Republican Mike Huckabee and Hillary Clinton have officially made Barack Obama’s safety a real issue. The possibly of Obama being assassinated has gone from a something unstated to actually being discussed publicly.
I really hope it doesn’t go there.
May 16th Huckabee appeared in front of the National Rifle Association. He said the following after hearing a noise backstage, "That was Barack Obama. He just tripped off a chair. He's getting ready to speak and somebody aimed a gun at him and he -- he dove for the floor."
Neither Obama nor his camp had any comment.
May 23rd Hillary’s stated, "My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right? We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California. I don't understand it."
Obama's camp said, “Sen. Clinton's statement before the Argus Leader editorial board was unfortunate and has no place in this campaign."
Someone is creating an atmosphere that can possibly lead to ending your life and you respond with the statement was “unfortunate?”
Obama had no problems denouncing Rev. Jeremiah Wright for expressing many truths yet goes soft against those who create a climate that can claim his life.
I think Obama is clearly picking the wrong battles.
Once the atmosphere of assassination is set the climate becomes conducive for it to become real. I don’t put anything past the Clinton’s: having Obama handled isn’t beyond the realm of possibility.
July 20, 1993 Vincent Foster, the White House Deputy Council told his secretary, “I’ll be right back.” He never returned. Foster and Hillary worked together at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas: they were allegedly involved in an affair that extended to the White House. An article written by David Brock in 1994 titled, “Living with the Clinton’s” issued the following from a witness at a formal gathering: “He (Foster) came up behind Hillary, and squeezed her rear end with both of his hands. Then he winked and gave me the 'OK' sign.” Brock continues, “Vince put his hand over one of Hillary's breasts and made the same 'OK' sign to me. And she just stood there cooing, 'Oh Vince, Oh Vince.'"
Foster was disenchanted with his position in the White House and decided to resign. He was scheduled to meet with Bill Clinton July 21, 1993. The meeting never took place. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park in a suburb of Virginia. His death was sold as a suicide. Many political insiders believe he was killed.
Foster had too much dirt on the Clinton’s. Last thing Bill wanted was a disgruntled employee who was allegedly was sleeping with his wife going public and destroying his pending legacy.
In 1996 Ron Brown was the Secretary of Commerce. He was the highest ranking African American in politics. He was largely responsible for raising money and helping Bill get elected in 1992.
During his time in the White House Brown and the Clinton’s was securing campaign money illegally. Brown was set up as the fall guy. He was being investigated by Janet Reno regarding his improprieties and the heat was building.
Brown met with Bill Clinton and asked him to call in a favor because if the investigation continued he’d have to turn states evidence.
Less than two weeks after meeting with Clinton Ron Brown mysteriously died in an airplane crash is Bosnia. Evidence supports the Clinton’s had Brown handled and sold it to the masses as an accidental plane crash.
Besides, how can Brown sustain a .45 millimeter hole in his skull on an accidental plane crash?
Why was there was no autopsy done on Brown before he was cremated?
No body, no evidence.
Again, I don’t put anything past the Clinton’s. They’ve cleverly created this unfortunate atmosphere of assassination apparently with cause. The latter helps explain why Hillary is staying in a race she can’t win.
I guess she doesn’t have to win: just stay in line long enough and be patient perhaps?
I hope Obama is safe whether he wins or loses. But if anything happens to Obama I suspect widespread riots and bloodshed.
I just really hope it doesn’t come to that.