Thursday, January 1, 2009


Some criticize those of us who continue to want to know who Obama really is. What they fail to understand is that we are simply still investigating Obama. It is our right and obligation under the United States Constitution to do so. It is our right and obligation to continue vetting him if no other national institutions will do so and to continue doing so until WE THE PEOPLE get a straight answer. This thought leads me to my greater concern.

Obama has refused all reasonable requests for information regarding his true identity. Hence, he expects that Americans will just accept him on his word, both spoken and unspoken. Does Obama believe in the goodness of the American people or rather, in his own arrogance or "audacity" as some others have described his trait? And this leads me to the most alarming question of all-Will this arrogance be so effective that the American people themselves will cause their own demise for failure to stand up to him?

Mario Apuzzo, Esq.

January 1, 2009


Anonymous said...

I've long thought that the reason Obama wrote books about himself was so he could tell us exactly what we should believe about him. I have not read either of them, but am aware that there have been some interesting analyses that point to someone other than Obama as being the author. There are at least a few people that decided to vote for him based on his ability to write well!

There was a candidate elected as country commissioner in WV in November whose residency in the county was 'shakey'. Because he won the election he and his supporters truly believed that he should and would be allowed to serve. But he was wrong. A judge ruled against him, saying that his 'hunting shack' didn't constitute a domicile and even worse, his own statements that hadn't stayed in the cabin overnight condemned him. In WV, the rule of law triumphed, not the popular vote.

Anonymous said...

"Audacity" doesn't begin to cover it. For someone who loves to proclaim, "this election is not about ME, it's about YOU" is telling. The more he proclaims it's not about him, the more he shows it is. It's always been about his ego, his arrogance, and his evil intent to destroy America. Obama is the single most divisive figure in our lifetime, and I can only believe that enough people are seeing the reality and truth and the law will prevail. If it doesn't, we are seeing the end of America.

Mario Apuzzo, Esq. said...

On who wrote Dreams from My Father, see the fascinating article of Jack Cashill at

He concludes that the evidence point to Bill Ayers having wrote the book, and not Obama. After reading this article, let me know what you think.

Mario Apuzzo, Esq.

Anonymous said...

I would not be surprised if Billy Ayers did write at least the first book.

Are you familiar with Ed Hale at Plains Radio? He is trying to get Leo Donofrio to help with getting BO's birth certificate, but I was wondering if you might be available and interested. You can contact him tonight at

Anonymous said...

Barack's parents' divorce cert

Anonymous said...

We have to many sheep and no tigers to throw a good fight. People elect people on popularity not knowledge. What a sad end. Our Supreme Court are just little sheep and have lost their way. Don't expect proven facts to win this battle, we are just little people without consideration even thought theirs more than 300,000,000 million sheep. It's a shame but our future is bleek.

Anonymous said...

The peasants might need to march with pitchforks and torches one day.

Anonymous said...

Such whining dramatics.

Obama has supplied reasonable amount of information, and has properly ignored the unreasonable requests.

And when Obama makes what is perceived to be a mistake (for example, some are critical of Reverand Warren's role), his supporters have questioned him. So no need to worry about people standing up to Obama about something; that's already happened.