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Sen. Hagel: It’s a ‘Stretch’ to Say Palin Is Qualified

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posted on Sep, 19 2008 @ 12:44 PM

Originally posted by mental modulator

CITIZENS donate the majority of OBAMAS $$$$$$$.


"Barack Obama's campaign announced today that its fund-raising tally from August was its best showing to date. The campaign raised an eye-popping $66 million last month, thanks to more than 500,000 new contributors. The campaign says it now has 2.5 million contributors and $77 million on hand".

So lets do the math... 2.5 million people have donated $77 million dollars in this economy? More than an average of $3,000 each? Who are you trying to kid here? The guy has been raking in cash from some very questionable sources on the internet.

From Pamela Geller, editor and publisher of the blog Atlas Shrugs:

"I have been pouring over docs from Obama’s foreign contributions and it’s rotten. As I pointed out here, there are way too many overseas contributions and I find it hard to believe they are all American citizens. $500,000 came into the campaign via “not employed” people. How does the FEC monitor that?

Obama’s overseas (foreign) contributors are making multiple small donations, ostensibly in their own names, over a period of a few days, some under maximum donation allowances, but others are aggregating in excess of the maximums when all added up. The countries and major cities from which contributions have been received France, Virgin Islands, Planegg, Vienna, Hague, Madrid, London, AE, IR, Geneva,Tokyo, Bangkok, Turin, Paris, Munich, Madrid, Roma, Zurich, Netherlands, Moscow, Ireland, Milan, Singapore, Bejing, Switzerland, Toronto, Vancouver, La Creche, Pak Chong, Dublin, Panama, Krabi, Berlin, Geneva, Buenos Aires, Prague, Nagoya, Budapest, Barcelona, Sweden, Taipei, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, Zurich, Ragusa, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Uganda, Mumbia, Nagoya, Tunis, Zacatecas, St, Croix, Mississauga, Laval, Nadi, Behchoko, Ragusa, DUBIA, Lima, Copenhagen, Quaama, Jeddah, Kabul, Cairo, Nassau(not the county on Long Island,lol), Luxembourg (Auchi’s stomping grounds), etc,etc,etc,"

Check this out, makes for a good read:

mental modulator, either your boy or his handlers are corrupt! There is no way 2.5 million "citizens" donated an average of over $3,000.00 in todays economy!

[edit on 9/19/2008 by TheRooster]

posted on Sep, 20 2008 @ 11:59 AM

Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic

Originally posted by RRconservative
How is Barack Obama any more qualified than Sarah Palin?

Obama Spent 3 years as an exceptional community organizer

yes, yes he did

posted on Sep, 20 2008 @ 12:40 PM
The real question is what makes someone qualified?

John Mccain has had years of experience with foreign policy, yet he wants to stay in Iraq for 100 years if need be, which is a terrible idea.

Palin and Obama both lack experience in terms of number of years in office, but possibly they are less corrupted by Politics at that level.

Experience helps, but its not everything.

posted on Sep, 20 2008 @ 03:43 PM
After reading this, I emailed that scum Congressman who ripped Palin, and demanded he resign. I told him that I would PREFER a person that, unlike him or most in Washington, had intergrity, and DID NOT have 'experience' as a liar and a thief. Lucifer is supposed to have a lot of charisma, knowledge and power. But I would prefer a homeless, drunk bum, than the devil. al Baraq Obama, his given name, has a lot of charisma, but he is the most communistic member of congress, and usually he does not vote for or against anything, but only 'present'. Does that sound competent to you? Perssonally, if I thought it made any diffference at all, I would vote a write in for Ron Paul. I don't like some of what he wants to do, but he is not like the Communist Democrats or the Socialist Republicans. He, at least, is pro American.

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