Thunderpig’s Mirror

More Concerns About Obama’s Past, And Terrorist Supporters

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 15, 2008

“And in six months, they got about a half-billion dollars’ worth of business simply on their excellence,” Obama said.

What he did not say in his speech was that the owner of one of the investment firms, John Rogers of Ariel Capital, is a principal campaign fundraiser. Nor did he reveal that employees of the firms he helped have since contributed to or helped to raise more than $765,000 for his campaigns, according to campaign documents. Nor did he mention that two of the firms have allowed him to use their private jets. Nor did he mention that two of the firms have since been dismissed by the state pension fund for “underperformance.”

Source: Rezko Watch

If you want to keep up on the whole Rezko trial, visit Rezko-rama. Many thanks to Hugh Hewitt for the idea, and NZ Bear for the technology setting that website up…goodness knows the Obama Sycophants and Useful Idiots in the Legacy Media and local radio won’t dare question the Obamessiah.

Here is a bit of audio I’ve been meaning to post, but never got around to it. I found it at Powerline today…it is audio of an interview where Hamas endorsed Barack Obama.

As if the Palestinian Phone Bank wasn’t bad enough, I must remind you of his association with Bill Ayers, an unrepentant terrorist.

American Thinker has a new article tackling part of this as well, and is is worth a read, and thanks to Charles G. for pointing it out to me.

This two-part Powerline on the friends of Obama should be required reading:

Part 1

Part 2

It is complete with audio to drive the point home.

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