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article imageOp-Ed: Did Obama say 'F*** You' to US Senators?

By Emma Burge     Jul 28, 2012 in Politics
According to yet another recent release from the whistle blower organization Wikileaks, President Barack Obama may have some serious explaining to do.
As the emails obtained from the global intelligence agency Stratfor are slowly released for the public on, we are starting to see some troubling events that reportedly involved President Obama. On February 14, 2009, the vice president of Stratfor sent an email stating that a congressional friend of his informed him of a very shocking event. According to the unnamed congressman, there were two democratic senators who were worried about the volume of the new stimulus. After voicing their concerns, they both received calls from Obama saying “F*** you, I’m the President, sign it.”. The congressional source told Stratfor’s VP Fred Burton that this event “should be leaked very shortly”. Obviously for whatever reason, this instance of vulgarity was not leaked until now.
In the same email, the anonymous source declared that Rahm Emmanuel called Netanyahu and told him that “the Obama Administration wants a coalition govt, which includes Kadema”. The source believed that Emmanuel would soon be removed from his post.
There is also information thrown around regarding Mike Steele’s strategy and his thoughts toward the stimulus plan. However, that information is not very interesting and is not important either. The main questions regarding this release are:
1. Who is this nameless congressman?
2. Did Obama really say that and if so then to whom?
3. Does the Obama Administration really want a coalition government involving Kadima?
Although not likely, hopefully these questions will soon be answered.
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
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