The Obama Conspiracy

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Soros (blue shirt) at his Obama fund-raiser.
 

      

 


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Prologue

In the spring of 2004, Barack Obama began his run for an open seat in the U.S. Senate, and on March 16, 2004, Jack Ryan won the GOP primary.

Barack Obama began his campaign by having his backers email reporters about alleged controversies in Jack Ryan's divorce and custody records.  The Chicago Tribune newspaper and WLS-TV, the local ABC affiliate, agitated and then sued to have Ryan's "sealed" court records released.  It was unprecedented in American politics for a newspaper to sue for access to "sealed" court documents.

On March 29, 2004, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Schnider, a Berkeley-educated jurist, who was appointed by Democratic governor "Gray" Davis, ruled that several of the Ryans' divorce records should be opened to the public. 


In June 2004, George Soros announced that he would support Barack Obama.  Soros threw a big fund-raiser at his New York home for Obamaís Illinois Senate campaign.  Soros and family personally chipped in $60,000.

On July 29, 2004, Ryan's "sealed" records were released, and the embarrassed and politically damaged Ryan officially filed the documentation to withdraw from the senate race.  He was replaced on the GOP ticket by Ambassador Alan Keyes.

In August, 2004, Obama delivered his now-famous DNC Convention speech.  (video)


In the fall, responding to questions about his intent to serve out the six year senate term, Obama said in a video that has since disappeared from the Internet:
    

"I think I've been very clear.  Ah-ah-mumble-mumble, there's a presidential election in four years.  I'm not running for president in four years."

    
After his election to the U.S. Senate, during a meeting with reporters at his Illinois campaign headquarters, he ridiculed as "a silly question" whether he would run for president or vice president before his term ends in 2011.  "Iíve never worked in Washington," he said.  "I can unequivocally say I will not be running for national office in four years, and my entire focus is making sure that Iím the best possible senator on behalf of the people of Illinois."

One has to appreciate the irony.  Barack Obama, who has his entire life sealed from the American People, won his first national office by having his opponents "sealed" records released to the public.
 

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