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It would be a public service if some credible news service would investigate Larry Sinclair’s allegations of drug use and gay sex with Obama in 1999.

May 27, 2008

It would be a public service if some credible news service would investigate Larry Sinclair’s allegations of drug use and gay sex with Obama in 1999. There was a polygraph exam and according to the examiner, it showed some deception; however the computer analysis showed that he passed it. So whether Mr. Sinclair’s claims are true or not goes to the heart of the credibility and truthfulness of Sen. Obama. This is clearly an important issue considering the position which is being pursued.

The statements from Rev. Manning, the statement from a person on Mr. Sinclair’s blog that one of Obama’s pilots saw Obama kissing a male aid, and a Chicago restaurant owner learning from her patrons of Obama being on the “down low”- all tend to support Mr. Sinclair’s allegations. Mr. Sinclair and Rev. Manning claim to have evidence proving their allegations, but they each say they are waiting on disclosing the evidence. (It might be that advice of counsel or political timing is the reason.) However, it seems as though the main street media is determined to keep these allegations from seeing the light of day and truth. Nevertheless, the number of people talking about these allegations is growing every day. (795,930 hits on http://larrysinclair0926.wordpress.com May 27, 2008.) Therefore it is imperative that these allegations be quickly either corroborated or put to rest. Someone or organization must have the courage to take the heat in order find out the truth.

Updates

  • May 22, 2008 pm- Another post from CitizenWell’s May 21 topic which gives another take on why it is important to investigate these allegations:

Lee // May 22, 2008 at 5:51 pm

Just a thought – As we know, Sen. Obama has stated that he would sit down with the enemies of the United States as part of his foreign diplomacy position. The degree of preparation before such meetings and whether it would be interpreted as appeasement or lack of resolve are questions for others. I just wonder if the Democratic leadership has thought about the huge logistical consequences and embarrassment to the United States’ diplomacy efforts if the President is discovered at some point to be bisexual and an adulterer.

Are they willing to be responsible for those and any other legitimate consequences, especially given that they are fully aware of the allegations and have chosen not to act or require investigation into the veracity of the charges? I would bet that Al Jazeera and other foreign news services are monitoring the rumors about the candidates that are circulating on the internet and that they will likely withhold comment until the most politically damaging effect to the United States can be achieved. The U.S., the great Satan, might be being led by a bisexual adulterer as its President -WOW. It seems as though the Democratic leadership should think about this. Therefore, I suggest that not only must the allegations be investigated and the truth discovered, but if the charges have any possibility of being true – they need to be affirmatively disproved by Sen. Obama. All he needs to do is prove he was not in Chicago during the time in question. This allegation, true or not, could very well further damage the reputation of the United States.

  • May 22, 2008 am – A post in response to the below CitizenWell’s May 21, 2008 topic is also relevant:

Delenn // May 22, 2008 at 3:58 am

In any case, I’ve been hearing rumors concerning Obama’s sexuality for the better part of a decade now. I didn’t even learn of Larry Sinclair until April… but his allegations support the similar stories I’ve heard from other Chicago-area gay men. So Sinclair or no Sinclair, I have dozens of reasons to believe that Obama genuinely does have clandestine sexual encounters with men. And frankly the allegations about drug use resonate with me, too.
I have no objections whatsoever to having a gay or lesbian president — in many ways I’d welcome it, depending on the individual. But I have serious objections to having a lying, deceitful, legislatively unimpressive drug user as president.
Stanton, I failed a polygraph once, even down to giving my real name, while investigating their use and abuse back in my days as a news reporter/anchor. There’s a reason that polygraphs aren’t accepted as evidence in most American courtrooms: they’re grossly inaccurate. And in Larry Sinclair’s case, keep in mind, the (unbiased) computer passed Sinclair. It was the human examiner who considered SOME of Sinclair’s responses untruthful… the human examiner who a) hooked the machine up incorrectly; and b) got his supposed doctorate from an online diploma mill.

  • May 21, 2008 – There are several interesting posts about Sen. Obama and his alleged encounters with Larry Sinclair. These can be found at: http://citizenwells.wordpress.com/

Citizenwell’s post today is titled:

Obama, cocaine, Larry Sinclair, November 1999, gay sex, Obama down low?, more evidence