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Op-Ed: The Obama Camp Confirms Treason and Logan Act Violations

By Mark L Harvey     Sep 17, 2008 in Politics
As more and more data becomes exposed and more prominent writers than I begin revealing the treasonous and treacherous activities of one Barack Obama, we begin to see the inner workings of Obama's handlers, mainly George Soros.
Radarsite brings us a list - a growing list - of fellow Enemies of The State and their consortium of those that would subvert America's founding. That piece is entitled, Obama's Endorsements From Our Enemies. IBD Editorials brings us Obama's Double-Dealing Diplomacy that will create an atmosphere of more harm to our Troops all in the name of political gain. As I and many others have so stated, this should be the Scandal of the Century as WUA so stipulates but we will not hold our breathe on that one, shall we? From IBD:
[...] Neither of these claims, often repeated by leftist historians, has ever been proven. But the statement of Iraq's foreign minister, speaking to a leading writer on foreign policy, is considerably stronger as evidence. It signals that Obama places politics over the national interest to the extent that he would work against his own public positions to gull voters into electing him.
It's the absolute opposite of John McCain's courageous position supporting the surge in Iraq, even as politicos were warning him he'd lose the election for it. "I'd rather lose an election than lose a war," McCain said.
With Obama's promises to sit down with dictators in Venezuela, Cuba, Syria and Iran, voters have a right to ask if he's made any deals at odds with his public condemnations of them, too. Before he starts acting like president, he needs to come clean to voters and reveal his true positions. Whatever they are, voters have a right to know. [END]
Yes. Country First, Obama. Obama says that he also puts country first but no one really knows what he means by that and for that matter, which one. He may be a little confused.
Weasel Zippers brings us the McCain Campaign response to Obama's treachery which can be followed here:
At this point, it is not yet clear what official American negotiations Senator Obama tried to undermine with Iraqi leaders, but the possibility of such actions is unprecedented. It should be concerning to all that he reportedly urged that the democratically-elected Iraqi government listen to him rather than the US administration in power. If news reports are accurate, this is an egregious act of political interference by a presidential candidate seeking political advantage overseas. Senator Obama needs to reveal what he said to Iraq's Foreign Minister during their closed door meeting. The charge that he sought to delay the withdrawal of Americans from Iraq raises serious questions about Senator Obama's judgment and it demands an explanation.
Exactly so. When will the investigations begin? When will a Special Prosecutor be appointed? When will the Logan Act finally be enforced? Not only does Obama need to "explain" what he said, he needs to pony up to the bar, be a man and admit his blatant Logan Act violation and remove himself from any and all political office holding anywhere within the United States and her territories and possessions. Period. Perhaps he would be more at home in a socialist environment in which he feels is the best for mankind.
We already know and have seen and witnessed the Obama Camp admit to the Logan Act violation in the process of trying to refute the allegations. Hot Air has a blurb on this but the story keeps growing and growing. Let's take a look shall we?
In the original piece, the quote from the New York Post is as follows:
WHILE campaigning in public for a speedy withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, Sen. Barack Obama has tried in private to persuade Iraqi leaders to delay an agreement on a draw-down of the American military presence.
According to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Obama made his demand for delay a key theme of his discussions with Iraqi leaders in Baghdad in July.
"He asked why we were not prepared to delay an agreement until after the US elections and the formation of a new administration in Washington," Zebari said in an interview.
Obama insisted that Congress should be involved in negotiations on the status of US troops - and that it was in the interests of both sides not to have an agreement negotiated by the Bush administration in its "state of weakness and political confusion." [...]
Next we have the failed rebuttal which is actually a confirmation that Obama did in fact have these "chats" on his world tour of Look At Me I Am The One.
[...] Obama’s national security spokeswoman Wendy Morigi said Taheri’s article bore “as much resemblance to the truth as a McCain campaign commercial.”
In fact, Obama had told the Iraqis that they should not rush through a “Strategic Framework Agreement” governing the future of US forces until after President George W. Bush leaves office, she said. [...]
I see no difference between the two quotes whatsoever. None. No daylight between them. They are composed with different verbiage but the intent and message is the same. I will provide a personal paraphrase for you and, yes, you can quote me if you so desire:
I am The One and I will be The One that you will have to deal with in February and I need, no, I demand that you ignore that Bush guy and listen up. Leave these idiot jerks with guns in your country until I get into office so that I can claim the victory and bring the Troops home. You guys REALLY screwed up by getting all of these benchmarks accomplished and it really pisses me off. So, do not agree to anything the current President has to say about anything. OK? Are we clear?"
And that about sums it all up right there as far as I am concerned. Newsbusters asks a really silly question but, to be fair, it has to be asked: Why Is Media Ignoring Accusations Obama Interfered With Iraq Withdrawal Negotiations? You can read that one right here. It really is a silly question though, isn't it? We already know the answer as we are thinking about asking it, don't we? Don't we? The piece ends thusly:
[...] This is a new low for Senator Obama. The Senate should investigate this as a violation of the Constitution and seperation of powers, but don’t expect them to. The media should be all over this, but you will hear as least as possible about this from them. [END]
Unless some in DC and within Law Enforcement actually grows some spine, this action and others like it will go unaddressable to the nation's peril. Some enemies within will claim Free Speech and disregard the consequences thereof.
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of DigitalJournal.com
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