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  1. Barack Obama & Larry Sinclair: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder? (Hardcover)
    by Lawrence W Sinclair (Author), Jeff Rense (Foreword)
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  2. Why would anyone pay 25 bucks to read about a gay man of obvious ill repute write drivel about the POTUS?

    What a waste of paper.

    Drama Queen:D
  3. If you replace Sex with have W's story.
  4. TGregg


    Both shining examples of why we cannot possibly get a reasonable candidate for POTUS. Anybody truly capable of running the country well already has a much better gig. You have to be crazy mad with a lust for power and crazy mad with a lust for fame to put up with this kinda BS.
  5. Eight


    Or you have to be a narcissistic commie community organizer with a messiah complex... and the full faith and credit of Wall Street and George Soros helps a lot.. I can just hear the conversation: Obama "damn, man, that Sinclair guy is at it again". Soros "now, now, don't worry about that stuff... by the way, which banks are getting the stimulus money, I have to rebalance my banking sector portfolio and I need your advice........"
  6. Illum


    You mean replace suckin d**K and smokin crack with beer.
  7. So is the OP a P&R post, or an advertisement for a book written by a washed up loser & freak that can't seem to buy attention - even Rupert Murdoch & Faux News is ignoring this tripe.

    Obama accuser has long rap sheet

    Obama accuser has long rap sheet
    By: Ben Smith
    June 18, 2008 07:58 AM EST

    Larry Sinclair is wanted in Colorado, but you can catch him today at the National Press Club.

    Sinclair is familiar to political junkies and reporters as the source of outlandish allegations about Senator Barack Obama, tales that began with sex and drugs and moved on to murder.

    The Duluth, Minn., resident is the sort of figure who appears at the margins of every presidential campaign, and both Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton had their own obscure accusers with dramatic allegations. But as the old media ignores him, Sinclair has taken full advantage of the Internet, and a video in which he makes his claims that have been viewed more than 900,000 times on YouTube.
    This afternoon, he's reserved the Holeman Lounge at downtown Washington's National Press Club
    to try to lend his story the legitimacy that comes with national media attention.

    Sinclair's biography, though, may get in the way of that pitch: Public records and court filings reveal that he has a 27-year criminal record, with a specialty in crimes involving deceit. The record includes forgery charges in two states, one of which drew Sinclair a 16-year jail sentence. The Pueblo County, Colo., Sheriff's Office also has an outstanding warrant for Sinclair's arrest for forging an acquaintance's signature and stealing her tax refunds.

    "It is what it is," said Sinclair's spokesman, Montgomery Blair Sibley, of his client's criminal record. "He's not hiding from it, he's not denying it."

    Addressing the Pueblo County theft charges, Sinclair swore in a 2004 affidavit that his "ALLEGED VICTIM SEEKS TO USE DEFENDANT AS SCAPE GOAT FOR HER HUSBANDS AND BROTHERS PROBLEMS WITH MEXICAN DRUG DEALERS."

    Sinclair's affidavit, which he posted to his blog, accompanied a request to a Colorado judge to dismiss the warrant on the grounds that Sinclair was "disabled with [a] severe spine injury and nerve damage," that returning to Colorado would put his life in danger, and that he was "terminally ill."

    Sinclair, who is still alive, is 46, stands 5'7", and weights 168 pounds, according to arrest records. Colorado records list him with 13 aliases, including "Larye Vizcarra Avila" and "Mohammed Gahanan." His story has generally been ignored by the mainstream media, because he's been unable to substantiate his allegations. He has come to public attention recently, however, because his planned appearance at the National Press Club drew complaints from a wide array of prominent liberal bloggers, led by Firedoglake's Jane Hamsher. Their petition to prevent Sinclair from renting space at the club – which bloggers feared would lend him credibility – drew more than 11,000 signatures.

    Press Club President Sylvia Smith said Sinclair had rented space at the club, which doesn't censor speakers.

    "I'm not aware that we've ever turned anybody away for content," she said, adding that Sinclair's allegations "don't seem very credible."

    Politico isn't reprinting Sinclair's allegations because they are unsubstantiated.

    This February, the website reportedly offered Sinclair $100,000 if he could pass a polygraph test verifying his claims. He took them up on it, and the site said in a press release that the polygraph organizers said his results "indicated deception." Sinclair then suggested the polygraph's sponsors had been bribed to skew the results against him, an allegation his lawyer, Sibley, said he would expand on at his press conference.

    Sibley is best known as the lawyer for the "D.C. Madam," the late Deborah Jeane Palfrey. Earlier this year, the Florida Bar Association suspended Sibley's license to practice law, in part for being a "vexatious litigant," a suspension that applies in Washington, D.C., as well.

    Wednesday, has scheduled a competing press conference outside the National Press Club to discuss the results of the polygraph.

    Sinclair's brushes with the government long predate his recent interest in Senator Obama. The details of his criminal record surfaced after he filed a defamation suit in federal court in Washington, D.C., against three anonymous online critics with names like TubeSockTedD who had written, among other claims, that he was living in a mental institution at the time he allegedly met Obama. Sinclair denies the claim.

    In response to his suit, a lawyer for the anonymous bloggers hired local attorneys and private investigators, and dug up details of Sinclair's criminal record from Colorado, Florida, and South Carolina. The lawyer, Paul Levy of the nonprofit Public Citizen Litigation Group, provided his client's filings in federal court, which are publicly available, to Politico.

    The records tell the story of an itinerant life of small-time crime and bad checks, punctuated by stretches of jail time in two states.

    He was first arrested on a larceny charge in 1981 in Denver, according to his Colorado arrest record, as filed in federal court. In 1985, he was convicted of theft and of forging a check in Florida, and sentenced to a year in jail, according to Florida records filed in federal court.

    After the Florida episode, according to the records, he returned to Colorado, where he faced check fraud and credit card charges in 1986. Then, in 1987, he was convicted in Colorado on more serious forgery charges, and sentenced to 16 years in jail.

    In prison, according to state records filed in federal court, Sinclair was disciplined 97 times for infractions including assault, threats, drug possession, intimidation, and verbal abuse, most recently in

    "He has not institutionalized well," a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Corrections, Liz McDonough, told the Denver Post in 1996 after a month-long Sinclair hunger strike. She said he had served time in prisons in Buena Vista, Delta, Limon and Canon City before being transferred to the state's maximum security penitentiary in 1993.
  9. ...or an incredibly powerful combination of altruism, benevolence, and willingness for self-sacrifice.

    However, even if a saintly individual with this rare combination of traits exists at all, he'd almost certainly lack the capacity for incessant dishonesty and deception. This would of course render him completely unelectable, as the masses strongly prefer pretty lies over ugly truth.
  10. maxpi


    Uh... yeah... so far Obama has claimed there is extreme urgency needed in this crisis, when he got the money he gave $3 billion to ACORN and so far only $40 billion of the $700 billion has been applied.. so the urgency was a lie, the ACORN thing was commie theft from the general public and Obama is off the hook on any altruism charges...

    He has spent a lot of money in not showing his birth certificate though.. If I was a political contributor I'd put money into the state-level efforts to require that candidates have to provide all the documentation required to satisfy constitutional requirements before they could get on a ballot.....
    #10     Jul 12, 2009