OBAMANOMICS – JUST IGNORE THE LAW!
Obama stated, “I don’t think American elections should be bankrolled by America’s most powerful interests, and worse, by foreign entities”. His own words in his 2010 State of the Union Address. He knows the law but does not hesitate to ignore it. Who would stop him, Eric Holder? My friend Ron provided the following facts that I have paraphrased and selectively included some of my own comments. C Brewer
The Democrats admitted that they raised $181 million in September. Only 2% of the donations, or three and a half million dollars, is traceable.
On October 8th the Washington Examiner released the results of a 108-page, eight-month investigation by the Government Accountability Institute into campaign funding impropriety by House, Senate and presidential campaigns.
Some of the findings:
The president’s web site is not owned by the administration; it is owned by a major Chicago bundler for Obama, Robert Roche. Mr. Roche has visited the White House 19 times. Mr. Roche lives in Shanghai, China. So does the president’s web site.
When one types in the president’s web site address one is immediately redirected to a donation page. The president’s outreach and fundraising have targeted web sites in Chinese, Arabic, Thai, and Korean. 68% of the traffic to the site is foreign traffic. Donations from foreign nations are illegal.
Campaigns are required to keep records of donations of $50 or more. Theoretically, a donor can make hundreds of $49 donations and remain entirely anonymous.
You would think that there would be an immediate reaction to call for an investigation or an outraged public reaction. Except for one thing: This news has had zero exposure…we have the expected brick wall of dead silence from the mainstream media.
It should be reasonable to expect that Congress would act quickly with the election less than a month away. Not in the world we currently live in where the Senate acts on nothing.
This information should attract the attention of the taxpayers who vote. Raising almost $200 million dollars, a month after barely raising $100 million dollars during preceding months, should set off an alarm. When the news ignores this and uses the debates to pin point Romney and Ryan’s weaknesses, the bias is rather obvious to those with an open mind.
The media’s attempt to avoid reporting the facts is in full force. Look at the President’s latest attempt to soft peddle his actual dismal performance. He went directly to his Hollywood crowd, a constituency never in jeopardy of deserting him. Quote, “Everybody here are just incredible professionals. They’re such great friends and they just perform flawlessly night after night. . . . I can’t always say the same.”