Monday, June 28, 2010

Where in the G20 world is Barack Hussein Obama?

My administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in government."—President Barry Hussein Soetoro
President [Barry Hussein Soetoro] gave the White House press corps the slip last night.

He’s done it again. How many times is this president going to give the White house press corps the slip before the people of the United States realize that there is a problem? What other president in the history of the United States of America has ever had to disappear with whereabouts unknown? (see previous post)

If one remembers, and I do, this is supposed to be the most ethical, transparent, open presidential administration in the history of the United States of America. So why does Barry Hussein Soetoro repeatedly vanish without explanation? What is this president hiding? Where is he going? Moreover, why isn’t the mainstream media concerned that the president has broken his transparency pledge?

So why in the middle of the G-8 and G-20 summits with his global counterparts is our president the only G8 and G20 leader can’t be accounted for hours? (see story)

Last night, the White House sent the press corps — which by agreement stays close to the president in order to report on any incident — back to Toronto, leaving the president 150 miles behind. In the wee hours of this morning, the crew of a dozen or so reporters and photographers in the press corps got back on a bus and returned to Muskoka for the day’s events.
It is highly unusual for the president to shun his permanent media detail that way, particularly at a high-profile event in a remote location. --Elizabeth Williamson

The last time the president pulled this type of a stunt he had no explanation and didn’t bother to offer one. Just what is this incessant need for privacy that only this president seems to have.

This president’s behavior portents of something very ominous and foreboding for this country, while he is sneaking around, we are losing our heritage for some misguided socialist “hope and change” agenda.

The media must demand a full accounting of this president’s sneak off time. The first time the media gave the president a free pass on his AWOL. If the media is negligent on this matter, once again they lose the remaining semblance of journalist credibility.


  1. CapedConservative8:12 AM

    My guess is receiving instructions and delivering favors to George Soros


    Delivering instructions and receiving favors from Vera Baker

  2. Anonymous8:15 AM

    What semblance of journalistic credibility is it that the MSM can lose? MSM reporting has not conjured up the term credibility of late....

  3. Anonymous8:51 AM

    If you remember he had to mysteriously leave the campaign trail at the time of his grandmother's death. He didn't take his family. I thought it wierd then.