Citizen News November 26, 2010, Obama eligibility, Tax cuts, Whose money is it?
From Citizen News November 26, 2010.
The Citizen Wells Citizen News site has a new page devoted to Obama eligibility information and lawsuits. This is an effort to organize numerous articles and information on the subject as well as introduce information to a new audience or an old audience with clearer vision. The effort has just begun and will take weeks or as long as it takes to complete.
Early facts and rumors about Obama eligibility.
“In January of 2008 I knew little about Barack Obama. After a few days of researching, accessing information available on the internet, from interviews by Tim Russert, The Chicago Tribune and Chicago SunTimes and other sources, I knew that we had a problem.
I then began getting feedback from researchers who had been paying attention long before me.”
Citizen Wells March 21, 2008.
“Here is the comment that was posted.”
“Obama has a dual citizenship with Kenya. His passport was breached today by inquiring minds because Obama is an anti-Israel pro-pan-arabism Islamic-socialist who has ties to marxist Libyan president Muammar al Gadaffi, Syrian tycoon Antoin Rezko, Saudi Arabian sheikhs, and Rezko’s “close friend” 3.5 million money pal Auchi, the one who gave Obama fundraiser money: Iraqi billionaire global arms dealer Nadhmi Auchi, was Baathist best friends with Saddam Hussein”
“Kenyan-born OBAMA makes history…wins presidential nomination.”
“For Ghana, Obama’s visit will be a celebration of another milestone in African history as it hosts the first-ever African-American President on this presidential visit to the continent of his birth.”
Tax cuts. Whose money is it?
“One of my favorite publications in NC is the Rhinoceros Times, published weekly, and one of my favorite writers is John Hammer, the author of “Under the Hammer” and Editor in Chief. John Hammer has been exposing much of the truth about Obama for years when the big city mainstream media outlets were giving Obama a free pass.
From John Hammer, November 18, 2010.
“The bias of the mainstream media is so pervasive that sometimes it’s hard to see the forest for the trees. In writing about the proposed tax cuts and ending some tax deductions, the mainstream media will invariably write, for instance, about “how much revenue the government will lose if the Bush tax cuts are extended.” The government will not lose a dime if the Bush tax cuts are extended because it isn’t the government’s money. The money belongs to the people who earned it.”