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Tony, there is current thread about this
Sorry,deat it if you wish
RE: It has not been determined who checked on Wurzelbacher,
The tentacles of the Obama campaign
Let's be honest...
it's only a matter of WHICH tentacle of Obama's campaign it is. Is it a little tentacle or a big tentacle?
RE: Lets be honest
McCain is making more political hay with JTP than Obama is, and IF I was running a political campaign I would want to know something about the people I am going to hold up as an example.
McCain also has a reason to investigate JTP.
Suuurrrre. It was Mccain's campaign!
McCain doesn't investigate the people he holds up as examples.
We're talking about breaking the law here...
Ya know? WHICH campaign is already up to its elbows in fraudulent voter registration?
Why would the McCain campaign illegally access state computers? I am sure they had no need to dig up dirt on JTP...Dirt that was then used by the Obamatrons! How'd THAT happen? Another one of those amazing coincidences?
Obama sure better win, or we may be treated to that perp walk yet!
Here's one of them, Helen Jones-Kelley
I know I'll get ripped for this but are you sure that's
a contribution and not a tithe?
Here's Another One. Charged With Gross Misconduct, Unlawful
...Use. Reporter had someone in a police station access information from the Highway Patrol database.
A records clerk in Ohio has been charged with gross misconduct after unlawfully using a state database to access information on the man famously known as "Joe the Plumber," according to several local press accounts.
Julie McConnell, a long-time records clerk with the Toledo police department investigative services bureau, reportedly used the database -- called the Law Enforcement Automated Data System or LEADS -- to access information on Joe Wurzelbacher.
McConnell allegedly used the LEADS database to confirm Wurzelbacher's address at the request of a local television reporter, according to a report published in the Toledo Blade.
One link found, that tentacle hasn't been Obama related
It seems one Toledo police civilian worker was asked by a local TV person/personnel to pull the info, mainly to get the correct address. Regardless, it wasn't proper to do so and will disciplined probably next week as this was outside of law enforcement procedure. -----Willy
"Mainly to get the correct address"
Yeah, I believe that.
Another fantastic coincidence!!
If Obama does win,
life will be filled with coincidences.