Yet here he is using the White house to promote a campaign event that is sponsored by his reelection committee, Obama for America 2012. (see 30sec. video)
As we can clearly see from the different landmarks in the room, the lamp for example, the room that the president is campaigning in is the same room in the White house that he gives his Weekly Addresses. (see pictures following)
Weekly Address from the White house (picture)
Campaign Fundraiser (picture)
In a very recent complaint filed before the F.E.C. the Ohio Democrat Party alleged that Josh Mandel and elected public official used resources of his state campaign and the resources of his state office to support his run for the U.S. Senate.
The president seems to have engaged in the very same violation that Josh Mandel is accused of by using the White house for his 2012 reelection bid.
However, this is not the first time that president Barry Hussein Soetoro has violated election law. In the 2010 midterm, Elections President Soetoro and Senator Patty Murray broke Washington state election laws by campaigning on the state funded University of Washington college campus.
As the president and the vice president would say, this is a really “big deal.” This president is presently conducting two illegal wars, Libya and Yemen without fulfilling the constitutional requirement to get Congressional authority, something that George W. Bush did prior to engaging in Iraq and Afghanistan.
With this apparent violation of the F.E.C., the president seems to be signaling that he doesn’t intend to play by the rules anytime soon.
All things considered, there is emerging a continued pattern of lawlessness from this White house. If the video is proven authentic and if the president is found to be violation of F.E.C. regulations he should be made to suffer the penalties and fines afforded for such violators.
If the president isn’t made to obey the law in this matter, I’m afraid sometime in the near future we will see once again the New Black Panthers and ACORN helping in the reelection effort of President Soetoro.
Who’s going to stop that, AG Eric Holder?