No. 26 is Obama’s personal trainer.
A recent issue of the Globe published was is reported to be the OBAMA HIT LIST. The full list can be seen on the Infowars web site.
Expected on the list is Palin, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity (the court jester), Alex Jones, purveyor of anti-Obama movies, and anyone who disagrees with Communism and health care.
Some of the names you might not be aware of. There is Larry Sinclair who had “gay sex” and took drugs with Obama. Allegedly. Orly Taitz is a California Attorney and doctor from Russia who is the first to finally get a court date on the matter of Obama’s Kenyan citizenship. (I might not be able to use the line about Obama’s Kenyan citizenship, after the January court date, so I have to use it as much as possible now.) Country star Hank Williams Jr. is on the list for describing the national anthem as “that song that Mr. Obama’s not real crazy about.” Nobel prize-winning economist called Obama’s economic advisers, “tools of Wall Street” earning him a place on the coveted list.
Some surprises—not so much because of name but of reason—include Bill O’Reilly and his little brother Sean Hannity, John Voight, and Rex Rammel. O’Reilly is an idiotic, pinhead, but he is right that Obama is a Communist. The Kenyan is proving that by his actions. Jon Voight is a surprising name on the list because he, apparently described Obama as a “wild radical” and a “false prophet.” And he seems to dislike Rex Rammell, Republican gubernatorial candidate for Idaho, simply because of his views on hunting.
Obama was chastised by Senator John Cornyn in an August 2009 letter in response to gathering “terrorist” information on those that opposed his health care plan. No such letter was issued in regards to Paranoid Pelosi’s enemy list.
The “vast right-wing conspiracy” (Hoorah!) is as strong as ever, according to Billy-bob, and is attacking the Kenyan. Clinton invented that term to apply to those who called him the scumbag he was for lying to an independent counsel investigation led by Kenneth Star and destroying evidence in the Whitewash (Otherwise known as Whitewater) affair.
On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Clinton was asked about the term his wife Hillary Clinton, now secretary of state, famously coined. “Is it still there?” host David Gregory asked.
“Oh, you bet. Sure it is. It’s not as strong as it was, because America’s changed demographically, but it’s as virulent as it was,” the former president replied.
The Clinton’s are well known for taking down the names of their enemies, some who have “allegedly” died mysteriously. The currently have their own “hit list.”