"After Obama coasted to victory, he received a suspiciously good deal on the home he bought ï¿½?? around $300,000 less than the asking price ï¿½?? on the very same day that Tony Rezko’s wife bought the vacant lot next door for the full asking price. Shortly thereafter, Obama bought part of that vacant lot from the Rezkos to expand his yard. Hmmm!
Obama recently donated to charity $86,000 from his campaign that was tied directly to Rezko, which he can now afford to do, but it was early money from Rezko that set up his political career. This doesn’t wear well with his squeaky-clean, above-the-political-fray image that he has carved out for himself.
Obama claims he knew nothing about Rezko’s alleged shady background or political deals ï¿½?? but Rezko was well-known in Chicago political circles, so Obama has to be either the dumbest or most naive person on the planet. Either should disqualify him from any consideration for the highest office in our land."
More: “Hull was beating Obama in double digits when, just three weeks before the primary, the Chicago Tribune broke a story that Hull’s wife had filed a restraining order against him in the run-up to their divorce. Meanwhile, Obama was holding a press conference on domestic violence. Those in the know charge that the story was brought to the Tribune by former political writer David Axelrod, who was, and still is, the mastermind behind Obama’s campaigns. Word is that the Tribune’s decision to release this juicy tidbit came down from “on high” and that the timing of that release and Obama’s media event were no coincidence.”