Monday, February 8, 2010

A Tale Of Two Crimes

In which one crime is investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by the United States Attorney's Office and the other is not investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and not prosecuted by the United States Attorney's Office. You will discover that Baraka Hussein Obama is involved in both crimes. In one crime his aunt, Zeituni Onyango, illegally contributed $260 to his presidential campaign. Interestingly enough she is allegedly impoverished and on welfare, but she could afford to contribute such a strange and large amount of money for someone so impoverished. Most likely this was another crime as well, as she probably did not declare the source of this income on her welfare claim or she is just the conduit for a contribution of another person, also a crime. In the other crime James O'Keefe, an investigative reporter, was investigating the prostitute Senator Mary Landrieu, who was paid $300 million for her vote on Obamacare.

What separates the crimes is that one was allegedly committed by a white male and the other by a black female. Obviously race, sex, citizenship, and Obama were the primary factors in deciding whether to prosecute or not, as United States Attorney's Offices are free to prosecute or not. The FBI is free to investigate or not. No law says either must prosecute or investigate, respectively. It is a political decision, and, apparently, based on whether one is for or against Obama politically. Leftists complained when Nixon did this, but not when Obama does it or Clinton did it.

Just remember when Janet Reno Napolitano and Eric Holder let rip the dogs of war on law abiding white male Christian Americans in a repeat of Waco writ large.

If you have time, given the United States Attorney Carmen Milagros Ortiz at (617) 748-3100 and ask her why she is not prosecuting Auntie Zeituni and call Special Agent in Charge Warren T. Bamford of the FBI Boston Office at (617) 742-5533 and ask him why he did not assign a Special Agent from the Violent Crimes Squad to investigate Auntie Zeituni.

Inquiring minds want to know why such disparate treatment of two crimes.

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