A number of Atlas readers have written that Atlas was cited on FOX News at around 7:00 am this morning -- if anyone can grab the clip ...... I'll be your best friend :)
UPDATE: Atlas broke the story with the indispensable help of researcher Cathy, John Jay, Doc, Slim guy, Randall, Laura - the individual doing the heavy lifting.
Matthew Mosk of the Washington Post did a whitewash on Obama's fraud, do no investigative work and did not even make a cursory call to yours truly. They contacted Powerline - who did no investigative work. Great reporting work, WaPO!
While the potentially fraudulent or excessive contributions represent about 1 percent of Obama's staggering haul, the security challenge is one of several major campaign-finance-related questions raised by the Democrat's fundraising juggernaut.
Uh, says who Mosk? Did you pull that out of your .... ear, or just run what you were told to run by the Obama thugs. Same diff.
First story broke July 19th
CAMPAIGN FINANCE FRAUD: Obama, who is Jeanne McCurdy? July 19, 2008
Obama's Gazan Contributions July 30
MCCAIN MENTIONS GAZA CONTRIBUTIONS October 6
Reich Man, Wrong Address [Mark Steyn]
After my post this morning about a Mr A Hitler of "#1 Reichstag Building, Berlin, Germany" joining Saddam Hussein et al as an enthusiastic contributor to the Obama campaign, several readers wrote to point out that Herr Hitler's obviously fake address should have rung alarm bells with the Senator's supposedly vast army of offline fraud checkers. Apparently, the Fuhrer's correct billing address for his MasterCard should have been not "#1 Reichstag Building", but the Reichskanzlei at Wilhelmstrasse 77.
Well, okay. But just so long as he doesn't try voting twice using his vacation pad at Berchtesgaden.
Incidentally, my only claim to expertise in this Obama scam is that, as an online retailer myself (though sadly on a much reduced scale from the Messiah), I know that the "explanations" for the fraud that the campaign is offering are bunk. But I'm also struck by the remarkable lack of curiosity displayed by the Washington Post and New York Times reporters on this story. Their legwork consists of calling the Obama guys, getting a blandly evasive quote, and then pronouncing: "Case closed." By contrast, look at this list of posts over at Atlas Shrugged, all from one website, and then ponder what, say, a Times investigative team might uncover if they looked into it. Which is presumably why they don't.