Tuesday, June 29, 2010


As I viewed the opening session of the Senate inquiry, or should I call it inquisition, of Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan yesterday, a question came to mind, “If the United States Senate can investigate, with total access to all the papers and writings of Elena Kagan, why do the American people not have similar access to the writings and papers of Barack Hussein Obama as well as the all-knowing Michelle Obama?

The last I heard, all of the documents from the years that Obama studied at Occidental, Columbia and Harvard are unavailable. Papers of a similar nature authored by Michelle Obama at Princeton University are sealed or embargoed. I think it is fair to ask, “Why?”

It seems to your Commander that President and First Lady Obama in many ways are clearly in a position to render decisions that impact not only the day to day lives of every single living American citizen, but the future of our children and grandchildren. In some cases their actions have even equal or greater significance to that of a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Where is equal treatment under the laws of our land?

It is politics, as always, and it stinks to high heaven.


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