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.

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. (696,000+ hits on http://larrysinclair0926.wordpress.com May 20, 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.

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