Sunday, April 04, 2010

obowmao: the sham continues

I've seen several posts around the 'net these past few weeks about the manufactured history of the nation's highest flim-flam man.

First, obowmao was NOT a 'constitutional law professor' at the University of Chicago Law School. It appears he was simply an adjunct instructor, not even an assistant professor. An adjunct instructor is one who is not on a tenure track, one who doesn't qualify to be on a track for tenure, mostly because of qualifications. Many of the other faculty members despised him because he was lazy, arrogant, unqualified, didn't attend staff meetings, and it was apparent that the position was nothing other than a political stepping stool. Apparently, a magic call from above caused him to be added to the payroll. Read it here.

Now comes a story (not that recent, actually) of obowmao having a multitude of social security numbers:
All told, there are 49 addresses and 16 different Social Security numbers listed for a person whose name is spelled “Barack Obama.” In some cases, the middle initial “H” is listed. If you were to expand the search to include closely related names such as: “Barac,” “Barak,” and “Barrack” Obama, you would find more than a dozen additional addresses and Social Security numbers.
Why would someone need or use multiple SS numbers? You already know the answer:
According to investigators, those who create additional Social Society numbers are typically engaged in criminal activities such as Social Security fraud, tax fraud, real estate fraud, campaign contributions fraud, voter fraud and so on. While the private investigator who compiled this list says multiple social security numbers does not automatically prove there’s criminal activity involved, he states that “having said that, I have personally experienced many, many cases where such information has led to subsequent exposure of fraud, deception, money laundering and other crimes.“What is interesting to note is that Obama’s grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, was a volunteer at the Oahu Circuit Court probate department and had access to the Social Security numbers of deceased people.
To see a complete list of all the SS numbers, visit the Western Center for Journalism.

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