Whatever it is, it’s stuck on Obama’s shoe and the stench will follow him into
the general election, if he’s the Democratic nominee. It doesn’t matter that
there is absolutely no proof of any wrong doing by Obama. It’s the perception
that matters. What we know right now points to a lot more than a “bone
headed” mistake, especially if using the media’s usual rules for targeting
An Obamabot has another thought, in yet another edition of Mr. Hope’s Fans:
“Maybe that poster was right, you stink because don’t wash your s—– thoroughly. That can be a problem, when you smell really awful whenever you
are around.” from Maggie Allmann
As usual, stayin’ classy. Obviously, the Obamabots are in denial, because scrutiny is coming:
In her ruling, St. Eve said the government contends that Rezko directed business
associates Joseph Aramanda and Elie Maloof to make contributions to an unnamed
political candidate in late 2003 and 2004 because Rezko had already contributed
the maximum legal amount.
The only candidate Maloof and Aramanda contributed to during that time frame
was Obama, then running for the U.S. Senate in Illinois. Maloof and Aramanda
each gave $10,000 to Obama’s campaign. … ..
It’s also about judgment and the company you keep.
A British-Iraqi billionaire lent millions of dollars to Barack Obama’s fundraiser
just weeks before an imprudent land deal that has returned to haunt the presidential
contender, an investigation by The Times discloses.
The money transfer raises the question of whether funds from Nadhmi Auchi,
one of Britain’s wealthiest men, helped Mr Obama buy his mock Georgian
mansion in Chicago. … ..
I covered the Rezko
– Obama relationship many weeks ago. With the trial starting next Monday
the noise is going to grow louder.