Friday, January 09, 2009

Watch Obama commercial they don't want you to see

Fox, CNN, MSNBC refuse ads questioning Barack's eligibility © 2009 WorldNetDaily Barack Obama's campaign officials and transition office repeatedly have rejected reporters' requests for comment on questions raised over his lack of documentation regarding his birth and the resulting concerns over his eligibility to be president. Now a number of media organizations apparently don't want questions raised either. WND columnist Janet Porter told WND she found that out when her organization,, tried to purchase airtime to publicize information about the eligibility concerns. She told WND that national networks that refused to sell her time for a 60-second commercial included CNBC, MSNBC, Headline News, CNN and Fox. Washington, D.C., outlets for the same organizations did the same. "With the date for congressional approval (of the Electoral College today), we wanted them to have access to the facts," she told WND. "Congress is sworn to uphold the Constitution." She said the donors who contributed the funding that was to be used for the ads were being contacted to find out whether they wanted to reach another direction in the media. [Continue reading]
The ad to be broadcast already is available on YouTube, and also is embedded here:

digg story, submitted by nrsteel

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