by Cliff Kincaid on July 13, 2010
When 2008 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacked President Obamas new arms treaty with Russia as a dangerous trap, Republican Senator Richard Lugar came to the defense of the Democratic president and attacked Romney as misinformed. But Lugars desperate effort to save Obamas controversial treaty, whose passage has been badly damaged by revelations of Russian spying, doesnt come as much of a surprise. Lugar, one of the leading globalists in the Senate, was a mentor for then-Senator Barack Obama during a controversial three-day visit they made to Russia and Eastern Europe in 2005.
During the visit, Russian authorities detained Obama and Lugar, threatened to search their plane, and examined their passports. Strangely, an official report from Lugars office about the trip ignored the incident...
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Obama faked his:
And then he sealed his records in his very first Executive Order to stop the public from finding out.