January 11, 2008, - 12:41 pm

The “Ethical” Barry Hussein Obama & His Arab Skid-Greasers

By Debbie Schlussel
If you’re like most sane Americans, you don’t get your news from “Good Morning America,” where producer Mabel Chan doesn’t know what “the Mob” is and where they see “Islamophobia” around every corner.
But, if you watched it this morning, you saw this nice little report (watch video here) by ABC News investigative reporter Brian Ross about the long-talked about illicit relationship between Arab-American indictee Antoine “Tony” Rezko and Barack Hussein Obama. The “ethical” Senator, who accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars from Rezko and engaged in a sneaky multi-million dollar deal for his home with Rezko’s wife, is now lying about it, according to ABC and other news reports. Rezko is under federal indictment along with his friend Ali Ata, a member of the “Religion of Peace.”


Not in the report, but known to me and many others, even though Barry Hussein Obama protests loudly that he has always been against the Iraq war, he tried to finagle a deal for skid-greaser Rezko to build nuclear power plants in the new Iraq.
Yet, with all of this, Obama has made his Senate career about “ethics” and says there will be no lobbyists in his White House. Mmm-hmmm.
It all has echoes of the Clintons and how they said theirs would be the “most ethical” administration in White House history.
Why is it that those who proclaim to be the “most” ethical are always the least?

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4 Responses

Corruption is inevitable in politics and big business — anywhere that people have access to and control over large amounts of other people’s money.
I assume that everyone in high positions of power has engaged in activity that I would consider dishonest, unethical, or illegal.
The real question is whether they employ their corruption, and use their power, for basically good ends or bad ends. Not all corruption is equal. And not all corrupt people are equally bad.
I’ll take Giuliani over Hillary or Obama any day.

RepublicanPatriot on January 11, 2008 at 3:18 pm

How about the Pritzker Family,heads of the Hyatt Hotel franchise, who have also donated to him?

OldSchoolW on January 11, 2008 at 11:26 pm

It is very sad that we have come to this. If Obama does manage to get in, I see nothing but the race card being incessantly played after each of his more spectacular failures. I suspect that the damage done during his tenure will be great.

Worry01 on January 12, 2008 at 12:18 am

Just his affiliation with the “richest woman in America” alose should have some aromatic qualities to it that make you cover your nose. How much is he gonna owe the big “O” if and when he took office, and to what ends??

Mistress_Dee on January 14, 2008 at 11:07 am

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