Skip to comments.If Newt’s Divorce is Fair Game, So is Obama’s Cocaine Use
Posted on 01/24/2012 12:15:28 PM PST by tcrlaf
CNNs John King was correct to bring up Newt Gingrichs divorce and his ex-wifes comments about open marriage. Discussions of the candidates personal life are fair game to allow the public to fully understand the character of those that want to run in this next Presidential election.
But Barack Obamas prior Cocaine use MUST also be viewed as fair game for press inquiries, and the press should begin probing now. The public has not had this character flaw fully vetted due to the Main Stream Media fawning over Obama in the last election cycle. It is now time to have the press ask the following questions of Barack Obama so voters can fully understand this candidates background and character.
- When was the last time Obama used cocaine and over what span of time did he use this illegal drug?
- How often did he use it.
- Did he purchase it or sell it and thereby commit a felony?
- What other illegal substances has he used, when, and for what span of time? When was the last time?
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Of course, I'd love to see them ask the same kind of questions about President Down-Low's alleged homosexuality.
To even ask the question is racist (remember the ‘t’ is silent).
Heck, doesn’t he admit that he used coke in his Bill Ayers written book?
Newt should take a copy of his book to the next debate and when they question him about his marrige he shoudl ask the moderator, “So is it fair game to ask me about my marrige”?
If the Moderator says “yes”.
Pull out the book and let loose the dogs of war with a quote directly from it.
Even if the crowd were told not to applause I think it would break out into a thunderous applause.
Let’s ask about The Kenyan’s homosexual lovers; his forged birth certificate; his multiple SS#’s; his Muslim faith; his ties to Bill Ayers; and what/when did he know about Fast & Furious?
Or Larry, et al.
If Larry Sinclair wrote a book about a gay encounter with the leading Republican presidential candidate, the liberal main stream media would lead with that story 24/7.
When they say the GOP candidate may have some skeletons, my first question was how about the POS who is in the White House? That guy has more skeletons in his closet than a cemetary.
I keep hearing, gee, if we nominate Newt, we will drive away some of the moderates. To what? They going to vote for His Majesty or just not vote. Consider we keep hearing His Excellency is bleeding democrap votes...probably won’t vote for Newt but may just not vote. Sounds to me like it is a cancel out. The right needs a great turnout to a moderate one for the dems and the rest will be history.
Based on the body language last night on the stage, I wonder if Newt and Paul have something cooked up for them together? Paul would definitely pull some libratarian votes from the young to Newt away from the would be Tiger Woods. Also, Paul as much as said he will not run as a third party candidate last night, while not ruling it out entirely, he did say he was not so inclined.
Did Obama make EVIL PROFITS in the process of selling Cocaine to college kids??
An inquiring media wants to know!!
How much did he pay for the cocaine? Did he buy “eighths” of 3.5 grams and sell grams and half grams. How much did he pay for the eights? How much did he sell the grams for? Did he dilute the cocaine? What did he use to cut the cocaine with? Baby laxative? Who were his cocaine associates? What types of criminal records do they have? Mmmmmmm? Maybe Herman Cain should start asking these questions. Cain has experience with investigative reporting.
Obama is the most vulnerable incumbent ever in history to hold office facing a 2nd term election.
....and Larry Flynt will NEVER pick up that courtesy phone....Unless it is a Republican, I think Mr. Flynt is "hands off". Here's a start on GOOGLE.
And what about he Schlong Smoking? Is that not fair game either?
Totally agree. Which is why we need someone who will fight him every inch of the way.
I was wondering how long this would take to come up.
Actually, what I believe he said was something to the effect of: ask me about it on the campaign trail -- if the people want to know about it, I'll answer the questions (though to be honest, I've already addressed all of this in the past anyway). It is, however, out-of-place and irresponsible in a formal debate to be discussing matters that affect only a single candidate.
I.e., question is fair game, the forum was not the appropriate place for it.
They drew first blood in this one. Ergo, EVERYTHING about obama is fair game.