Friday, October 26, 2007

Is convicted felon tied to Obama's call for Blackwater probe?

It's well established that a trial lawyer, who plans to make millions of dollars suing Blackwater, is the instigator of Congressman Henry Waxman's hearings in the House.

So who instigated Senator Barack Hussein Obama's call for Senate hearings to beat up the company that protects our diplomats in Iraq?

Might it be his campaign supporter, convicted felon Robert Creamer? Creamer is the husband of Rep. Jan Schakowsky, the anti-Blackwater activist. He worked for the Barack Obama presidential campaign to train young political activists after serving time in federal prison for bank fraud and tax evasion.

Is it a pure coincidence, then, that Obama is the first US senator to call for a Senate investigation of the Blackwater guys who protect our diplomats in Iraq? Could Obama's call for an inquiry be motivated by a convicted felon?

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