“I did not speak to the governor about these issues” #2

 KHQA reports this by Alexis Hunt on 11.08.08, about three days after it was reported that the meeting between Obama and Blagojevich was to take place.  Here it says “they met earlier this week to discuss it.”  Did they meet or didn’t they?  Obama says they did not.   I’m sure he knows if they talked or not.  This, again, is hard to read, but if you go to the link at the bottom, it can be magnified and read easily.

12.11.08:

“I had no contact with the governor’s office.  I did not speak to the governor about these issues.  That I know for certain.”

obamablago51

http://www.black-and-right.com/2008/12/11/is-obama-lying-about-no-contact-with-blagojevich/

Posted:  12.12.08

2 Comments

Filed under Barack Obama, crime, law and order, politics, President Elect Barack Obama, Uncategorized

2 responses to ““I did not speak to the governor about these issues” #2

  1. “I Did Not Have Contact With That Man”

    Giggling!

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  2. Remember who endorsed Barack Obama for President..Colin Powell.

    New Poll up- What do you think about Colin Powell endorsing Barack Obama Democrat. My husband who spent 27 years in the U.S. Army, thinks Secretary of State Colin Powell ?Republican? is a phony. My husband identifies Independent as I do. I don’t know Joe Lieberman Democrat, he endorsed John McCain Republican…that didn’t help Joe with the Democrat Party…did Colin Powell help himself politically with either party? Is that what the endorsement was all about? Positioning himself on the winning side? American Politics is not for the Timid.

    http://sarah-palin-2012.blogspot.com/2008/12/audacity-of-colin-powell.html

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