September 5, 2008
Why did a Muslim radical named Dr. Khalid al Mansour finance Barack Obama's education?Topics: Political News and commentaries
In a previous post we noted that this guy Barack Hussein Obama has more skeletons in the closet than a house of horrors, and spoke of a radical Muslim named Khalid Al-Mansour that helped Barack Obama gain acceptance into Harvard Law. However, if you think that Barack Hussein Obama financed his education like most people do - with student loans, you're wrong. Obama used his community organizing ties to raise funds to finance his expensive legal education and had a "good fairy" (no not the kind you're thinking, the money kind) to help him do it. One can't help but wonder if there was a sinister agenda behind the help. Judith A. Klinghoffer explains at Political Mavens:
I have always assumed that Barack Hussein Obama paid for his law school in the manner most students do, by taking out loans. Not so, reports Kenneth R. Timmerman. In his autobiography he describes the qualms he had about leaving "his people" to go to Harvard and better himself. Apparently he did more than that. He used his community organizing ties to raise funds to finance his expensive legal education. His good fairy was a Muslim radical named Dr. Khalid al Mansour. A lawyer with close ties to Saudi princes. As they were not sure Obama can get in on his own merits, Mansour got Percy Sutton to write letters to all his Harvard buddies.More ...
In other words, he financed his education in the same manner he financed his house, with a little help from his unsavory friends who also happened to be Muslims.
But why are they so "helpful?" Is he groomed for something very "special?"
Our take home message here is a two-fold question: What does this say about Barack Obama's character and judgment, and what, if anything, does Obama having so many Muslim connections in his life have to do with his "first and foremost" allegiance to the United States of America? As Grant Swank points out at American Conservative Daily, Barack Obama wrote in his book, "Audacity of Hope":
"In the wake of 9/11, my meetings with Arab and Pakistani Americans ... have a more urgent quality, for the stories of detentions and FBI questioning and hard stares from neighbors have shaken their sense of security and belonging," he laments. "I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."And we can be absolutely sure that whoever is in the White House, "something "ugly" will occur to offend the nation's "Arab and Pakistani Americans"--in other words, Muslims" - and whose side will Obama then take?
Meanwhile, the media ignore this story and all the other important questions about Obama's radical associations and shady past, and spend their time attacking Sarah Palin's 17 year old daughter.
Posted by Richard at September 5, 2008 11:28 AM
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