Friday, September 05, 2008


An enquirer received the following email from a Philadelphia attorney who has filed a lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and Senator Obama questioning his qualification to be President. He asked Phil if he contributed, to assure him none of the moneys collected would be used for political purposes. REPLY: Hi Bill, No, none of the proceeds will be used to support any party. The proceeds donated will strictly be used for this litigation. Legal litigation is extremely expensive, especially when you require Expert testimony, which I am anticipating. In addition, I just received confirmation that the DNC and Senator Obama were in fact served today, 09/04/2008. The DNC was served at noon and Senator Obama was served at 1:00 p.m. All Defendants have now been served so the case can proceed. Thank you for your email. Please keep up the great job and continue spreading the word. Together we can make a difference. Phil Philip J. Berg, Esquire - Meanwhile: New evidence has emerged that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was closely associated as early as age 25 to a key adviser to a Saudi billionaire who had mentored the founding members of the Black Panthers. Barack Obama's campaign is flatly denying a story told by former Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton, who cast an ex-Black Panther turned Muslim businessman and lecturer as a key Obama mentor but whose story seems off in at least one key detail. Sutton's story, told in what NY1 said was a March 25 interview, has been lighting up the conservative blogs for the last week. Sutton, now in his late 80s and mostly off the public stage, told NY1's Dominic Carter that he was asked to write a letter of recommendation to Harvard Law School on Obama's behalf by a man named Khalid al-Mansour of Texas, "the principle adviser to one of the world's richest men" who was also "raising money for [Obama]." Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt told Politico that "Obama did not know and does not know Khalid al-Mansour." LaBolt said Obama doesn't have a relationship with Sutton and that "to our (selective?)knowledge, no such letter was written." Obama was in Chicago, not New York, when he applied to Harvard. (And the telephone had not yet been invented?) The person to whom Sutton was apparently referring, al-Mansour, is a former Black Panther and an adviser to Saudi royalty who has produced, as Amanda Carpenter noted, some YouTube clips that would light up cable television if he's actually been close to Obama. He's also been quoted backing the Palestinian side in the Middle East conflict, though he has not been quoted supporting violence there. NewsMax's Kenneth Timmerman reported yesterday that he spoke to al-Mansour, who wouldn't comment on Sutton's story. "Any statement that I made would only further this activity which is not in the interest of Barack," al-Mansour is quoted as saying. (Avoiding the subject?You bet!) SAUDI BLACK PANTHER FOUNDER & OBAMA click here

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