Saturday, October 10, 2009


"The issue of Obama’s citizenship itself is not a dead issue, despite the strong and even mockingly expressed opinions of ill-informed and uninformed people. To award the Nobel Peace Prize to somebody who might yet be indicted for treason is a risky business, putting the Nobel Committee in a potentially embarrassing position. Stay tuned. An honest judge might yet be found in the U.S.A."

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Get subscribers posted by The JAG Hunter @ 10/10/2009 01:18:00 PM   1 comments


At Sun Oct 11, 12:36:00 AM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Astute observation Steve. Obama has contributed nothing to world peace and the issue of his citizenship is far from dead. It is more alive with each piece of evidence unearthed.

The Nobel committee already has plenty of reason to be embarrassed. After all, they gave the award to Jimmy Carter and Al Gore who as far as anyone can tell have never done anything but cause world tension that may have later lead to wars. And since leaving office and having both lost Presidential bida, they've done nothing, but be trouble makers both in the U.S. and in the world.

Of course now that they are recipients of the prize, they have the ability to nominate and vote for others. Who wants to bet those loyal and liberal Democrats nominated, voted for, and lobbied for their potential political benefactor, Mr. Obama.

As to the Obama citizenship issue, it is far from dead. And one can only hope there is one honest judge in the U.S. who will act with integrity on this issue while even a few shreds of the American way of life remain.



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