Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Obama in Iraq Scandal Continues to Grow: When Will The Investigation Begin?

The Obama Camp Confirms Treason and Logan Act Violations

Cross posted from Snooper's Take Our Country Back


Wednesday, September 17, 2008

In a previous post entitled, I'll Take "What Is Treason" For The Presidency Alex, located here, I brought to your attention Czarbie's duplicity and complicity in undermining a sitting United States President, General David Petraeus and our Troops. This is just one more incident and example in a long list of treasonous activity perpetrated by Democrat Party Leadership in their quest for dominance, power and control - at any cost. Yet, this isn't the end of the story.In another post entitled, Democrats Want Economy To Tank, located here, I brought to your attention another example of the hideous and double standard ways and means of the Leftinistra within our own government. Again, this isn't the end of the story.As more and more data becomes exposed and more prominent writers than I begin revealing the treasonous and treacherous activities of one Barack Hussein Insane Obama, we begin to see the inner workings of Czarbie's handlers, mainly George Soros.

Roger Guy at 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, Czarbie. Czarbie says that he also puts country first but no one really knows what he means or which one.

Weasel Zippers brings us the McCain Campaign response to Czarbie'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 Czarbie 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 Czarbie 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 my original piece, I placed a quote from the New York Post 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 Czarbie 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 Snooper 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 cracker 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.

Others blogging: Wizbang - Yid With Lid - Confederate Yankee - Redstate - American Power - Power Line - drillanwr (PD) - PJM - VFF's Pete Hegseth - Tanker Brothers - Perri Nelson - Macsmind - Ironic Surrealism - STACLU - Mr Pink Eyes - TAB - AP -Witness troll blathering at Memeorandum here...and here...

And the story keeps getting deeper and deeper: PD dot com:
The Obama campaign spent more than five hours on Monday attempting to figure out the best refutation of the explosive New York Post report that quoted Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari as saying that Barack Obama during his July visit to Baghdad demanded that Iraq not negotiate with the Bush Administration on the withdrawal of American troops. Instead, he asked that they delay such negotiations until after the presidential handover at the end of January.

The three problems, according to campaign sources: The report was true, there were at least three other people in the room with Obama and Zebari to confirm the conversation, and there was concern that there were enough aggressive reporters based in Baghdad with the sources to confirm the conversation that to deny the comments would create a bigger problem.Instead, Obama’s national security spokeswoman Wendy Morigi told reporters that Obama told the Iraqis that they should not rush through what she termed a “Strategic Framework Agreement” governing the future of U.S. forces until after President Bush left office. In other words, the Iraqis should not negotiate an American troop withdrawal.

According to a Senate staffer working for Sen. Joseph Biden, Biden himself got involved in the shaping of the statement. “The whole reason he’s on the ticket is the foreign policy insight,” explained the staffer. [END]So, now, Joe Biden is involved in trying to cover up and explain away a clear Logan Act violation. Sweet.S

more at Memeorandum...

Move America Forward has released this video just for Czarbie.

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A note from Radarsite: The American people have spoken. This story will not be buried. This is just the beginning. We will not allow our government, or our troops to be undermined for Barack Obama's personal political gain. This will not stand. We will not let up. We do want justice. - rg


  1. If there were no "minutes" or notes taken at this meeting, Obama would probably have done nothing with this story. Who are the witnesses, probably not friends of his?


  2. Put forward the evidence and
    indict his ass.
    What Obama supposedly did is a criminal offense.

  3. He needs to be prosecuted, this socialist scumbug, he wants us to surrender our nation to the worldwide Caliphate which his friends in Iran want to establish...

  4. Horrible, horrible, and this, and certainly many other ugly, still unknown, machinations were the side activity of the Hope'n Change candidate during his brilliant trip abroad! No wonder that Vladimir Putin, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez and Evo Morales love Obama and enthusiastically await to do business with him!

    And this story also confirms so many people's dark suspicions about this man, Obama - rank, cynical ambition, wanton, complete disregard for this nation's legitime interests, and willingness to destroy anything, anything in order to satisfy his vanity.
    It is understandable for a politician to change his/her position regarding a foreign affairs situation if that situation indeed, materially changes. Yet to deliberately try to orchestrate self-serving changes in such an important, and tragic situation like the Iraq war in order to fulfill your ambitions home, is beyond the worst normal people can expect from a politician - Obama went beyond a slimy weasel and now is full fledged traitor.
    Obama's act is sheer sedition - and we reached the point where liberals are knowingly supporting a man with so many and deep character flaws as a fit for the US presidency.
    Oh tempora, oh mores! No wonder that for the NY Times gen. Petraeus is a traitor and Obama is the glowing savior.

  5. There won't be an investigation. Not only does the Dem controlled Congress protect their own, they are too busy looking at the hindquarters of every flea to find dirt on President Bush.

    For anonymmous, Obama inadvertenly admitted to undermining the president back in June when he said at a press conference that he argued for holding off on negotiations until after the elections.

    ABC reported it back then and now, ignores it.

  6. Please contact your Senators and Representatives in the Congress and demand that they investigate this heinous act of Barack Obama's. Who does he think he is already? The president by default? All Americans need to know that this is a very serious breach of US policy and law and prosecute his uppityness to the fullest extent of the law.

  7. I don't understand.

    I don't understand why no one is holding Sen. Obama accountable.

    My brother has been in Iraq for 17 months. 17 months he hasn't seen his 2 little girls, his wife, or any of the rest of us (his family). And no one cares that Sen Obama decided to use my brother and others like him in Iraq for some kind of political game. No one gives a damn.

    I don't understand how supporters of Sen Obama who have family or friends in the military are choosing to brush this off.

  8. And this is the man so many want to run our country? Imagine what bargain he will make with our enemies to further his career while neglecting to take into account the lives of millions. He's a menace and a nightmare to our country.

  9. Thank you all for your sincere anger.
    And to Kathie, a special thank you.
    Please see my newest article:

    I hope you approve.

  10. The warmonger for personal gain. He should be held accountable for acting behing the back of the Government. Irresponsibility.


  11. And this too for Kathie --

  12. Thank you so much. It helps to see that people actually DO care about this.

    I debated on e mailing my brother to let him know whats going on, but have decided not to. I don't even know how to tell him that most of America, the media, nor the government really care that much. How could I ever explain something like that??

  13. Thanks Kathie. Your decision is probably the right one,unfortunately.
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to your brother and you and your family.
    You just might be surprised at how many people care about your brother.
    Your comment just went right to my heart.
    It's a pleasure meeting you.
    Roger G.

  14. I don't think most of America doesn't care... I think the ones who don't care are the ones with the biggest mouths. They run around yelling things as if they speak for the majority... from what I've come across, they don't.

    Most Americans don't want to be at war... but we don't protest it either. Those of us who understand that we must destroy terrorists don't want to be at war... but we don't protest it. Those of us who care for the men and women who are fighting for our freedoms don't want to be at war... but we don't protest it. And when my son who is now 17 goes from the National Guard to the Army and is called to duty, I will not want him to be at war... but I will not protest it.

    That, to me, is ONE of the biggest differences between Americans who do not want to be at war. Some understand we must fight even if we don't want to in order to keep our freedoms... others think we're horrible for standing up for ourselves and think, blindly, that we can negotiate with terrorists so they toss up picket signs stating that America is the bad guy. Sorry... I'm not buying it!

    I do not wish to be at war and I do not want to send my son into battle... but I will not protest it BECAUSE I UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE of keeping this animals out of our country. We abolished slavery and gave women equal rights and now, everyone has the right to live their life as they see fit; no matter who they are. If we allow these terrorists to take over our country... there will be no such thing as equal rights and we can all say goodbye to freedom.

    They have us so torn up inside our own country that we're fighting each other to keep these rights and yet we seem blind to the fact there is a greater force out there that wants to take ALL OF OUR RIGHTS AWAY!!

    I am thankful that your brother fights for my freedoms and I am proud of my own son’s decisions to do the same.

  15. To Kathie --re: Whether people really care.
    As of now "Distraught Sister" is the most popular article on Radarsite, nearly double the number of readers of the second most popular, which is this one.

  16. I'm so thoroughly disgusted with Obama I can't see straight. This truly is an all-time low.

    Can WE, the average citizen, bring some sort of legal action against Obama for this kind of conduct? Are there any attorneys on this site who could guide us? I'd be more than willing to sign my name to the dotted line. Anyone else?

    btw, if you don't mind, I'd like to start cross-posting these articles regarding Obama's conduct in Iraq. We've got to make this stink smell in everyone's nose. This is not a partisan thing... It's an American thing.