Skip to comments.Lauria allegations of threats corroborated
Posted on 05/05/2009 11:42:03 AM PDT by RobinMasters
Business Insider reports that more than one Chrysler senior creditor has corroborated Thomas Laurias allegation that the Obama administration threatened them with public attacks if they didnt surrender their contractual rights. One of their sources says that the Obama team comprises some of the worst ends justify the means people hes ever encountered (via HA reader Geoff A):
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ping your lists
Chicago mob politicians.
The list, ping
Have we had enough yet?
.....Chicago mob politicians.....
Maybe they’ll all end up in jail for income tax evasion
This sounds like an indictable or impeachable offense.
1. A political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for acentralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
2: a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control
I called my senators and representative today and told them I want to see Congress investigate this issue. They said they had gotten alot of calls to that effect. If we keep up the pressure, they’ll call a hearing about it.
Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton live !
A poverty pimp in the White House
Chicago style thugocracy at work!
Be Ever Vigilant!
What should we call this????? Oboma bringing Chicago politics to D.C.. What a surprise. Will the drive-by media look at this the same way they thought Nixon was strong arming?
I’m for the latter...
Obama, the Kenyan Godfather!!!
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Any thoughts on just how ignored by the MSM this story will continue to be? It doesn't matter if fifty people step forward to corroborate the threats. They weren't threats, after all. What's done has been done for the greater good.
I’m for the former.
I followed your lead and called my senators and representative as well. Unfortunately, being represented by Arlen Specter and Bob Casey doesn't do much good on this front, and Representative Schwartz's staffer was completely clueless. I tried to educate him a bit, since he was a pleasant man. I compared it to losing his house in foreclosure and having it given to the gardener rather than the bank holding the note. He promised to pass along my request for an investigation. It was the first call he knew of.
Since my own elected reps seemed so useless, I also called Senator DeMint's office to request an investigation and to thank him for supporting Pat Toomey. It made me feel a little better . . .
Thanks for the ping... I spread this around some more.