Obama: $17,375 From Mr. Good Will, $19,500 from Mr. Doodad Pro

Shady Dealings

Shady Dealings

What is Obama hiding? A lot, it appears.

We have no access to his transcripts, medical records, bar exam, some court cases and now there is very strong evidence of campaign finance fraud.

It’s bad enough as a community agitator he worked for ACORN and they’re under investigation for voter fraud in about every key battleground state, but now this. God help us that this is the hope of our country. If he’s elected, there a good chance we’ll be denied civil liberties like free speech, as well.

This entire election is fast becoming a giant circus of fraud and deception. Never in America has a more corrupt man sought the highest office with greater chances of success. 

Now the latest from Newsmax, shady campaign donations. If this is true, it’s illegal and charges need to be filed now, not after the election. RIGHT NOW.

How do you explain your awareness of a phony contributor named Mr. Guess Who from Austin, Texas whose occupation is “Loving” and is working for “You.”

A Newsmax analysis of the 1.4 million individual contributions in the latest master file for the Obama campaign discovered 1,000 separate entries for Mr. Good Will, most of them for $25.

In total, Mr. Good Will gave $17,375.

Following this and subsequent FEC requests, campaign records show that 330 contributions from Mr. Good Will were credited back to a credit card. But the most recent report, filed on Sept. 20, showed a net cumulative balance of $8,950 — still well over the $4,600 limit.

But wait, there’s more! Let me also introduce you to Mr. Good Will’s associate, Mr. Doodad Pro:

Similarly, a donor identified as “Pro, Doodad,” from “Nando, NY,” gave $19,500 in 786 separate donations, most of them for $25. For most of these donations, Mr. Doodad Pro listed his employer as “Loving” and his profession as “You,” just as Good Will had done.

But in some of them, he didn’t even go this far, apparently picking letters at random to fill in the blanks on the credit card donation form. In these cases, he said he was employed by “VCX” and that his profession was “VCVC.”

Following FEC requests, the Obama campaign began refunding money to Doodad Pro in February 2008. In all, about $8,425 was charged back to a credit card. But that still left a net total of $11,165 as of Sept. 20, way over the individual limit of $4,600.

Shocked? I’m not. The man is a total fraud. His whole life is a fraud. No major accomplishments. Only a breadcrumb trail of unethical activity with the major details covered up. It’s difficult to qualify a man for office when the measures by which you judge him are hidden and his decision show a lack of ethical judgment or moral soundness.

Yet, with the campaign donations, it gets worse:

The FEC has compiled a separate database of potentially questionable overseas donations that contains more than 11,500 contributions totaling $33.8 million. More than 520 listed their “state” as “IR,” often an abbreviation for Iran. Another 63 listed it as “UK,” the United Kingdom.

More than 1,400 of the overseas entries clearly were U.S. diplomats or military personnel, who gave an APO address overseas. Their total contributions came to just $201,680.

But others came from places as far afield as Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Beijing, Fallujah, Florence, Italy, and a wide selection of towns and cities in France.

Until recently, the Obama Web site allowed a contributor to select the country where he resided from the entire membership of the United Nations, including such friendly places as North Korea and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Unlike McCain’s or Sen. Hillary Clinton’s online donation pages, the Obama site did not ask for proof of citizenship until just recently. Clinton’s presidential campaign required U.S. citizens living abroad to actually fax a copy of their passport before a donation would be accepted.

I’ll put it in no uncertain terms. Contributions from non U.S. citizens is illegal. It’s time to put some of our tax-funded federal investigators to work.

Be sure to read the entire article for more (not so) shocking details.


One Response

  1. Well, and not to mention that his old “community organization” ACORN stood to receive money from the original bill’s proceeds… I heard one commentator say it was about 20%. Now what the heck were they going to do with all that money? Redistribute it? FInd more imaginary friends to register to vote? Perhaps intimidate more people into doing their bidding?

    I wonder…

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