© Miri WTPOTUS March 29, 2012
This month marks the fourth anniversary of what author Jack Cashill called
one of the great underreported stories of the 2008 campaign: the multiple breaches of the presidential candidates’ passport records in March of that year.
This will be a comprehensive overview of the story, so it is long and for that I apologize. Read it or save it for future reference. The revelations from Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse are topical. The vettings of Barack Obama by Breitbart’s successors are topical. As the campaign revs up, the blogosphere and many conservative news websites are revisiting stories from 2008. The security breach of the State Department passport files, in 2008, was among the very first signs of the scrubbing of any documentary evidence that might disprove what Obama wants Americans to believe about him. As hard as it may be for us to believe, there remain Americans who know little about these issues. And so, we reprise … Continue reading