Grant Swank
B. Hussein blurs bailout recipients
By Grant Swank
January 30, 2009's Mark Pittman and Alison Fitzgerald report that the touted "transparent" B. Hussein Obama is not that at all.

Instead, he keeps frustrating those who inquire about moneys. B. Hussein balks. His henchmen balk. So it goes with the new openness of the Oval Office.

The total on US government guarantees on securities is $419 billion for bank bailouts. It's the right of the US public to know what's going on regarding the bailout recipients specifics. Bloomberg reports that there's difficulty in that department.

This "provides an early test of President Barack Obama's pledge to be open with taxpayers about what they have at risk in the credit crisis."

Don't count on the clear vision through the White House windows. The shades are drawn. That's intentional.

Did not the voters know that when we could not get from B. Hussein the actual birth certificate that there was a persona behind all that who was not genuine?

Did not the voters know that when B. Hussein hid his Muslim ties with Nation of Islam and Kenyan Muslim extremist politician that there was something wrong with the candidate?

Did not the voters know that when B. Hussein claimed to be "Christian" while desecrating biblical ethics that this soul is not morally bound?

Did not the voters know that when B. Hussein hatches womb babies that cutting through the Republic is just another slash and dash?

"Bloomberg News asked the Treasury Department Jan. 26 to disclose what securities it backed over the past two months in a second round of actions to prop up Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc.

"Department spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter said Jan. 27 she would seek an answer. None had been provided by the close of business yesterday."

None. That's right. None.

This is going to be the modus operandi of B. Hussein as it has been since he stepped political foot in his Illinois district. That kind of modus operandi has been moving right along all the way through the cultic brainwashing of Jeremiah Wright to the front door of his Pennsylvania Avenue residence.

"As Congress debates an $875 billion economic stimulus bill, the guarantees represent a less publicized commitment. The public's stake has grown along with assurances tying the Treasury to the fate of corporate loans and securities backed by home mortgages, car loans and credit card debt.

"'Guarantees are only meaningful if there's a real chance that someone will have to pay out for them,' said Representative Alan Grayson, a Florida Democrat and a member of the House Financial Services committee that is reviewing the bailouts. 'The conception that guarantees cost nothing is a misconception.'"

How long will it take for America's grassroots to realize that its mob hysteria and bowing and scraping before celebrity without experience and integrity that has now got the country in hot water?

When will evangelicals who voted for the mask Muslim B. Hussein own up to the fact that they were duped with southern gospel concerts and his quoting Scripture in speeches?

When will Catholics understand that to fly in the face of their own religious convictions concerning abortion for the sake of B. Hussein is to fly in the face of God's Word? goes on: "Obama promised a new era of government openness as he took office last week, issuing a statement telling agencies 'to adopt a presumption in favor of disclosure' in responding to requests under the Freedom of Information Act.

"Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Lawrence Summers, head of the National Economic Council, said they would emphasize accountability and transparency in using the second half of a $700 billion bank bailout fund."

Don't hold your breath, America.

Read "Obama Records Pledge Tested By Citigroup Guarantees (Update1)" at

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Grant Swank

Joseph Grant Swank, Jr., is a pastor at New Hope Church in Windham, Maine... (more)

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