Questions About Obama’s Unexplained Pakistan Trip
June 12, 2014 1 Comment
Mario Apuzzo, Esq. said…
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Furthermore, if there was no problem traveling to Pakistan in 1981 as the Obots suggest, they should be willing to answer the following questions and provide the requested information:
1. How many Americans with U.S. passports went there in 1981? I have repeatedly asked Dr. Conspiracy and his Obot followers to provide this information. To date they have produced nothing.
2. What function (job category) did these Americans have before entering the country?
3. What was the purpose of their trip there?
4. How long did they stay there?
5. How many Americans were refused visas to enter the country?
6. Why were they refused those visas?
7. What passport did Obama use to travel into Pakistan? I have repeatedly asked Dr. Conspiracy and his Obot followers to provide this information. To date they have produced nothing. This information is very important since the underlying question regarding Obama’s constitutional eligibility for the office of President is the nature of his citizenship and what citizenships he claimed over the years.
8. How did the young Obama finance his trip to Indonesia, India, and Pakistan?
9. Why has Obama since mentioning his Pakistani trip just once never spoken about it again even though there have been so many public inquiries about it?
10. Why did the Obama campaign not respond to an invitation to comment on some of the speculation surrounding the visit to Pakistan or to provide further details about the trip?
11. Was Obama one of the many who–in the words of veteran security analyst, Bahukutumbi Raman, a former Indian counterterrorism chief–visited Pakistan to feel the greatness of the Afghani jihad against communism and their fascination for Abdullah Azzam?
12. For how long did Obama stay in Pakistan? This would shed much light on how he could afford to be there and for what purpose.
13. With whom did Obama visit while he was in Pakistan? If he visited politicians while there, how was he able to make such political connections?
14. Why did Obama not mention his Pakistani trip and the in-depth religious knowledge that he gained from it in his autobiographies?
So as you see, playing word games with Obama’s Pakistan travel in 1981 gets you nowhere in light of the realty that existed in Pakistan in 1981 and all the unanswered questions that Obama’s visit there raises.