Thursday, June 24, 2010

Blago, Obama and the Chicago way!

To understand Obama of today you need to look at his past.

They say to emulate someone is the sincerest form of flattery – unless you are Rod Blagojevich emulating Barrack Obama.

The trial underway in Chicago against Blago has many tales to tell in how politicians in the State of Illinois succeed at their craft. The trial of public opinion against Obama has also been waging since Obama has taken office and surrounded himself in the White House with those who hail from that very cesspool of corruption, thuggery and dirty tricks.

The public is aware, now, of Obama and his ties to ACORN and their voter fraud baggage. His community organizing experience is the only “real world” experience that he could claim on his resume during his candidacy for President and we know it was at ACORN and the “motor vote” drive.

There are many who say that the Joe Sestak job offer as well as the Andrew Romanoff job offer is no different than what Blago is on trial for – selling (or bribing) of a Senate Seat. We know that Obama and his crack White House staff is neck deep in the Blago trial because, after all, it was Obama’s vacated seat at the center of the trial.

That said, it is apparent that the Democrats will do just about anything to subvert the American electorate to place whom they deem fit for the job in a seat.

Before I get into any of the details about Obama’s meteoric rise to the White House I just need to point out that Blago vacated his Senate seat to become Governor (first win) and guess who was appointed to fill that vacated seat? Rahm Emmanuel!

To show the lengths that Obama’s employed from his Chicago dirty bag of tricks to get elected in 1996 to his first ever political office you may not have learned.

We know that one of Obama’s self proclaimed experience was with his efforts to get voter registration increased -- first in his home State before his first election, then, nationwide for his Presidential victory.

This is how CNN described it – “In his first race for office, seeking a state Senate seat on Chicago's gritty South Side in 1996, Obama effectively used election rules to eliminate his Democratic competition.

As a community organizer, he had helped register thousands of voters. But when it came time to run for office, he employed Chicago rules to invalidate the voting petition signatures of three of his challengers.

The move denied each of them, including incumbent Alice Palmer, a longtime Chicago activist, a place on the ballot. It cleared the way for Obama to run unopposed on the Democratic ticket in a heavily Democrat district.”

Could it be that the Obama team employed their ACORN army that registered non-existent voters and then challenged those very registrations?

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