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February 11, 2014

Inconsistencies perceived with political treatment

NEW CASTLE — Editor, The News:

It’s an Obama world when:

•George Tsunis, who raised $988,550 for President Obama, gave $300,000 to Democratic super PACs and donated $78,800 to the Obama Victory Fund, gets rewarded with an ambassadorship to Norway, while Dinesh D’Souza, conservative creator of documentary critical of Obama “2016” gets indicted for allegedly “bundling” $20,000 for a U.S. senate candidate.

•One IRS official made 157 visits to the White House, another IRS official made 165 White House visits (neither officials attending the same meeting) but HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, tasked with implementing Obama’s signature achievement, had one meeting.

•Friends of Abe (Abraham Lincoln) a group of conservatives in leftist Hollywood wants to enjoy the same 501(c)3 status their liberal counterparts have long enjoyed. Nearly three years later, IRS is demanding answers to very private questions about members’ identities. While in less than a month, now infamous Lois Lerner of the IRS approved charity status for Malik Obama’s Barack H. Obama Foundation in June of 2011. Then granted “retroactive tax exempt status” dating to December 2008.

•While Obama, on his way to Hollywood, stopped in Las Vegas to schmooze with big-money donors, a severely wounded American, David Ubben, was left stranded on a roof in Benghazi for 20 hours before being rescued.

No justice for Benghazi has been served. No matter, the administration is focused like a laser, to make darn sure The Little Sisters of the Poor spend their time and energy in a battle at the highest U.S. court fighting the Obamacare mandates.

Caution: If one is inclined to donate to the Barack H. Obama Foundation, good chance donations would fall into the hands of Islamist extremists.

Patty Jenkins

Albert Street

New Castle

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