Skip to comments.Bombshell: Obama.com Owned by Bundler in Shanghai with Business Ties to Chinese Government
Posted on 10/08/2012 5:56:50 AM PDT by Perdogg
In an explosive report set to send shockwaves through official Washington, the Government Accountability Institute (GAI) released a 108-page GAI investigation into the threat of foreign and fraudulent Internet campaign donations in U.S. federal elections
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owned by “Acorn International”. What an interesting name for a company.”””
What are there.....something like 11 million words in the English language & this is the word they use?
NOT a coincidence...
Could have a worn disconnector!
Non literal translation from mob Italian : ya got nothin. Other uses and trans can be found googleing stugots. From questo cazzo. Most other uses refer to genitalia.
With the help of Rush, Sean, Mark, Drudge more will learn of it.
Late to the thread so this may have been mentioned...the Friends on Fox did a segment on this topic this morning.
If I understand correctly, the reason why this is different from 2008 is the extent of the Bambi bundlers’ social-media penetration into foreign sites & blogs. And if foreign bloggers bragged about actually being able to make contributions, that’s pretty big.
What makes you think so? Isn’t this the same old tripe we’ve seen associated with Clinton and Obama all along - foreign influence, the Riadys, etc. etc.
FReepers care, but no one else.
I would love to be wrong, but I feel as if I have heard all this before - and it has never had a negative impact on Democrats.
A lot of the UC and Haaahvaahd contributions may have been kickbacks from the “green-energy” stimulus grants. (Speculation, but it’s nothing compared to the Donkeys’ baseless accusations of Mitt being a felon.)
I believe he meant ‘slogans’.
“Romney doesnt have the nuts to use it.”
He’s nuts if he doesn’t. And I believe he will in the next debate. In the last debate, he didn’t mind connecting 0bama’s $90 billion in “green energy” to his campaign donors. The release of this report was perfectly timed for the foreign policy debate. The fact that our president is being bribed by the Chinese (a long standing Chinese tradition, by the way) is fair game in a foreign policy debate.
And given the source of the report, it’s not GOP partisan, and its not tin-foil hat, either.
Just a FWIW factoid:
Back when CA decided that SKS rifles were subject to the state’s AW ban, CA had a website detailing what was banned and how transgressors could submit.
The website was registered & owned by someone in Bejing. I publicized this, and the site suddenly was registered to someone in CA.
Think Moctar Riady.
Rush just mentioned it.
According to the GAI report, 68 percent of all Internet traffic to Obama.com comes from foreign visitors.
disconnector pretty well worn here on FR. Though maybe had my sear selected to auto, he he.
Great! Thank you!
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