Obama has spent One Million Dollars So Far in Citizenship Defense Lawyer Fees instead of Revealing his Vault Birth Certificate

Refuses to show Vault Birth Certificate

Refuses to show Vault Birth Certificate

As you will see in the article that follows, Obama has spent about One Million Dollars and counting for defense lawyers instead of revealing his Vault Birth Certificate and other records of interest to the public.

Why would a Natural Born Citizen spend One Million Dollars to avoid proving they are a Natural Born Citizen and prepared to spend as much as it takes to avoid proving their Natural Born Citizenship?

Answer: There are no circumstances that a Natural Born Citizen would Spend One Million Dollars to avoid proving they are a Natural Born Citizen.

That Obama has done this is solid proof, in my opinion, that he is a Foreign National and likely an Illegal Alien.

That the DEM Party is on a rant to give Illegal Aliens access to citizenship raises this woman’s eyebrows in view of Obama’s Desperate Legal Battle to avoid proving he is a Natural Born Citizen.

Now let’s take a look at the article from World Net Daily website.



Is Obama campaign cash quashing eligibility suits?

FEC shows more than $1 million paid to top law firm since election

Posted: April 22, 2009
10:20 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

President Obama may be using campaign funds to stomp out eligibility lawsuits brought by Americans, as his campaign has paid more than $1 million to his top lawyer since the election.

According to Federal Election Commission records, Obama For America paid $688,316.42 to international law firm Perkins Coie between January and March 2009.

FEC’s Obama For America 2009 April quarterly report, disbursements by payee

The campaign also compensated Perkins Coie for legal services between Oct. 16, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2008 – to the tune of $378,375.52.

Robert Bauer of Perkins Coie – top lawyer for Obama, Obama’s presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee and Obama’s Organizing for America – is the same Washington, D.C., lawyer defending President Obama in lawsuits challenging his eligibility to be president.

Where’s the proof Barack Obama was born in the U.S. or that he fulfills the “natural-born American” clause in the Constitution? If you still want to see it, join more than 360,000 others and sign up now!

As WND reported earlier, Bauer sent a letter to plaintiff Gregory Hollister, a retired Air Force colonel, of Hollister v. Soetoro, threatening sanctions if he doesn’t withdraw his appeal of the eligibility case that earlier was tossed by a district judge because the issue already had been “twittered.”

Bauer’s warning was dated April 3 and delivered via letter to the plaintiff’s attorney, John D. Hemenway. It is not the first such warning issued. Lawyers trying to kill a similar California lawsuit filed on behalf of Ambassador Alan Keyes also said they would seek sanctions against the plaintiff’s attorneys in that case unless they left the issue of the president’s eligibility alone.

“For the reasons stated in Judge Robertson’s ruling, the suit is frivolous and should not be pursued,” Bauer’s letter warned. “Should you decline to withdraw this frivolous appeal, please be informed that we intend to pursue sanctions, including costs, expenses and attorneys’ fees, pursuant to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 38 and D.C. Circuit Rule 38.”

Bauer also represented Obama and the DNC in Philip Berg’s eligibility lawsuit and various other legal challenges. He and the White House have not responded to WND’s request for comment.

Perkins Coie serves high-profile clients such as Microsoft

, Amazon and Starbucks. In 2006, the firm also represented Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Osama bin Laden’s alleged bodyguard and driver.

The FEC allows elected officials to use campaign funds to pay legal fees only if the action/investigations arise as a result of their tenure in office or campaigns, according to Politico.

The FEC report also reveals Obama For America has spent nearly $9.5 million in the first three months of this year – of which $6,365 in legal fees paid by Obama For America also went to Oldaker, Biden & Belair, a firm founded by Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.


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Chelsea Schilling is a staff writer for WorldNetDaily.


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174 Responses to Obama has spent One Million Dollars So Far in Citizenship Defense Lawyer Fees instead of Revealing his Vault Birth Certificate

  1. ohiobelle says:

    Well if Palin had to pay the $125,00 back for her clothes.. Barack better pay this money back!!

  2. billalmighty says:

    maybe the dog ate his birth certificate

  3. sosdd says:

    I hope his money won’t make this issue go away.

  4. billalmighty says:

    with all due respect, it’s kind of old news that just won’t die isn’t it? i mean, the campaign is over and they guy has been a politician his whole life. there’s more important things to move on to than this issue, i/m/o.

  5. ohiobelle says:

    I don’t believe Barack is a natural born citizen but he’ll probably write a law that allows anybody in the New World Order to be President and CEO of the United States.

  6. VotingFemale says:

    SOSDD = IndyColtsFan

    I think he has two wordpress blog sites and is presently logged into one that does not have his username set to IndyColtsFan

    Indy, what are the links to your two wordpress blog sites?

  7. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, his whole life??? Community organizer is not a politican.. A couple years in senate doesn’t work if you paid to play. People have paid the anointed ones way all these years and now we are paying for it..

  8. karmahd says:

    This will be hidden in the courts until he is out of office they have deep coffers and will use them to hide this. Question if this is a non issue then why not come forth and present the document??

  9. LisaInTX says:

    Ahhh….one of my FAVORITE Issues regarding Mr. President!! LOL….Auntie LOVED this subject as well…LMAO.
    Hope she sees this report and the brand new avatar Trophy I’m sporting. Make My Day!!
    Indy…I sure miss Dirty Harry….hahahaa

  10. ohiobelle says:

    Karma, he can give what he doesn’t have..

  11. karmahd says:

    Yeah I am confused on how a junior house member gets to be president in as little as 3 years?? Do ya think anyone was developing this manchurian individual for office??? No history, no published legislation. his DSA activity expunged from the web, hmmmmm

  12. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, haha again I love the way you sport your new avatar trophy.. She must be sooo pissed.

  13. billalmighty says:

    belle-i didn’t say a he was a senator his whole life, and i’m not trying to defend him or his lack of experience…he has been in some type of politics most of his adult life. these are old arguments…that’s all i meant

  14. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, I believe Barack is the biggest act of terrorism against the country since 9/11..

    Has everybody been eating healthy and working out??? We don’t want to be conservative terrorist and the cause of global warming.. tell me that isn’t wasteful spending???

  15. m2elena says:

    He’s a Kenyan not a U.S. citizen!!!
    I put nothing past this guy.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    pant pant pant… administration can take my time… lol

    now… did anyone notice that Obama selected the lawyer who is defended Osama bin Laden’s Driver defense case?

    Perkins Coie, in 2006, represented Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Osama bin Laden’s alleged bodyguard and driver.

  17. ohiobelle says:

    vf wrote: now… did anyone notice that Obama selected the lawyer who is defended Osama bin Ladin’s Driver defense case?

    No way!! I did not notice that.. You’ve got to be kidding me?

  18. billalmighty says:

    i don’t get that, belle. that sounds like personal baggage to me. one thing i like about mccain is that he respects the office of president. i know exactly how he feels about obama, but he maintains a level of respect towards him that i admire. i think it’s much more difficult to respect those you disagree with than to jump on the attac bandwagon for the sake of being negative. he may or may not be a citizen…but he figured out a way to become president. we should worry about coping with that, instead of still trying to qualify him. of course this is all i/m/o

  19. ohiobelle says:

    Hey if we sign that list with 360,000 others.. do you think we will be targeted and detained at Gitmo before it closes??

  20. billalmighty says:

    the bin laden family was at george W’s ranch on the morning of 9-11 and had to be secretly flown out of the country while the no fly order was in effect. the repubs have been in bed with the bin ladens and terrorist oil families for YEARS.

  21. samiam60 says:

    Did Obama use Stimulus money for the Lawyers?

  22. samiam60 says:

    Vf, maybe ya should just put up a picture of Forrest Gump for my avatar? I have this thing soooooo messed up already.

  23. billalmighty says:

    hi sam…lol @ stimulus for lawyers

  24. billalmighty says:

    hi m2 🙂

  25. billalmighty says:

    vf did you remove your button?

  26. ohiobelle says:

    Bill wrote: the bin laden family was at george W’s ranch on the morning of 9-11 and had to be secretly flown out of the country while the no fly order was in effect. the repubs have been in bed with the bin ladens and terrorist oil families for YEARS.

    Where did you get that information???

    Sam, I bet Obamas lawyer was an earmark…lol

  27. billalmighty says:

    not sure where i first heard it….you should be able to google it and find out more

  28. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, I am going to do that… If you heard it on the Communist News Network or NBC it is not true. Networks reported alot of false information about Bush.

  29. billalmighty says:

    all of them are guilty of corruption and lying…dems and repubs. if there was more to the story that obama is a fraud american…don’t you think SOMEONE from the right would have THE GOODS to take him down? And don’t give me that national liberal media BS….conservatives MUST stop being permanent victims at some point if they ever want to get anything done

  30. billalmighty says:

    the conservative message is out there….it’s just not the most popular

  31. karmahd says:

    Bill well said

    “i think it’s much more difficult to respect those you disagree with than to jump on the attac bandwagon for the sake of being negative”

  32. billalmighty says:

    belle – i’m pretty sure the administration fessed up to it as well. i’ve been wrong before…

  33. billalmighty says:

    maybe once


  34. billalmighty says:

    thx karma

  35. billalmighty says:

    here’s a little, belle…not sure how reliable the source


  36. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, on 911myths.com this is what I found..

    So on the morning of 9/11 there was an organized meeting at Washington’s Ritz Carlton Hotel with five hundred of its largest investors. Frank Carlucci and James Baker III played masters of ceremony. George Bush senior made a lightning appearance at the beginning of the day. The presentation was quickly interrupted, but one detail escaped no one. One of the guests wore the name bin Ladin on his badge. It was Shafiq bin Ladin, one of Osama’s many brothers.

    So “George Herbert Bush met with Osama bin Ladin’s own brother” would seem to be more accurately described by saying they were both at the same meeting, along with hundreds of other people. Did they actually meet in person? Bush reportedly wasn’t in attendance for long (“Bush Sr. left the meetings early”) so there may have been little opportunity. They may still have done so, of course, but in order to show that we’ll need some evidence: misleading quotes are not enough.

  37. billalmighty says:

    wow…i’m either on the troll list, or i’m a badass…cuz everyone kinda disappears on me. i think it’s the latter 😉

  38. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, hahaha I am here. So I wonder how many people from that meeting was able to fly out on 9/11.. Pretty powerful people attended.

  39. LisaInTX says:

    I thought is was the Saud Royal family that was at Bush’s ranch? I forget too??

  40. billalmighty says:

    ok, belle. one spin or another…SOMETHING weird happened, and the bush’s and cheney and many other repubs are in the oil business, and have dealt with known terrorists over the years. of course it was business, so that’s different….right?

  41. karmahd says:

    Bill this blog does not move that fast, be paitent, my friend

  42. ohiobelle says:

    Bill wrote: if there was more to the story that obama is a fraud american…don’t you think SOMEONE from the right would have THE GOODS to take him down?

    We have the goods so I don’t understand why he hasn’t been taken down. Maybe our government doesn’t understand that a certificate of live birth is NOT a birth certificate. Anybody could get a live birth certificate.

  43. ohiobelle says:

    Bill, when you deal with oil then you’ll come across terrorist.. with that being said, nobody could’ve predicted 9/11.

  44. karmahd says:

    As stupid as this might sound I think Bush is a patriot and put God and Country above business. He was a paranoid soul as well, and let others lead him down the wrong path, but he protected them to his detriment. Do I think the Bin Ladens met with Bush to conspire on a plan to de-stabilize the oil market, NO

  45. LisaInTX says:

    AND their entourage that was flown out. I recall only one woman that was described as ‘kin’ to Bin Laden??? Seems like it was a sister/??

  46. ohiobelle says:

    Karma, this is a slow moving this morning.

  47. billalmighty says:

    they are all corrupt, was my point…obama included.

    i always seem to end up bashing conservatives when i sooo don’t mean to. i want them to stop being victims and blaming obama or anyone else for their problems….and just become the best party by being great leaders and people of integrity

  48. karmahd says:

    But I will also say his blatant stubborness closed his mind to the realities of the day and he plain and simple fucked up!!

  49. LisaInTX says:

    Diplomatic Immunity mean anything here? I mean…how would it have looked to detain the Saud Royal family?? Even IF they had been involved, the other nations would have had kittens had they been detained!

  50. ohiobelle says:

    I don’t think anybody was going to stop Saudi billionaires from leaving Washington after the Pentagon was hit..

  51. karmahd says:

    Bill I don’t think anyone here is protecting any politician, I agree they all need to go. My initial mantra on Ireport was “term limits” politics should never be a career!!!

  52. LisaInTX says:

    And I really don’t remember them being at the ‘ranch’, but in a city on a business meeting of some sort?

  53. billalmighty says:

    karma – i didn’t mean to imply frmr pres bush did anything criminal or sinister, other than look the other way about who he was dealing with in the family oil business over the years….mostly behind the scenes

  54. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, hahah the other nations would have had kittens had they been detained?? That is so funny.

    This is a stretch. I don’t think Bin Ladens family knew Osama had planned the attacks. I don’t think they would’ve been here had the known. This is just my opinion.

  55. karmahd says:

    Bill they are all crooks I am not defending Bush LOL I dislike politicians all of them, give me statesmen who have the people at the top of there lists…

  56. LisaInTX says:

    I agree that Bush did what he thought was the best to protect us. However, what he did was leave it open for a corrupt admin to come in and totally abuse those things that he put in place to protect us.
    This new admin scares the crapola outta me!!! They are as far from representing the best interests of our country as Chavez is!

  57. billalmighty says:

    i don’t know the specific details about who exactly was exactly where on the morning of 911…i know that of the people who were here, some of them were from the bin laden family, and that they were given special treatment and exit…instead of detained and questioned. if it looks like shit and smells like shit….it’s shit

  58. billalmighty says:

    lol @ kittens lisa

  59. ohiobelle says:

    How Bush and Bin Ladin met..

    The roots of the first known Bush-bin Laden convergence date back to the mid-1970s, when the two clans were linked by a Houston businessman named James R. Bath. Bath had befriended George W. Bush in the late 1960s, when they both served in the Texas Air National Guard. By 1976, when Gerald Ford appointed the elder George Bush as CIA director, Bath was acting as a business agent for Salem bin Laden’s interests in Texas. (Texas and Saudi Arabia were well-connected by this point through U.S. oil companies and related industries with operations in both locations.) In 1991 Time magazine and later other publications reported on allegations by Bath’s former business partner that the Bush CIA hired Bath in 1976 to create offshore companies to move CIA funds and aircraft between Texas and Saudi Arabia. After W. lost a bid for Congress, he decided to launch an oil company in Midland in 1979. For $50,000, Bath bought a 5 percent stake in W.’s Arbusto (Spanish for “Bush”) partnerships. At the time, Bath also served as business agent for several prominent Saudis, including Salem bin Laden. In exchange for a percentage of the deals, Bath made U.S. investments for these clients in his own name, according to Time. Although Bath has said that he invested his own money in Arbusto, not Saudi money, the fact that he was Salem’s agent at the time has fueled speculation that Osama bin Laden’s eldest brother was an early investor in W.’s first oil venture. It was around the time of this investment, incidentally, that Osama bin Laden made his first trip to the Khyber Pass, where he would soon join the Mujaheddin and the CIA in the holy war that expelled the Soviets from Afghanistan. (Salem, for his part, owned a house in Marble Falls, and died in a 1988 plane crash near San Antonio.)

  60. karmahd says:

    Well the best cover Bill for this could be to have the family members in plain sight to detract from there involvement, that is a common trick used in the disinformation game. And it could be an organized conspiricy, time will tell.

    Lisa Barack Obama can thank George Bush for winning the election, so you are correct…

  61. LisaInTX says:

    You are cool. Honey, you really have no idea what we have ALL been thru on Ireport!! We are blog battle tough warriors here, each and everyone of us! ;-}

  62. billalmighty says:

    i hear you karma…i didn’t think you were defending gw…i was feeling guilty for implying that he was acting as a terrorist or anything sinister…so i wanted to clear it up

    lisa – george protect us? no way. he made countries that liked us for years suddenly not like us…..and made countries that didn’t like us turn to utterly despising and wanting to destroy us even more than usual. protection? not in my perception…..he put us more a risk….gave the terrorists fuel for the fire

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  64. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks for posting that history.
    As I recall, Bin Laden was deemed a HERO by the Saud’s and many here in America after he fought in Afghanistan.
    He later became WORLD enemy number ONE after the 9/11 attacks and was focused in on after our troops gained a foothold on Saudi soil. He was furious over the ‘infidels’ walking on their sacred sand”….If I remember right??

  65. billalmighty says:

    hey lisa…that’s so true…i was saying that the other night to vf. i know you guys are blog warriors and i’m an amateur…but i’ve been a politico since i was a teenager and i love the debate. i just started blogging a couple weeks ago…and it was about growing tomatoes, not politics.

  66. billalmighty says:

    bottom line is…george’s family was ok having business dealings with known terrorist families so long as they were making big bucks. that’s all.

  67. LisaInTX says:

    The UN piece of crap would do nothing to help us. They are NOT worth our money that pours in to their coffers from We The People and need to be dissolved for the farce they are.
    Bush stood strong and so did our CONGRESS when it benefited them to do so. :-/

  68. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve always wondered why we haven’t captured Bin Laden??? Maybe we’ll meet up with him in Pakistan?

  69. ohiobelle says:

    The UN is the biggest waste of money I’ve seen. Why we think the UN could handle any conflict is beyond me.

  70. billalmighty says:

    lisa – agreed. the UN is obsolete and a drain on the real poliitcal world. I remember very much being very proud of george after 9-11. i’ll never forget that, or how he stood up like a man and brought us together. yep….i was glad it was george and not al gore, or we’d all be wearing turbans right about now

  71. LisaInTX says:

    Soros and his associations are better then? Chavez and Castro are two of the most vile, yet they are all buddies of Mr. President or his new found buddies.
    I think that they are ALL in bed with power hungry minions and we are only little dots in the big scheme of things.

  72. karmahd says:

    Ohio, I had this very same discussion with Davidjw the other day, he was critical of the GOP’s efforts in not capturing Bin Laden, LIKE THE GOP has anything to do with it???

    We had Bin Laden several times and the decision was made to not capture him, due to the fact if he were captured his status would further heighten the attacks on US soil, he would become the ever growing symbol against American Imperialism, we had him in Tora Bora, and I cannot prove this but I think he might be in the control of certain US agencies.

    You will note, it he was free, the videos and statements would have continued as to his proposed fatwah, he has issued messages 2-3 times since the war started, does that make sense if he were really free???? or alive for that part

  73. ohiobelle says:

    Karma, so if unemployment topped 6.1 million and Baracks spending spree will only create 2 million jobs (and that’s not to mention what jobs will be lost in creating those 2 million jobs) what is everybody else supposed to do??? Dems should’ve read the Reps budget plan that created over 4 million jobs and half the spending of Baracks plan…sigh

  74. billalmighty says:

    belle – you know i’ve developed a theory about why so many bad guys in the middle east are able to “elude” capture by the US. politics is very much a business….and a game at the same time. presidents who are forced to take military action against radical leaders, are usually very popular. i think you can see where i’m going…..if you bomb someone and make them retreat, they live to fight you another day. if you kill them….you only get to conquer them once……and then he won’t be around for you to “conquer” next time you need some popularity points to win an election. it scary, but i’m probably not far off

  75. ohiobelle says:

    Karma wrote: Ohio, I had this very same discussion with Davidjw the other day, he was critical of the GOP’s efforts in not capturing Bin Laden, LIKE THE GOP has anything to do with it???

    I can’t believe david hasn’t been banned… He rants on and on about Bush and the GOP. Truth is 9/11 could’ve been avoided had Clinton responded to the Cole attack or the attack on the Embassy. Clinton had the opportunity to take Osama out but said no because he was afraid innocent people would’ve been killed. I blame Clinton for 9/11…

  76. karmahd says:

    Well I think our new president is like a deer in the headlights, he cannot cajole his political partners and detractors like his narcissistic personality thought. In underestimating his lack of control and overestimating his own power we stand polarized in inaction. He is by far to calculating to do the right thing and fix this issue, he want his public opinion poll to remain high that is his only hope to implement his ultra liberal agenda…

  77. billalmighty says:

    2 million jobs…4 million jobs….both fall short, and both are estimates. propaganda is infinite

  78. ohiobelle says:

    And just wait and see what will be the response for Barack doing nothing over the pirates.. Military force is necessary to protect this country. I don’t understand why the Dems would rather play politics then defend this country.

  79. ohiobelle says:

    Bill wrote: 2 million jobs…4 million jobs….both fall short, and both are estimates. propaganda is infinite

    I agree.

  80. billalmighty says:

    i think all of you give obama way too much credit. the party is running him, not vice versa. he’s the pitch man, who is following the directions of the “karl roves” that surround him. remember…he lacks the experience and wisdom to have orchestrated everything you say he’s responsible for. seriously

  81. ohiobelle says:

    Karma wrote: he wants his public opinion poll to remain high that is his only hope to implement his ultra liberal agenda…

    True but if we get attacked because he choose to do nothing.. I think people will demand to see that birth certificate.. lol

  82. karmahd says:

    Bill as I have stated numerous times on Ireport of which you were not privy, I have been saying all along that Obama is the spokesman for the team, and is a pitchman… so when I talk of him it is to be assumed I am speaking about Larry Summers, Rham Emanual and Soros, and don’t forget his idol Sam Alunski and his teaching on “Rules For Radicals” in fact I have a post on WordPress about that topic…

  83. ohiobelle says:

    Bill wrote: i think all of you give obama way too much credit. the party is running him, not vice versa. he’s the pitch man, who is following the directions of the “karl roves” that surround him. remember…he lacks the experience and wisdom to have orchestrated everything you say he’s responsible for. seriously

    Again I agree. Barack Obama is nothing more than an empty suit. He is being controlled by Pelosi and her liberal agenda! McCain was right when he said this is no time for on the job training.

  84. billalmighty says:

    maybe he has a birth certificate, but it has the “acme false document company” logo on it so he can’t turn it over

  85. billalmighty says:

    lol karma…i have a palm centro for when i’m “busy”

  86. LisaInTX says:

    This is a piece of an article that I saved. Thought you might find it interesting.

    Most Americans in 2003 thought that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were complementary theaters in the wider war on radical Islamic terrorism and the authoritarian Middle East regimes that aided and abetted it. The anti-Iraq War left agreed that the two fronts were connected—but in an antithetical, rather than a symbiotic, way. For them, the illegitimate, unilateral war in Iraq came at the expense of the lawful multilateral struggle in Afghanistan. Yet a brief review of the two wars not only suggests that such a view is mistaken, but also that it is disingenuous—especially the trope of damning the American effort in Iraq by claiming that, in addition to its other moral and strategic deficits, it caused us to “take our eye off” Afghanistan.

    It is worth remembering that when the United States invaded Afghanistan on October 6, 2001, many on the left forecast immediate doom. The craggy peaks of the Hindu Kush were too high. The weather was too icy. With Ahmad Shah Massoud’s assassination by al-Qaeda, the Northern Alliance would surely not fight effectively. The same fate that had defeated both past British and Russian imperial occupiers lay in wait for us. New York Times writer R. W. Apple summed up such liberal unease—shortly before the rout of the Taliban—when he declared the first weeks of war in Afghanistan had already produced a hopeless Vietnam-like debacle.

    But Afghanistan proved to be the quagmire that wasn’t. The unexpectedly sudden defeat of the Taliban, coupled with the rapid establishment of an elected Karzai government, quieted anti-war opposition for a time—even as fleeing Islamic terrorists began regrouping with near impunity across the border in Pakistan. In the autumn of 2002, about a year after the Taliban’s fall, success in Afghanistan was an attractive argument for more action, not more caution. Surprised by the quick victory of American arms in Afghanistan—but continually worried about being seen as soft on national security amid growing public support for ending the murderous regime of Saddam Hussein—a majority of Democratic congressmen and senators voted in October 2002, weeks before the midterm elections, to authorize a second war in Iraq. Few on the left wished to go on record opposing another successful military operation. Indeed, given the success of the recent war against the Taliban, most envisioned an even easier time against the once-beaten and weakened Saddam Hussein.

    At first, such hawkishness about the war against Saddam seemed a smart political move. After the three-week spectacular victory, more than 70 percent of Americans in April 2003 supported the so-far successful Iraqi war. President Bush’s own approval ratings soared—along with those of the politicians in Congress who had supported him. By mid-2004, however, the Iraqi insurrection gained critical mass. Terrorists began to kill hundreds of American soldiers. Shiite-Sunni infighting soured Americans on an apparently ungrateful and hopelessly savage Iraq, as what had once seemed a cakewalk turned into a bloody stalemate. The public began to turn on the messy American occupation, and especially its foremost proponent, President George W. Bush.

    In response, a number of prominent Democratic senators—Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Diane Feinstein, John Kerry, and Harry Reid—who had once given ringing speeches about invading Iraq, now about-faced. They abruptly claimed that they had earlier only reluctantly authorized, not advocated, a war—one that had been illegitimately hyped to them through doctored and misleading intelligence.

    As the 2006 elections neared, and Bush’s dismal approval ratings continued to reflect public unhappiness with the course of the war, most liberal congressional supporters of the Iraq War had finished their reversions to type, and reinvented themselves as principled and longstanding critics of the conflict. It was not surprising that they should do so, as U.S. losses mounted and many erstwhile pro-war pundits now assured the nation that the war was lost. Anti-war had always remained their default option. Few remembered that both the House and Senate had once authorized the invasion of Iraq on twenty-three writs that ranged from violations of United Nations-sanctioned no-fly zones, inspections, and 1991 armistice accords, to oil-for-food skullduggery and genocide against the Iraqi people. Even fewer cared that, while WMD arsenals had not been found, the other original congressional premises for removing Saddam were still as valid at election time in 2006 as when they had been ratified in 2002.


  87. ohiobelle says:

    And Obama promised lower taxes for 95% of the people.. WTF! 100% of the people are seeing tax increases. Here is how I see it.. Are government is going to have state and local tax increases and when we complain they are going to hide behind the states saying they aren’t responsible; the states and local officials are.

  88. ohiobelle says:

    I hate typos.. our government.. not are.. sorry. drives me nuts.

  89. karmahd says:

    Wow Lisa good article and way to bury my comments LOL

  90. billalmighty says:

    you guys are fun…i gotta run for a bit. a couple hours at the car dealership…oil change day 😦 i’ll check in later

  91. LisaInTX says:

    I’m sorry…I should have only posted the link…LOL

  92. billalmighty says:

    lisa – i stayed to read that article…..i disagree with most of it, though. it’s written by a wingnut. now i’m really going

  93. samiam60 says:

    Hi LisaTX, great Article, you always find the things we rarely find or see on mainstreet media.

  94. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks Sam. I thought it explained allot. The only person NOT visible on that article was her evil holiness Pelsoi…she TOO was all about and all for that war—when it benefited her to do so.

  95. samiam60 says:

    Don’t know if this is true or not but I heard Nancy P. got Obama new contact lense’s with a built in teleprompter for everyday use. That in itself could save us from further embarrassment on the World Stage if it is true. 🙂

  96. samiam60 says:

    Speakin of Nancy, if that face gets lifted anymore its sure as heck gonna crack when she does her fake smile.

  97. LisaInTX says:

    The WMD were THERE. And we know this because many of them came from the USA.
    Biological weapons were, as I recall, the biggest threat and the hardest to locate.
    Bush was in the war and had already committed/promised aide. What else could he do? If he backed out on his word, what then? That is what I do not understand….that he was condemned for keeping his word, while the others sleazed off and turntailed on him—demonizing him for years, when the fact is, they TOO voted for the war. Talk about two faced bitches!!

  98. samiam60 says:

    Our country has everything backwards. They should be sending old guys like me to Iraq and Aftganistan. Why we could talk them Terrorists into committing sucicide in the first 10 minuets of gettin captured. I know I drive my kids crazy when I visit them. They just keep lookin at the clock the whole time I’m there. LOL, I like tellin stories about the Good Ole Days. That gets em everytime.

  99. karmahd says:

    Funny Sam, LOLOLOLOL

  100. LisaInTX says:

    LOL…Pelsoi is a hag and needs to run back to caring for her swamp rats that she loves so much and leave the running of our country to folks that care MORE for our nation and our people than rats.

  101. samiam60 says:

    All those weapons went to Syria while congress was tryin to decide if we should attack. Period.

  102. rosehips says:

    Yikes! This thread is too long to read it all but didn’t anyone else but me see Michael Moore’s movie Faranheit 9-1-1? It tells about sheparding out the Saudis. I thought they were members of bin laden’s family, but I don’t remember exactly. I do know that they allegedly left without being interrogated! holy cow. members of bin ladens family not questioned. talk about breach of duty…..

  103. VotingFemale says:

    Of course the biological WMDs were there… hell they used them on the Kurds…

    Likely they are either still there hidden or were relocated to Iran like they did what jet fighters we didnt shoot out of the sky.

  104. rosehips says:

    and when no American citizens were permitted to fly that first day, the Saudis were flown outta there. why did they have special rights? for their own protection? how nice of the US to think of that.

  105. samiam60 says:

    I wish Reagan coulda got that Star Wars program up and runnin. That would have changed alot of things we face today.

  106. LisaInTX says:

    My husband was there during Desert Storm and they were finding JETS buried in the sand!

  107. samiam60 says:

    Hi VF Thanks for all your help again today. I am making a list for you for tomorrow. How about this Duker pic gettin switched out? Is that gonna be possible?

  108. rosehips says:

    lol @ bill calling author wingnut. he really catches on to the blogosphere vocabulary. lol.

  109. LisaInTX says:

    The Royal Saud family was here on business. If I recall, only Bin Laden’s sister was among them, and since they held Diplomatic Immunity, what else could we do? Lock them all up and then have an International Incident?

  110. samiam60 says:

    I gotta funny feeling N. Korea and Iran are gonna have a Nuclear Accident about the same time and real soon. Opp’s, back to the drawing board.

  111. LisaInTX says:

    Vf, Sam, Rose,
    I gotta run some errands…BBL…y’all have a good day.

  112. samiam60 says:

    My grandkids thought I fought in the Civil War. I think their parents put em up to it.

  113. rosehips says:

    lisa, it was the sister of bin laden? what could we do? detain her and get every single bit of info she knew that could help us to capture her brother. Getting him might have been the very thing that would have averted the wars we are now raging!

  114. rosehips says:

    lol @ civil war experience sam. have you ever been to a reenactment of the civil war, or been in one?

  115. LisaInTX says:

    Oh, one more thing. Rose, I saw that video. What a load of dog crap..IMO….Nothing but an extremist left winger propaganda tool if ever I saw one.

  116. samiam60 says:

    Got to run myself for now, hope all of you have a great day, and thank you again VF for all your help. I would not be on here if it were not for you. Now I bet you have some regrets, don’t ya?

  117. LisaInTX says:

    The Islamic women for the most part, have NO business dealings. It would have been like detaining someones child for something a parent had done.

  118. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, I have already switched it out for you.

    WordPress is pretty funky about getting switched Avatars sorted out… server stuff and all that.

    If it does not show your new avatar in a few days I will look into it again. Done all I can do with that for now.

  119. VotingFemale says:

    No regrets, Sam! Promise! See you later dear!

  120. samiam60 says:

    rosechips, I go to Gettysburg every 4th of july when I can. It is awesome. In fact I was standin on top of a big boulder on Little Roundtop and fell off, my buddy was laughin so hard and said I was probably the first American to bleed on that battle field since the Civil War. I wasn’t hurt bad but needed stiches. LOL

  121. LisaInTX says:

    And she would have been scorned by her family had they detained her and possibly stoned later for being ‘compromised’. ..At least that is how I understand their customs.

  122. ohiobelle says:

    Another Taliban update… they have moved 20 miles and are now 60 miles from the capital…

  123. rosehips says:

    lisa, she may have had pertinent info that could have been valuable to the cia. it’s beyond comprehension that she was not even questioned, imo.

  124. rosehips says:

    sam, lol. I took my son and his friend once and it was fun!

  125. LisaInTX says:

    LOL @ falling off roundtop and bleeding…not funny, but the way you said it IS funny. ;-}

  126. rosehips says:

    lisa, so we should enter two wars to protect bin laden’s sister? Why not offer her protection here if her life was endangered. I can’t believe you would support her rights over our nation’s.

  127. sosdd says:

    Old duker , nancy face is stretched like a drum. It’s so tight you can bounce a quarter off of it. LOL!

  128. sosdd says:

    Lisa , I think auntie would just love your avatar. LOL!

  129. VotingFemale says:

    And what is Obama doing about it? Meeting with the AG to plan out the attacks on the Bush Administration for water boarding those slime balls?

    ohiobelle says

    Another Taliban update… they have moved 20 miles and are now 60 miles from the capital…

  130. LisaInTX says:

    You really need to understand the Saudi customs. They were here on business, not as terrorists. Detaining Bin Laden’s sister would have been like detaining his child.
    She most likely had NO KNOWLEDGE of any of his doings as women, are not party to what the MEN do within that realm.

  131. ohiobelle says:

    Okay you guys want to hear a bunch of crap… I qualify for the home affordable refinance because I have a loan owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae, I am current on my mortgage payments, and I am the owner of the home… with all that being said, Flagstar Bank said that the home affordable refinance program isn’t up and running yet and call back another time. What the heck! If you want to find out if you qualify check out makinghomeaffordable.gov/
    but it doesn’t make a difference if the banks won’t start the program like they are supposed to!!

  132. ohiobelle says:

    Maybe the banks are taking care of those that aren’t responsible. Is there anything in that stupid spending bill the helps people that are responsible????

  133. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks Indy…I sport it proudly can you tell? LOL
    Notice the missing scalp? The flowing locks rest prominently off my saddle horn. ;-}

  134. LisaInTX says:

    I read a report that IF you are unemployed or have credit issues, you can NOT get those loans either…when they become available.
    IF and I say IF, I refi’d….I’d have an atty ready that loan with a fine tooth comb and be sure that there is not anything hidden in the wording that indicates that you are not the “property owner” but termed as ‘Premises or Tennant”….I do NOT trust those new loans since it is coming from the Obama admin slugs.

  135. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, I have a great credit rating and I don’t have any credit issues but I am laid off. I am supposed to go back soon but I don’t know when. Do you think that will make a difference? I am willing to pay any amount to have my home refi’d. Flagstar just said they haven’t started the program even though they were supposed to last month. They don’t know when they will start.

  136. rosehips says:

    belle, I wish I could help, but I don’t know a thing bout it. I hope you get back to work soon and that program gets up and running soon. They probably have lots of legal issues tying them up right now.

  137. ohiobelle says:

    I didn’t think I would qualify because I am current on my payments but my friend emailed me that website last night and sure enough I did qualify. I thought I take a chance and call them. Is this a sign that the banks still aren’t lending?? I wonder where all TARP funds have gone?? The banks don’t seem any different today then before all these stupid bailouts.

  138. VotingFemale says:

    Hey ctlss?

    Yeah… you just dropped a bomb on Blabby’s conciliatory iReport:


    then say you don’t want to make problems… right.

    Well, as regards to Auntie being blocked from commenting here, I refer you, her, and everyone else to my moderation policy page which is available as a link on my blog here:



    This is a message to Trolls and Spammers…

    Trolling and Spamming on this website will not be tolerated. If you are here to spam or perform trolling personal attacks against me or others who comment here, you are wasting your time. You will be met with moderation and prevented from commenting here.

    In order to see your comments posted on this blog, you must behave yourself.

    While we all enjoy a lively heated debate, it can be done with mutual respect. Those who frequently comment here are well behaved and known by their past behavior and good natures. Want to be a part? It’s not hard to do and you don’t have to agree with my politics or blog posts at all.

    Troll’s or spammer’s rights end where my, and others, rights begin (and vice versa). While I do not have the right to limit your free speech by means of slander, libel and intimidation, neither do you have the right to limit my or others free speech in such ways.

    The purpose of this blog is to bring attention to important issues and debate them. This blog also acts as a social gathering area.

    Comments are very welcome, but only when observing the rules of etiquette pertaining to respect for others.

    I believe this moderation policy is forthright, fair, and easy to understand and if someone does not get it or accept it? …then that is just too bad for them. They can go find another blog to troll and spam.

    Thanks and Best Wishes!

    ctlss said 14 minutes ago

    Hello, blabby. Since my post on numbersdude is what precipitated your report, I need to clear up a few things and state what I think happened on that post the other night. When that post went up, no one knew that numbers had decided to take a short hiatus. As people began reading it and commenting, I think their frustration over the recent bannings, and especially the battle between auntiebjw, and LisaInTx, began to surface. There have been a lot of very nasty things said and I think that some assumed that numbers may have been baited into losing his cool. I have seen some of the comments that have been made on the “other” site and I am the one who started using the term “she who must not be named”, not out of contempt, but because after the carnage of my post the other night, it seemed that anyone who mentioned that blog or Voting Female was gone. It was nasty and I was glad that a lot of those comments got deleted. I was also informed that it was suggested by Voting Female that I should keep my mouth shut or I would be next to be added to the itroll list. Now I don’t know about you, but I try very hard not to say anything nasty to, or about, anyone on this site. To hear that I have been advised to keep my mouth shut did not sit well. I was unable to babysit that site the other night, and when I was able to visit, I did ask for restraint, but by that time people were just too upset. As for italco, yes, he did deactivate, but then got an email saying he has been banned, so he will not be back. I am not sure what possessed him to post the list, the link, or to take the balme for getting Voting Female banned, but he did so knowing full well that he would be banned. He stated that very clearly on that post. I particularly do not appreciate having nasty things said about me, that will be on the internet for any one to read, and to me it is cowardly to make those kind of statements and then block the people being talked about from defending themselves. Sorry but that is wrong, and it is a form of cyberbullying. This is my opinion. I am sorry that it was my post that brought all this to a head, but it was bound to happen. This has been brewing for a long time. I am sorry that you blame me, as my only intention was to honor a great reporter, numbersdude. I will not come to your reports anymore, as I wouldn’t want to cause any problems.

  139. rosehips says:

    lisa, it is exactly because women are undervalued that his sister may have had very good info. c’mon, don’t underestimate a sister! she may have known more than anyone else. Imagine you being told your opinion means nothing and you are just wallpaper. imagine???? you’d be hearing all the stuff wallpaper hears and that could be crucial information! I don’t want to keep arguing because I think you are being the devils advocate for the saudis and making excuses why the gov’t shirked BIG time. I sure wish someone else would at least agree that she should have been questioned before returning to saudi arabia.

  140. samiam60 says:

    Urgent News: Pakistan may fall and Taliban closer to getting those Nukes:

  141. rosehips says:

    I’m gonna go find me some real news pardner…but thanks fer the heads up!

  142. ohiobelle says:

    vf, OMG!! Your moderation rocks!!

    Dear blabby,

    Sorry you lost sleep because your husband snores. lol

    A banned cyberbullying former iCry reporter conservative terrorist extremist rightwinger … Ohiobelle!!!

  143. ohiobelle says:

    Sam, the Taliban moved 20 miles in 24 hours. They are now 60 miles and much closer to taking control of Pakistan.

  144. ohiobelle says:

    Blabby, here is my personal favorite.. I am also a constitution hugger…

    I am a banned cyberbullying former iCry reporter conservative terrorist extremist rightwinger constitution hugger… Ohiobelle

  145. ohiobelle says:

    Hey guys.. let’s tell the iCrybabies how great it is to be a part of the “other” post… hahahaha

    IT’S AWESOME!!!!! iCry could never be this much fun!! How are all those lovely sunsets treating you guys…

  146. LisaInTX says:

    As to the loan…I read an Ireport by a disabled vet and he said that he was about to lose his house, because he had lost his job.
    Broke my heart for him.

    I’m not saying this is the same situation for you, or that the loans are bad, but merely stating please be very careful and read the fine print IF you get the chance to refi. Just watching out for you girlfriend. :-}

  147. LisaInTX says:

    I thought Blabbys report was AWESOME!!
    And that she at least, appears to have gotten the messege that many of us have been ranting about. That we CAN discuss the issues and STOP the personal attacks/party affiliations attacks and the TOP on my personal Left insult list, the racial baiting crapola.

  148. LisaInTX says:

    lol@ all those labels…;-}

  149. sosdd says:

    I am going to try to convince helen to come to wordpress. I think she would like it here. She wrote some awesome blogs and I believe she enjoys it. I was afraid to mention her before because I didn’t know if she was on vf’s shit list. She is very bright and she is also worried about what is going on in our country today like the rest of us. If I can convince her to come here I hope you will all embrace her with open arms.

  150. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, I have already gotten over the mortgage deal. I figure I will just enjoy paying for my neighbors to have a nice house. lol

    You nailed it about CNN. They allowed the attacks to happen. I personally never attacked anyone because I choose not to go into post that was baiting the right yet I got banned for no reason therefore now I am an attack dog..

  151. LisaInTX says:

    I think is a good person. She is just being deceived by some that she really thinks she knows well but have hidden identities–like the Auntie. Auntie is NOT a sweet thing from IL….for one thing. And she HAS been practicing law without a license and IS twisting some of the details forthwith. (Not everyday a person can use the word ‘forthwith”–LOL)
    And she IS back dear…and WE KNOW who she is….but if she behaves likes she has been doing, we shall give her a pass…for the now her secret is safe. ;-]

  152. ohiobelle says:

    Are people getting banned on ireports if they mention this site??

  153. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa wrote: Auntie is NOT a sweet thing from IL….for one thing. And she HAS been practicing law without a license and IS twisting some of the details forthwith. (Not everyday a person can use the word ‘forthwith”–LOL)

    I didn’t know you guys had this fight going on for so long. Did she attack you?? She was a mean little bit**.. I couldn’t stand her so I ignored her every chance I could. She came into one of my reports and started to attack so I told her to pick a fight somewhere else.

  154. LisaInTX says:

    I understand your anger. I was upset at first too about being banned, but I soon got over it.
    It hurt my feeling more than anything, because I’ve been attacked for so many month’s and had to deal with those attacks all by MYSELF and to be banned for defending myself really sucked.
    All well, I care not, I still go and read the site reports, but those I knew and followed are pretty much toast now…so who cares…we have our site here and good Conservative Extremist fellowship so who needs the aggravation of the other?;-}

  155. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, I agree with everything you said except I don’t bother reading anything on ireports. I do have a new account but am very careful for now. It’s stopped being fun along time ago.

    I am thinking about allowing ALL the banned reporters post on my site. Maybe we could get issues resolved or maybe we can pick up the fight where we left off. lol
    It would be like iCry without the fear of being banned…

  156. LisaInTX says:

    Auntie became really nasty when I started posting about Baracks birth certificate. She was a real hateful bit of fluff and I called her for facts, which she could NOT provide, only assumptions that he had been vetted. That my friend caused a much heated BATTLE, and one she always failed to prove any facts about. LMAO….

  157. ohiobelle says:

    To be honest I am stunned that the “others” read our comments. I guess they know how it feels to read stories and comments without being able to do so themselves.

  158. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa wrote: She was a real hateful bit of fluff

    OMG LMAO… such hateful words… goodness.. hahaha

  159. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve got to workout now. I don’t want to be blamed for the global crisis we face.. hahah

    I’ll check in later.

  160. LisaInTX says:

    Oh and another thing Auntie must have forgotten, but along time ago, before we crossed swords, she told me she lived in WA state. I knew her ID showed IL, but I kept her ‘slip’ secret til now. So my posting the link to “What constitutes practicing law without a license in IL”…was to address the farce she had committed to those that trusted and believed her sorry butt.

  161. rosehips says:

    I never saw auntie practice unauthorized law but I didn’t visit her posts very often. I had very little exchange with her. I didn’t dislike her and I liked the way she wrote and I enjoyed her humor. She is sharp as a tack and I always respect that.
    As a paralegal, or whatever she is, I believe she can provide legal info but not legal advice. She can’t represent anyone.
    There are no real regs for paralegals, like attorney’s they self regulate and paralegals are bound by honor and depend on their reputations. The guidelines I read regarding posting things online is that it is advisable to identify yourself whenever you post on the web and also include what state you reside in. But that is not the law, so it’s not mandatory. When I saw that it is expected for me to id myself whenever I blog, I was like “whoa, I can’t do that”….

  162. sosdd says:

    Lisa , I used to come to your posts and help you out when you were attacked. I always hated it when somone would get ganged up on. Now for me I enjoyed when I got ganged up on, My only problem was that I couldn’t get the typing out fast enough to cover my instant rebuttals. LOL!

  163. rosehips says:

    and not only id yourself, but disclose that you are not authorized to practice law.

  164. LisaInTX says:

    I enjoyed Auntie’s wit too, before she started threatening to “sue” me for saying she was behaving like a Totalitarian…LMAO…that was TOO funny.
    AuntieTheLipBiter v LisaInTX hahahaaaa

  165. sosdd says:

    When I first started with ireports I knew exactly why I was banned. The last time I was banned I couldn’t tell you why .I didn’t attack anyone, I didn’t use any racial slurs or racial comments or anything else. The only thing I can’t think of is my slamming obama must of got me banned and that’s it. I was kind of surprised.

  166. LisaInTX says:

    I remember the help you gave me on MANY occasions and I appreciated the humor you also brought. :-}
    Thank you my friend.
    You Made My Day!!

  167. LisaInTX says:

    I really thought Helen was Dirty Harry..LOL

  168. VotingFemale says:

    I have a lot of respect for Helen… and well remember her. She is welcome.

    sosdd says
    I am going to try to convince helen to come to wordpress. I think she would like it here. She wrote some awesome blogs and I believe she enjoys it. I was afraid to mention her before because I didn’t know if she was on vf’s shit list. She is very bright and she is also worried about what is going on in our country today like the rest of us. If I can convince her to come here I hope you will all embrace her with open arms.

  169. sosdd says:

    Lisa, I was dirty harry! remember. I would always end with “make my day!!! “LOL!

  170. There are a lot of military that do not want to take orders from a liar and a cheat pretending to be who he says he is. Gosh, he makes me sick. He is diabolical.

  171. anavslp says:

    hey votingfemale
    this is anav from ireport. Im gonna be cancelling ireport cause theres way too much drama but can you help me out on this network? It looks really hard to figure out.
    can you send me a message?
    God Bless You

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