Who Won Tickets to “Wish Barack a Happy Birthday?”


by Sharon Rondeau

Were “two lucky winners” flown to Chicago to have “dinner with Barack,” or were the plans quietly changed?

(Aug. 13, 2012) — Prior to Obama’s claimed birthday on August 4, his campaign had announced a contest which anyone could enter by donating $3.00, after which two winners would be chosen to “wish Barack a happy birthday” “face to face” at his Chicago home hosted by his wife, Michelle.  “Dinner with Barack” was also offered as an enticement for people to enter the contest.

After the “deadline” passed, the Obama campaign continued to solicit donations.  On August 4, Obama spent the day without his family at Camp David in Maryland, not in Chicago.  There was no birthday party except at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Washington, DC.

At some point, it was announced, possibly by a backdated article, that Obama’s birthday party would not take place on August 4 but would instead occur as a group of fundraisers on August 12.  The day before Obama’s alleged birthday, The New York Times stated that the August 12 fundraisers would be held “with a bunch of strangers,” adding that “charging money to enter contests is illegal.”

What happened to the “birthday party at their Chicago home?”  Is anyone investigating what happened to the $3.00 “donations?”

Obama left for Chicago on Saturday for a series of fundraisers over the weekend.  “No public schedule” was posted on the White House presidential schedule for both Saturday and Sunday, although Obama greeted supporters when he arrived in Chicago on Saturday.  There was no mention of his birthday in the weekend schedule published by Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times.

There are also no close-up photos of either Michelle or Barack Obama as they pursued different campaign activities on Saturday.  That evening, Sweet reported that “The pool got a distant view in the dark of POTUS walking down the back stairs to his SUV followed by his Secret Service detail.” Obama had first visited his campaign headquarters and was reported by campaign adviser David Axelrod to have “fired up the team.”

Do they look “fired up?”

Obama’s re-election campaign has occupied its Chicago location since May of last year.  Exactly one month ago, a 29-year-old campaign staffer collapsed and passed away while at work there.

On Sunday, Obama attended five fundraisers.  It appears that a $3.00 entry fee turned into a $40,000-a-head event.

Obama’s remarks made at a private fundraiser today focused on the economy, “Wall Street reform,” and the national debt as a “real problem.”

When did the Obamas’ plans change, and what happened to the “two lucky winners?”

There are those who say that Obama was not born on August 4.

5 Responses to "Who Won Tickets to “Wish Barack a Happy Birthday?”"

  1. gigclick   Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 7:41 PM

    Somethin’ real evil bout’ that place and the people that live in it.

  2. gigclick   Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 11:28 AM

    Correction-that house reminds me of a miniature kremlin of ussr fame!

  3. gigclick   Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 11:25 AM

    That house kind of reminds me of a miniature kremln of ussr fame.

  4. Drew   Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at 12:42 PM

    What I would like to know is when is the government going to start charging his campaign for all this travel for fundraisers and campaigning all over the country. At this point, he should owe one huge sum of money.

  5. gigclick   Monday, August 13, 2012 at 11:53 PM

    Happy Birthday? How about Treason, Perjury and Election Fraud?

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