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We’re sick of the secrecy, Barry

Check out this exchange between Senator John McCain and President Barak Obama, aka Barry Soetoro. (If you don’t know about Obama’s former name, please google it and learn a few things.)

ABC News (http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/HealthCare/john-mccain-health-care-summit-obama-democrats-start/story?id=9952202&page=2) says there was a tense exchange between McCain and Obama when the longtime senator criticized Obama’s healthcare bill and his promise to televise healthcare discussions on C-SPAN, one which he did not keep.

“Let me just make this point, John, because we’re not campaigning anymore. The election’s over,” the president countered.

McCain today said he brought up the subject because of the closed-door meetings.
“The reason why I brought it up yesterday was not because of the campaign, but because the American people don’t like these unsavory deals,” he said.

What does Obama mean, “we’re not campaigning anymore”? As in, he can make any promises he wants to on the campaign trail, but once the “election is over”, he doesn’t have to follow through? I know we think this is “normal” for politicians, but would Obama really do this? I just want to point out yet another swig of kool-aid that many Americans were all too happy to drink in the name of Hope & Change, that has turned out to be a lie.

I’m not in love with McCain and his voting record, but he is spot on this time: “the American people don’t like these unsavory deals.” We are sick of the secret deals benefitting Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, ACORN, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and everyone else playing politics on Obama’s team secretly hidden in the healthcare and bail-out bills. The American people have said they don’t want the current Senate healthcare bill, yet Obama is moving ahead with it and all the hidden benefits and political favors because he doesn’t have the votes to get it through the Senate again. If this passes, it will be a multi-Trillion dollar mistake we will be paying for many years to come. One small. enormous example: It has 6 years of benefits, but will take 10 years of increased taxes to pay off. Sound like good business sense to you? That’s Bernie Madoff accounting! What happens 6 years from now…and it’s time to pay for the next round of benefits? We won’t have any money because we’ll still be paying off the first set — for 4 more years!

Obama has filed over 90 lawsuits keeping personal information about his past hidden from the public. Why? When you and I go for a job, we expect people to check on our references and educational claims. There are more background checks going on for College Football coaches who have their resumes scrutinized than the President of the USA. When coaches’ claims are false, the institutions have no problem dismissing the coach straightaway. Yet we cannot even see Obama’s records from Columbia University. They are sealed by yet another lawsuit.

Investigative reporters have been trying to uncover anything about Obama’s time at Columbia. Many claim that he never attended the University. I don’t know either way – but my point is this: Why the secrecy? Obama has told people that he will be the most open President in US history, and yet he spent over $1million to hide his hospital birth records. Was this done to give his team more time to concoct their story and produce a forgery? Or was he really born a US citizen? I have no clue, but – if there is nothing to hide – why the millions to hide the record? If he attended Columbia, why hide the university records behind another court order?

We know less about this man than any President in US history. Most of what we know has been written by Obama himself, which should be a clue about something. The problems happen when his stories about himself are refuted. Like the one that Michelle Obama refuted. About his birth story.

Mrs. Obama has said that Obama’s mother was “very young and very single” when she had Barak, who she named “Barry.” http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=114259 which doesn’t jive with what Barry claims.

(Does this mean that I can call him a bastard if I want to? If Michelle is right, technically, it would be accurate.)

But back to the point: We the People are sick of the secrecy. Open the healthcare discussions to real debate. Give the legislators time to read and understand the ramifications of $1.5 Trillion worth of legislation. And then open your records Barry. Let us know who we have as President of the United States of America.

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  1. February 26, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    Hey Eric. He is a technical bastard as well because the marriage was not legal. His purported father, who Barry does not resemble, was already married. They can try to fudge things and claim it was a “tribal” marriage, but in the eyes of Kenyan law, all the requirements were met for marriage, including a ceremony and the obligatory exchange of animals.

    No one has located a valid marriage license and a divorce is not prima facie evidence that a marriage ever took place. Wonder why Barry never had the courage to look up the records of his parent’s marriage? Because of what was on his birth certificate?

    • January 4, 2014 at 2:14 am

      Hi bisab, thanks for the comment. Still lots of doubts about his birth, I’m right there too.

  2. Jeff
    March 1, 2010 at 12:00 pm

    Hope and Change and Openness and Transparency = One Big Glass of Kool-Aid. This will be the inverse of the Barry Goldwater election: later there will be a BUNCH of people that voted for Obama who will say that they didn’t.

    I believe that Obama’s grandmother was interviewed and quoted saying that Barry was born in Kenya. I don’t see this being addressed anywhere. “Birthers” are generally hated and marginalized. Obama supporters counter Birthers by saying (roughly speaking), “Get over it. He’s the President.” Not very satisfactory.

    • January 4, 2014 at 2:16 am

      Yeah, there’s a lot of people disillusioned with the kool-aid. How’s that hope and change treating them now?

  3. Erik
    March 1, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    Do as I say, not as I do. Now, sit down, shut up and don’t complain as we scrap the Constitution for our perverted Utopian vision. After all, we know better than you, and it’s for your own good.

    • January 4, 2014 at 2:17 am

      Right! Very Orwellian … and getting scarier by the week.

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