Obama could never pass the security clearance scrutiny

A month ago, when Harry Reid was declaring  Mitt Romney could not become dog catcher because he would not release more of his IRS tax returns, I countered that Barack Obama could not get a security clearance for the most routine government job, much less commander in chief.

It seems Paul Kengor, who has written a book about Obama’s mentor Frank Marshal Davis called “The Communist,” agrees.

“Obama’s mentor was considered so radical, and such a potential pro-Soviet threat, that the federal government placed him on the Security Index,” Kengor told The Daily Caller in an interview.

“That meant that if a war broke out between the United States and the Soviet Union, Frank Marshall Davis could be placed under immediate arrest. Think about that. Obama had that sort of influence. And The Washington Post will focus on whether Mitt Romney was bullying in high school? With the kind of influence that Obama had, Obama would have trouble getting a security clearance for an entry-level government job.”

You don’t even have to bring up the toking and snorting that he admits to in his autobiography or Bill Ayers or …


36 comments on “Obama could never pass the security clearance scrutiny

  1. nyp10025 says:

    His “mentor”.

  2. Vernon Clayson says:

    And this same government that claimed the power to arrest and imprison Communists during this Davis bastard’s time had a few short years before castigated Joe McCarthy for charging that Communists had infiltrated all levels of government and, ye gads, even Hollywood; the latter institution, while still prosperous because of capitalism, is still out of step with it. It’s been acknowledged by thinking people that McCarthy was right but the progressives and their propaganda machine, the main stream media, have placed him in history as an individual to be scorned, any opinion that doesn’t suit their purposes is labelled as McCarthyism. There was about as much chance for Davis to be arrested then as there is for today’s main stream media and politicians to question Obama’s credentials and purposes.

  3. nyp10025 says:

    “It’s been acknowledged by thinking people that McCarthy was right.”

  4. Steve says:

    Some say his father.


    And they are so serious about it, they sent the DVD out in mass mail. I never ordered it. But it showed up in the mailbox.

    Someone is spending lots of time and money to get this message out.

  5. nyp10025 says:

    “His father.”
    Boy, you guys are completely whacked.

  6. He mentioned Frank 22 times in his book, Petey. You are just name calling now.

  7. nyp10025 says:

    Yeah? What did he say those 22 times?

  8. nyp10025 says:

    Please keep talking about how the President of the United States is a Kenyan-born, illegitimate Islamic Marxist whose coming-of-age autobiography was written by William Ayres.
    Keep talking about it all the way to the election.

  9. Steve says:

    “you guys”

    All I did was tell you what is being sent out in mass mail and pointed the web site.

    Nyp is being a bad libby again, prejudiced person you are Nyp.

    Course with so many cloudy bits in Obama’s history, there is a wide open door for conspiracy theory.

    Romney is right to refuse releasing his tax returns, look what happened when Obama caved, it only heightens the theorists. But the tax return silliness by Reid is quickly being forgotten and Politifact is giving Obama a half right on who pays a higher percentage in taxes. So this crap from both sides is just that , crap , and amounts only to distraction.


    Interesting in the conclusion Politifact states:
    “it’s actually the wealthiest half of Americans, not those with low or middle incomes, whose tax rates end up exceeding Romney’s.”

    Maybe now we know why Reid is suddenly silent on this stupidity.

    But Nyp really likes these distractions and is not willing to investigate at all. Just wants to make hay with words.

  10. nyp10025 says:

    Yes, why blame you for spreading the slimy internet rumor that the President is the illegitimate son of a communist You were merely pointing out what someone else had said ….
    Just being informative.

  11. Steve says:

    Sure, thanks for proving my point once again Nyp.

  12. Bruce Feher says:

    Makes no difference where BHO is from, he’s here now and in my book that is not good!

  13. Thanks for bottomlining it, Bruce.


  14. Vernon Clayson says:

    Obama apparently believes he is a citizen of the world, that his presence here in the USA is merely incidental, it’s not all him, he was placed by rich, devious and far more influential individuals. Nyp10025 is an idolater, you could even call him a suckling, sadly there are way too many others of that persuasion and they vote but the electoral college is where Obama will have his step up and back.

  15. nyp10025 says:

    Ah, so that’s it — he is the Manchurian President.

    Hey – who is it that has “placed him” in the White House?

  16. Steve says:

    Nah, Obama knows what he is and the longer we see it, the more we find to dislike. Definite socialist.

  17. nyp10025 says:

    Yup – the socialist who saved the finance and auto industries.

  18. Steve says:

    Socialists are not ALL bad. They did a good thing with nukes in France for instance. Trouble is how far you all want to take this country into socialism, with borrowed money. Eventually you are going to realize these libby programs have to be paid for. Then you will have to make some hard decisions.

    Take Canada for instance, they really like their libby programs but about a decade ago they discovered they couldn’t keep them unless they paid for them. Today their dollar is stronger than ours. And contrary to your peeps talking points Canadian Health Care is rationed.

  19. Vernon Clayson says:

    Saved the finance and auto industries??? Are you serious, where do you get your information, can you explain how you came to that conclusion, you sound like the black woman that said she didn’t have to worry about her house and car payments because she helped Obama and now he would help her.

  20. Saved them from legally prescribed bankruptcy, Petey.


  21. nyp10025 says:

    Yes. Bankruptcy for the US financial industry would have meant a financial collapse that would have dwarfed the Great Depression.

  22. nyp10025 says:

    Btw, looks like we will all have a chance to talk about whether Medicare should be abolished.

  23. By picking Ryan, Romney doubles down on the economy as the main issue, which it should be.


  24. nyp10025 says:

    He doubles down on replacing Medicare with vouchers.

  25. nyp10025 says:

    Looking forward to a robust discussion of precisely how abolishing Medicare in 2023 will create jobs in 2013.

  26. nyp10025 says:

    Kind of funny that this November President Obama will be the only Protestant candidate on either ticket.

  27. nyp10025 says:

    We shouldn’t have someone in the White House who doesn’t have private sector experience — Mitt Romney

  28. Steve says:

    If you guys won’t make the hard decisions, I think we know who will.

  29. nyp10025 says:

    I think it is just great that Romney’s choice for VP bases his own health care proposal on individual mandates.

  30. Steve says:

    Then you can happily and confidently place your check mark in the Romney/Ryan box this November. Welcome to reason Nyp!

  31. nyp10025 says:

    Yup – all four candidates support individual healthcare mandates.

  32. Steve says:

    Good thing too, Ryan wants to get the spending under control. Vote the future, vote Romney.

  33. Vernon Clayson says:

    Obama is a Protestant, maybe nyp10025 means protestant to the very idea of America as envisioned by the founders. I can see him hustling around on Sunday morning to get to a golf course, for church is another thing. Any association with a church for Obama is/was a political move, something like Harry Reid deciding to become a Mormon.

  34. nyp10025 says:

    Yup – anyone who plays golf on Sunday isn’t a good Christian.

  35. BHO is NOT a socialist I almost wish he were. No this ‘man’ is a MARXIST. many times worse.

  36. That reminds me Mr. Norris, of what UNLV economics professor Murray Rothbard said, “There is one good thing about Marx: he was not a Keynesian.”


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