October 24, 2008

Obama Breaks His Promise On Public Financing




"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive."

Maybe, Sir Walter Scott had Senator Barack Obama in mind when he penned those words.

It looks like Senator Barack Obama has had plenty of practice, and has become quite an expert in the art of deceiving.

Have you been wondering where all the money is coming from to support his underhanded campaign, and how it is that he seems to have a bottomless coffer when it comes to funding his ads, designed to deceive his devoted followers into giving him even more, untraceable, dollars?

It seems that Obama and his campaign have plenty of devious ways to accomplish his agenda, and what is worse, it seems that there are plenty of people out there willing to let them get away with it.

But tell me this: Can anything good come of something founded on lies and deception?

For instance:
"It turns out, for example, that credit card companies deploy a variety of security measures to guarantee the processing of electronic transactions. For campaign giving, the key safeguards are vendor address verification, country of residence, and proof of citizenship. We now know that Obama operatives at the campaign’s website have disabled the security settings on vendor identity to expedite online donations, gifts that then speed through to fund election activities that would be flagged as illegal under normal FEC reporting standards."

Read this, and more, in "Obama's Fundraising Fraud," an excellent article exposing the corruption, written by Donald Douglas.


2 comments:

Americaneocon said...

Great video, Jan. I'm glad I came over to check your blog. I can use it.

I agree with the Sir Walter Scott quote, of course, and your additional comment about how it was probably written for Obama. We have campaign finance, abortion, birth certificate, religion ... what else, it gets so confusing. Did you know that he spent 5.2 million on the set up at INVESCO FIELD, and everyone's worried about Sarah Palin's clothes?

It's all too much. I'm just going to keep getting my voice out there. If Obama wins, I'm going to get even more involved to make sure Obama's a failed one-term president.

Jan said...

Americanneocon..well, yeah, he spent all that money on that, but don't forget the old double standard, and the fact that he feels "entitled."

After all, he's been convinced that he's "The One."

You'd think they would appreciate the money spent on Sarah Palin's clothes..considering the fact that they consider her to be so gauche.

You just can't please some people! :)