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Update on Larry Sinclair and the alleged failed polygraph tests

According to WhiteHouse.com Larry showed signs of deception in both tests concerning the sex and drug questions. I received an email from Larry and he is very aggrivated because WhiteHouse.com has kept him in the dark today. Acording to Larry it is a "suspicious situation". WhiteHouse.com delayed the initial results earlier today and promised the report of the tests would be made this afternoon. It's now 9:15 Eastern Time and no report has surfaced.

Also according to http://antipolygraph.org/articles/article-036.shtml Dr. Ed Gelb, the man who was selected by WhiteHouse.com to administer the tests never earned a doctoral degree from any accredited university.

Larry told me that he will keep fighting.

More to come, this is just getting started...

http://mrsircy.blogspot.com/2008/02/...d-alleged.html
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It's a conspiarcay!
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Larry told me that he will keep fighting.

A Brave And True American Patriot, that one is!
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It's a conspiarcay!

Perfect.
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Did your parents teach you this at home, between the young earth creationism and "socialism is the same as communism" lessons?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smear_campaign
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I'm not sure gay sex and a couple of crack rocks in the oval office would lead to anything worse than where we've been since 2001. Reruns of Project Runway and people able to stay up for days on end working on solutions for national issues? Fine by me.

From what I have seen... Mr. Sinclair, your fifteen minutes are up. \
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You know what thay say, 'scratch a liberal and you'll find a fascist.'

No, no, no! "Scratch a liberal and find a closet aristocrat." See my signature!
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Did your parents teach you this at home, between the young earth creationism and "socialism is the same as communism" lessons?

Those are the BEST lessons!
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Haven't you all learned yet that character counts?

Lying and cheating and hiding the truth to gain advantage is not what we should tolerate in a President.

By that standard Richard Nixon should have stayed in office. All he did was cover up the crime at Watergate.
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Haven't you all learned yet that character counts?

Lying and cheating and hiding the truth to gain advantage is not what we should tolerate in a President.

By that standard Richard Nixon should have stayed in office. All he did was cover up the crime at Watergate.

You're right, Mojo. Because Some Random Guy has made a YouTube video with Some Random Allegations, Obama is worse than Nixon.

Because where there's smoke there's auuuuuuugghhhhhhhh!!!!! Bees!! In my head!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Because where there's smoke there's auuuuuuugghhhhhhhh!!!!! Bees!! In my head!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



As much as I'd love to see you in full non-lethal anaphylactic shock for your boneheaded musings at times... I gotta say you give me a hell of a laugh on that one...
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Haven't you all learned yet that character counts?

Lying and cheating and hiding the truth to gain advantage is not what we should tolerate in a President.

By that standard Richard Nixon should have stayed in office. All he did was cover up the crime at Watergate.

You mean like the character of Larry The Slandered?

I agree with you 100% on that one, we should have impeached Bush and Cheney a long time ago.
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Haven't you all learned yet that character counts?

Lying and cheating and hiding the truth to gain advantage is not what we should tolerate in a President.

By that standard Richard Nixon should have stayed in office. All he did was cover up the crime at Watergate.

So. You are certain Obama lied and cheated. You've convicted him. Based on the unsubstantiated allegations of a crackhead named Larry, who, even if he were gay, Obama would have better sense (and taste) than to have sex with.

Yet you think Bush made an honest mistake when he claimed Saddam Hussein was an "imminent threat", complete with WMDs, nuclear ambitions (Niger) and "Chemical labs".

Worst case scenario if Obama is lying and gets elected: Uh... nothing. We know Geedub was a coke head. We know Bill C. smoked MJ, but didn't inhale.

Worst case effect of allegations, if false: Obama loses the election due to a lying smear campaign, rather than because of his proven ability, his integrity, or even his position on the issues.

Worst case if McCain is lying and gets elected: He continues to give favors to his (alleged) lobbyist buddies, undermining the entire principle of the presidency. This costs the country dollars and credibility.

Worst case effect of allegations, if false: McCain loses the election due to a lying smear campaign which at most could be an exaggeration rather than an all-out fabrication with regards to his integrity (always in question) and policy independence (also in question, based directly on the facts of his record).
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post #55 of 93
Dude...I have heard the greatest term ever today.

"Bumsex"

It is interesting that the mainstream media hasn't picked up on this whole thing, though. I'd say the odds are about a billion to one that it's true.
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WND Exclusive ELECTION 2008
Obama accuser fails polygraph
Deception indicated in tests on drug, sex charges
Posted: February 24, 2008
7:58 pm Eastern

© 2008 WorldNetDaily

WASHINGTON The Minnesota man who accused leading presidential candidate Barack Obama of cocaine use and having sex with him in the back of a limousine nine years ago has reportedly failed two polygraph tests administered by the website WhiteHouse.com.

The tests were administered to Larry Sinclair Friday by Ed Gelb, former president of the American Polygraph Association, according to the site. One dealt with the sex claim and the other with the drug allegation. Deception was indicated in both, the report said.

The complete results and analysis are expected to be released tomorrow.

Sinclair first made his extraordinary charges in a YouTube video that has now been seen by more than a half-million visitors. He also filed a lawsuit in Minnesota District Court alleging threats and intimidation by Obama's staff.

Sinclair was offered $10,000 to take the polygraph and $100,000 if he passed.

"My motivation for making this public is my desire for a presidential candidate to be honest," Sinclair told WND by telephone. "I didn't want the sex thing to come out. But I think it is important for the candidate to be honest about his drug use as late as 1999."

Sinclair, who lives in Duluth and describes himself as "gay," claims he "personally engaged in sexual activity and personally used illegal drugs in November 1999" with the man who is now the leading Democratic presidential candidate.

(Story continues below)

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You're right, Mojo. Because Some Random Guy has made a YouTube video with Some Random Allegations, Obama is worse than Nixon.

Because where there's smoke there's auuuuuuugghhhhhhhh!!!!! Bees!! In my head!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!! It burns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I didn't say Obama IS worse than Nixon. The liberal tendency of letting ones' emotions overwhelm ones' thinking ability is evident here. Don't jump to conclusions. Slow down and think.
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Slow down and think.

That may be the most fantastically ironic thing I've ever read.
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You mean like the character of Larry The Slandered?

I agree with you 100% on that one, we should have impeached Bush and Cheney a long time ago.

Based on what has been revealed so far you may have reason to feel that way. But the things that haven't come out, due to national security considerations, might mitigate what you have come to believe is the whole truth about your president and vice president.

They are like black men in the old South who couldn't get a fair hearing because the good ol' boys (like YOU) think they have allll the information they need before all the evidence is even presented.

Your tendency to allow your emotions to rule you is a weakness. You shouldn't believe otherwise.
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That may be the most fantastically ironic thing I've ever read.

You have much to learn.
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So. You are certain Obama lied and cheated. You've convicted him. Based on the unsubstantiated allegations of a crackhead named Larry, who, even if he were gay, Obama would have better sense (and taste) than to have sex with.

Yet you think Bush made an honest mistake when he claimed Saddam Hussein was an "imminent threat", complete with WMDs, nuclear ambitions (Niger) and "Chemical labs".

Worst case scenario if Obama is lying and gets elected: Uh... nothing. We know Geedub was a coke head. We know Bill C. smoked MJ, but didn't inhale.

Worst case effect of allegations, if false: Obama loses the election due to a lying smear campaign, rather than because of his proven ability, his integrity, or even his position on the issues.

Worst case if McCain is lying and gets elected: He continues to give favors to his (alleged) lobbyist buddies, undermining the entire principle of the presidency. This costs the country dollars and credibility.

Worst case effect of allegations, if false: McCain loses the election due to a lying smear campaign which at most could be an exaggeration rather than an all-out fabrication with regards to his integrity (always in question) and policy independence (also in question, based directly on the facts of his record).

Wrong. I have solidly remained neutral on his innocence or guilt but I have aggressively sought to bring forth the evidence that's been made available.

It's important to know if Obama is a lying crack smoking Gay sexer BEFORE he is anointed.
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Let's see here....

He passed one drug test, but failed two polygraph tests.....




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Is this "the end of the road" for mojo2, too?

One would hope not. Because that would be an example of 'shooting the messenger.'

All I have done is make you aware of the charges and bring information to you. You know what thay say, 'scratch a liberal and you'll find a fascist.'

Is that true in your case?
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Since 2000, (it seems) if an icon gets tarnished, everyone rushes to the rescue, be they left, right or center. Now, if this story was about some ordinary working class person, would there be the same degree of skepticism (or rather, ad hominems, schoolboy humor, huge fonts, silly photoshopping etc?). Nobody would turn a hair. Everyone would believe.

Right?

Right.
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Dude...I have heard the greatest term ever today.

"Bumsex"

It is interesting that the mainstream media hasn't picked up on this whole thing, though. I'd say the odds are about a billion to one that it's true.

It does seem unlikely, but that's what makes life interesting. Sometimes there are surprises.
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Since 2000, (it seems) if an icon gets tarnished, everyone rushes to the rescue, be they left, right or center. Now, if this story was about some ordinary working class person, would there be the same degree of skepticism (or rather, ad hominems, schoolboy humor, huge fonts, silly photoshopping etc?). Nobody would turn a hair. Everyone would believe.

Right?

Right.

People have invested soooo much into the symbol of Obama they couldn't bear to have it shown that he had feet of clay.

Interesting phenomenon.
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Since 2000, (it seems) if an icon gets tarnished, everyone rushes to the rescue, be they left, right or center. Now, if this story was about some ordinary working class person, would there be the same degree of skepticism (or rather, ad hominems, schoolboy humor, huge fonts, silly photoshopping etc?). Nobody would turn a hair. Everyone would believe.

Right?

Right.

And I wonder why that is? Could it be that no one would care enough to go to the trouble of lying about some ordinary working class person? But there's a huge motivation to do so against political candidates?
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It does seem unlikely, but that's what makes life interesting. Sometimes there are surprises.

Lots or people do crack/cocaine. Lots of men have gay sex. The probability that Sinclair's allegations are based on fact is much greater than the proverbial "Billion to One". (8.6 million Americans (out of 230 million over the age of 12) have tried crack, and if 10% have had gay sex, that's 23 million in the same age group). Why would Obama be so unlikely to have had gay sex and or tried cocaine? Presidents have been known to party, by the way. Just ask the current one, and the one before, and the one before that, and so on.... Why should Obama's history be automatically considered to be that of puritannical cleanliness? He's already admitted to smoking pot.... he obviously hung out with a partying crowd at some point....

This allegation might be politically motivated, .as was the Kerry's "swiftboating".. but its not so farfetched.

People want to believe otherwise.
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Wrong. I have solidly remained neutral on his innocence or guilt but I have aggressively sought to bring forth the evidence that's been made available.

It's important to know if Obama is a lying crack smoking Gay sexer BEFORE he is anointed.

And from what you posted BEFORE this, he's not.

Shut up. Go away. And take your crackhead buttsecks trollisity the fuck out of here.
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Since 2000, (it seems) if an icon gets tarnished, everyone rushes to the rescue, be they left, right or center. Now, if this story was about some ordinary working class person, would there be the same degree of skepticism (or rather, ad hominems, schoolboy humor, huge fonts, silly photoshopping etc?). Nobody would turn a hair. Everyone would believe.

Right?

Right.

No. He wouldn't be famous, so no-one would care and it wouldn't be funny.

But you'd believe any old shit; that's probably true.

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Lots or people do crack/cocaine. Lots of men have gay sex. The probability that Sinclair's allegations are based on fact is much greater than the proverbial "Billion to One". (8.6 million Americans (out of 230 million over the age of 12) have tried crack, and if 10% have had gay sex, that's 23 million in the same age group). Why would Obama be so unlikely to have had gay sex and or tried cocaine? Presidents have been known to party, by the way. Just ask the current one, and the one before, and the one before that, and so on.... Why should Obama's history be automatically considered to be that of puritannical cleanliness? He's already admitted to smoking pot.... he obviously hung out with a partying crowd at some point....

This allegation might be politically motivated, .as was the Kerry's "swiftboating".. but its not so farfetched.

People want to believe otherwise.

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On March 19, 2007, Los Angeles Times columnist David Ehrenstein wrote:

"But it's clear that Obama also is running for an equally important unelected office, in the province of the popular imagination—the 'Magic Negro.' ... The senator's famously stem-winding stump speeches have been drawing huge crowds to hear him talk of uniting rather than dividing. A praiseworthy goal. Consequently, even the mild criticisms thrown his way have been waved away, "magically." He used to smoke, but now he doesn't; he racked up a bunch of delinquent parking tickets, but he paid them all back with an apology. And hey, is looking good in a bathing suit a bad thing? ... Like a comic-book superhero, Obama is there to help, out of the sheer goodness of a heart we need not know or understand. For as with all Magic Negroes, the less real he seems, the more desirable he becomes. If he were real, white America couldn't project all its fantasies of curative black benevolence on him."[14]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magical_Negro

People want him to work his magical negro 'mojo' on them, maybe?

Could that be what is behind Artman's allusion to invisible butt sex?
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People have invested soooo much into the symbol of Obama they couldn't bear to have it shown that he had feet of clay.

Interesting phenomenon.

Yeah. You know what's even more interesting?

That you saw fit to bring to our attention a random, utterly unsubstantiated accusation, pretty much on par with the next guy you meet in a bar telling you he fucked Brittany Spears, follow it through to random guy failing polygraph tests, and yet still come away with the lesson having been learned is that "people" have so much invested in Obama that we can't bear to "have it shown" that he's a gay crackhead.

And yet I notice you have totally failed to substantially respond to Hassan's and my description of our McCain love triangle.

Why not? Do you have that much invested in McCain that you can't bear to even entertain the notion that it's all true? Is it because we failed to meet that notorious benchmark of credibility, putting up a fucking YouTube video?

Because, wait for it dude: you have exactly as much evidence for the Obama story as Hassan and I have for ours.

So who do you have to fuck around here to get some outrage? Know what I mean?
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Yeah. You know what's even more interesting?

That you saw fit to bring to our attention a random, utterly unsubstantiated accusation, pretty much on par with the next guy you meet in a bar telling you he fucked Brittany Spears, follow it through to random guy failing polygraph tests, and yet still come away with the lesson having been learned is that "people" have so much invested in Obama that we can't bear to "have it shown" that he's a gay crackhead.

And yet I notice you have totally failed to substantially respond to Hassan's and my description of our McCain love triangle.

Why not? Do you have that much invested in McCain that you can't bear to even entertain the notion that it's all true? Is it because we failed to meet that notorious benchmark of credibility, putting up a fucking YouTube video?

Because, wait for it dude: you have exactly as much evidence for the Obama story as Hassan and I have for ours.

So who do you have to fuck around here to get some outrage? Know what I mean?

It happened, addabox.
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Tonton! TONTON!!!

(shudder)

No, wait: awesome.
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Yeah. You know what's even more interesting?

That you saw fit to bring to our attention a random, utterly unsubstantiated accusation, pretty much on par with the next guy you meet in a bar telling you he fucked Brittany Spears, follow it through to random guy failing polygraph tests, and yet still come away with the lesson having been learned is that "people" have so much invested in Obama that we can't bear to "have it shown" that he's a gay crackhead.

And yet I notice you have totally failed to substantially respond to Hassan's and my description of our McCain love triangle.

Why not? Do you have that much invested in McCain that you can't bear to even entertain the notion that it's all true? Is it because we failed to meet that notorious benchmark of credibility, putting up a fucking YouTube video?

Because, wait for it dude: you have exactly as much evidence for the Obama story as Hassan and I have for ours.

So who do you have to fuck around here to get some outrage? Know what I mean?

Apples and oranges.
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Apples and oranges.

Holy God, who told you about the fruit? Hassan? "Our little secret", my ass.
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Apples and oranges.

Also turnips, parsnips and beets. Root vegetables, surgical tools and stunned rodents.
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Fuck you, Artman. I paid for those pictures, fair and square, just like we agreed.

Looks like we're going to have to do it the hard way.
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This thread needs to keep going through all of 2008.
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