEC investigations, Update, February 27, 2010 Obama would have been under more FEC scrutiny if he had taken Federal matching funds. From the FEC. “FEC TAKES FINAL ACTION ON SIX CASES WASHINGTON – The Federal Election Commission recently made public its final action on six matters under review (MURs). In one matter, respondents agreed to pay a civil penalty of $5,500; the Commission found no reason to believe a violation of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended (the Act), occurred in connection with another allegation andRead More
Larry Sinclair for Congress, Met with locals, Florida district 24, Sinclair spoke to locals, Candidates speeches
Larry Sinclair for Congress, Met with locals, Florida district 24 I just spoke to Larry Sinclair. He stated that his speech to locals in Florida District 24 went very well. Sinclair spoke along with other candidates for congress. “FL District 24 Republican Primary eat and greet” “Candidates for Florida’s 24th district in the U.S. House of Representatives met with locals. Candidates include Deon Long, Sandy Adams, Larry Sinclair, Craig Miller, Heine Heinzelman and Ed Dedelow” [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnaSBNgij64] http://larrysinclairforcongress2010.victorydiy.com/
David Emery, About.com, Urban Legends, Birther Wackiness Continues, NY Times, Obama birth certificate, Kenya, COLB, Elitist smears
“He jests at scars, that never felt a wound.”…Shakespeare Why dost David Emery of About.com (aka NY Times) jest? “‘Birther’ Wackiness Continues with Release of Obama’s ‘Kenyan Birth Certificate’” William Shakespeare, once again, waxes pertinent. “Horatio: He waxes desperate with imagination. Marcellus: Let’s follow. ‘Tis not fit thus to obey him. Horatio: Have after. To what issue will this come? Marcellus: Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”…Shakespeare, Hamlet Act 1, scene 4 I perform a great many internet searches and today, quite by accident, or perchanceRead More