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     America’s favorite pasttime is baseball, and some Presidential candidate has the audacity to get the first pitch of a World Series game moved 30 minutes so he can put forth a 30 minute infomercial on the Messiah’s,… I mean the Obama’s message. Let’s be realistic– by October 29th, that 30 minute infomercial isn’t going to get its money’s worth of chenged minds!

    That being said, I was listening to an interview this morning of Jose Canseco, regarding his book “Juiced”. The accusations made in his book were the basis for the unraveling of the steroid use in the Major Leagues of Baseball. Superstars like Roger Clemmons and Barry Bonds have been brought into the spotlight for steroid use.

     Canseco was asked about the backlash from his revelations, the naming of names, in his book. In asking the question, he was asked how many lawsuits he’s defending. Canseco said that if every word is true, a lawsuit would be fruitless. To date, no one mentioned in Juiced has even threatened legal action.

     That leads me to Sen. Barack Obama. Think of the accusations that have been made against him. Some he addresses, others he ignores. Some he has his internet hit-squad go after, others he just ignores. There are some though, that would have a team of lawyers in court filing motions and cease and desist letters if the accusations were false.

       For example, Larry Sinclair’s allegations of doing cocaine with Barack Obama in a limousine, followed by two gay sexual encounters, have been splattered across the internet and the pages of the GLOBE. He held a press conference in Washignton DC at the National Press Conference, and was subsequently arrested on trumped up charges through the office of Delaware’s Attorney General Beau Biden (eldest son of VP candidate Sen. Joe Biden). Larry has just traveled several thousand miles attending rallies with his signs and flyers, making his claims very public. Yet not one legal action from the Obama campaign.

      On the other side, the Obama team is trying to avoid producing possibly incriminating documents that have been requested in the case of Berg v. Obama to prove his birth place and citizenship. As a distraction, the Obama team has use Blog Talk Radio to be its pit bull, shutting down any blog radio site that interviews or discusses Philip Berg or his case. The reason given: Mr. Berg’s comments that question the veracity of Obama’s own stated word, assumed as Gospel without need of review, are deemed to inciting racism.

       Additionally, the Obama team has not countersued Mr. Berg for libel and defamation of character based on Berg’s allegations.

      So look for the lawsuits and we might just see the answer!