Russ Gibb at Random
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Hello, here are some questions for you

June 8, 2009



How is it that Barack Hussien Obama was unheard of several months ago to most Americans, but is now the President of the United States?

Let me ask the question. Where did he come from? Let me ask it again. Where did he come from? Let me ask it again. Where did he come from?

Let me change the question. How did this happen? How did this happen? How did this happen? How is it possible that a practically unknown individual several months after his debut is the President of the United States? How did this happen? How did this happen? How did this happen? Oh, you think it’s a conspiracy? Oh, a conspiracy. Oh, a conspiracy…you bet!

Well let me ask you another question. Who is the money behind Obama? Who were the real money donators to Obama? It has now been announced, by the Obama campaign, that they did not make all their money from small individual computer donations. In fact, several billionaires - billionaires - billionaires were the main backers of Obama.


How could this happen that a practically unknown individual, Barack Hussien Obama, becomes the President of the United States in a very short time? There’s the question. Do you dare ask it? The question. The question. The question do - you - dare - ask?????

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12 Comment(s)

The American people have been conned by the Obama mob. My union, the UAW CIO sold me out.

--by ex GM worker on 6/9/09   Lives: Michigan  

Well Russ, for starters, I would have to believe that this all occurred due to an electorate that is lazy, uninformed and happily just plain ignorant.

Example of supporting evidence for the case made would be the misspelling of "Barack" twice in this topic alone.

Oh well, here's to looking towards 2010 and 2012...

--by Y’all Drank The Kool-aid on 6/9/09   Lives: Dearborn  

You think he is unknown because you only watch one TV station.

--by FLIP THE CHANNEL!!! on 6/9/09   Lives: Detroit area  

Russ,
I see someone is nailing you on your spelling, that's ok! I have a difficult time spelling African and Arabic names too. Whatever happened to simple names like Bob and Ralph? I also find it funny that the guy never answered any of the questions raised in your recent post.

--by Yo Mamma on 6/9/09   Lives: Michigan  

Mr. Gibb, Thank you for asking the Question.

--by Sonya on 6/9/09   Lives: Dearborn  

I am the only one who dares answer this very intelligent question:

the reason he got elected is because "barack" is really a subliminal message that is actually secretly whispering into our ears another word: "balack".... as in: "black"!!!!!!

black obama.

THAT, my dear watson, is what is REALLY killing you inside!

--by whitey on 6/10/09   Lives: Dearborn  

At least related to Barack Obama coming seemingly from nowhere... Back in 2005 I had a political science class in college where a former NY state representative came in to speak with us. I told him at that time that I saw Barack Obama and Harrold Ford as potential candidates in the 2008 election. At that time, or even now, I don't consider myself a political aficionado, but I still had him on my radar then.

--by Mark Stanislav on 6/10/09   Lives: Dearborn  

The point I think you are trying to make is that if you have enough $$$, anything is possible. You can put who you want in any office to get them to do what you want in that office as long as it benefits you. He is in the contributers pockets. What is the old saying? You scratch my back and I will scratch yours!

--by Concerned on 6/10/09   Lives: Michigan  

Interesting from AP WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama on Thursday tapped four big Democratic Party donors for plum ambassadorships in Europe and Latin America while naming six career diplomats to posts in Africa, the Mideast and the Pacific.

Washington lawyer Howard Gutman, who raised more than $500,000 for Obama's campaign and personally contributed the maximum $4,600 to it, was nominated to be the next U.S. envoy to Belgium, the White House said in a statement.

Gutman also contributed $2,300 to now Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan group that tracks money in politics.

Know that Both the Republicans and Democrats reward big contributers with ambassadorships.

--by steve on 6/14/09   Lives: Dearborn  

Russ, it's not a conspiracy theory that Obama is President. Look at how Kennedy and Johnson had to invoke the mafia to get the gig. If you feel uneducated on this subject, read J Edgar Hoover's biography. Flash back to 1992. In the early primaries, no one in Michigan had ever heard of Bill Clinton. His spin doctors did a great job. Bill Clinton won the election by playing sax on MTV. Obama's media consultants also utilized cutting edge technology. They realized that a black guy who likes to shoot hoops could easily beat a grey haired old fart by mobilizing young politically agnostic folks who don't normally vote or give a darn.

--by Dave LaPorte on 7/13/09   Lives: Detroit area  

Where did he come from? He was a senator from Illinois.

Barack Hussein Obama raised $670,775,019 for his campaign. When you subtract the $$ from big donors, PACs and Indian tribes you are left with $239,474,088 in contributions of less than $200.

That's a lot of ordinary working-class people digging deep to support Obama.

By comparison, John McCain's contributions of less than $200 totaled $102,634,351.

Are there powerful people with lots of money behind the candidates in American elections? Yes. Are there highly-paid media-savvy political sharks working for politicians? Yes. But I think Obama is as close to a populist as we've seen in decades.

(BTW, repeating a question three times doesn't imbue it with more meaning or significance. It just looks silly.)

source: campaignmoney.com


--by R U SERIOUS on 7/18/09   Lives: Dearborn  

This is the funniest one yet. Obama's got you so worked up you're repeating yourself. I'm sure no billionaires donated to the Republican campaign, because we all know they're the party of the little guy. Get real. Maybe most of American adidn't know him before he ran, but he ran a heck of a campaign and he made us get to know him, and a huge number of Americans decided they liked what they saw, unlike Mr. McCain on the other side. If McCain had won and the Democrats started mouthing off about a conspiracy, you guys would be the first to brand every one of them as un-American. What a double standard from a bunch of hypocrites. And now, as usual, let the nonsensical replies begin.

--by The Local Liberal on 12/20/14   Lives: Detroit area  

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