Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Most Comprehensive Argument against Barack Obama


Please take a few minutes to click on the link below and read the text and watch the videos. Supurb job by Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham in putting this together. This is "must see" evidence as to why our country will suffer under an Obama regime.

Please read, watch, and forward to your "independent" friends and family!


RedState said...

Anyone who takes a look at this report and the videos would be a fool to vote for Obama. Too bad the Lib Media never looks into this issues and comments made by His Holiness.

Bronxboy said...
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Bronxboy said...

Since Barney Franks and the usual suspects (Raines, Garelick, Johnson, et al) out and out lied the congress about the viability of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae he should be prosecuted under FCPA 78 law which states that he is legally responsible for any information given in an inquiry and ignorance is no excuse or defense for his actions! Please see below;

The Accounting And Record keeping Provisions FCPA 78
The Act’s accounting and record keeping provisions are set out in section 13(b)(2) of the Exchange Act. In pertinent part, they require issuers to “‘make and keep books, records, and accounts, which, in reasonable detail, accurately and fairly reflect the transactions and dispositions of the assets of the issuer.’” Donald R. Cruver, Complying With The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: A Guide For U.S. Firms Doing Business In The International Marketplace 14 (ABA, 2d ed. 1999). The Act’s accounting and record keeping provisions are significantly broader than its anti-bribery provisions since they “extend to all of a company’s business, domestic well as foreign, legitimate as well as corrupt; they are not limited to accounting for corrupt foreign payments.” Mathews, supra, at 312. These provisions are “not limited to material transactions or to those above a specific dollar amount.” Cruver, supra, at 17–18. Nor do these provisions require scienter. But the Act’s “‘in reasonable detail’ phrase substitutes for materiality, and has as its purpose to ‘effectively prevent off-the-books slush funds and payments of bribes’ through the requirement of the establishment and maintenance of a system of recording financial transactions in accordance with accepted accounting and auditing methods.” Mathews, supra, at 349–50 (internal notes omitted, citing H.R. Conf. Rep. No. 95-831, at 10, reprinted in 1977 U.S.C.C.A.N. 4121, 4122). is an independent site and is not affiliated with any official web sites, associations, or organizations associated with President Reagan. Any views expressed or content included on this site do not necessarily reflect the views, positions, or opinions of any of the organizations or individuals named, linked, or advertised.

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