Wednesday, October 29, 2008

$150,000 reward for L.A.Times Obama Tape

L.A. Times Special Edition available through Nov. 4 only!

I'm going to come clean and reveal that back during the Jeremiah Wright scandal, I sincerely believed Obama was simply caught fudging his "church-goin' man" credentials. That he didn't really know about Trinity United's self-described(!) Marxism and pro-Hamas activities at all because he really wasn't there that much. Now I'm beginning to seriously fear his willingness to back off Iran is motivated by something other than liberal naivete entirely.

Help me out here, L.A. Times.

The tape of Obama and Rashid Khalidi is real. The Times admits it. They're simply refusing to let anyone know what's on it.

And since releasing the tape would also prove what isn't on it -- including, say, non-8-year-old Barack Obama yucking it up with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dorhn over cocktails -- we can only conclude it's all pretty damning.

Dune Capital is offering $150,000 to anyone with a bootleg copy.

Here's hoping ACORN has been deployed to the bowels of the L.A. Times to stand guard over the original. I hear those people would sell their (dead) grandmother(s' birth certificates) for a quick buck.

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