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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

BArack Obama's Politics

This video asks the simple question, " Why would Barack Obama support a man such as Raila Odinga?" More importantly, with the thinly veiled threats of violence if Obama does not win coupled with the very real effort on his part to steal the election are we headed for a similar result after our election as is depicted in this video of the aftermath of Kenya's election?

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What doubts one may have of the veracity of these claim must be viewed in light of this report that Obama helped raise over $1 million for the campaign of Raila Odinga.






By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily


Raila Odinga
NEW YORK –Sen. Barack Obama, with a donation of nearly $1 million, and a son of Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi were among the biggest contributors to the presidential campaign of controversial Kenyan leader Raila Odinga, according to an internal document obtained by WND.

The memo was prepared by the head of Odinga's campaign finance accounting section, Shakeel Shabbir, as an official report delivered to the national treasurer for Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement party, or ODM.

Among the 72 individuals and organizations that contributed money to Odinga's 2007 presidential run in Kenya, Shabbir lists "Friends of Senator B.O." as having donated 66,000,000 Kenyan schillings, about $950,000.

Saif el-Islam Gadhafi, the Libyan strongman's second oldest son, reportedly donated 53,450,000 Kenyan schillings, about $765,000.

According to several highly credible ex-ODM sources WND interviewed in Kenya, the $950,000 raised for Odinga's campaign came from a series of private meetings arranged for Odinga by Mark Lippert, a foreign policy adviser in Obama's U.S. Senate office. The meetings with top-dollar Obama fundraisers and donors took place during Odinga's 2006 trip to the U.S.


Obama still supported Odinga while that politician was using violence to overturn the election.

In the final days of the New Hampshire Democratic Party primary, while the post-election violence was still raging in Kenya, Obama told reporters from the BBC he continued to maintain contact with Odinga in Kenya by cell phone.


Obama goes to Kenya, gives a politician $1 million, but not a nickel to his brother and grandmother who live there in poverty. What a guy.



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