|Norfolk, CT does hold answers to: Will the real Barack Hussien Obama aka Barry Soetoro please stand up?|
All around the world these days, maybe due to availability to the news, a person who is out and about can't stop from knowing about one form of corruption or another.
In the United States of America there seems to be so much more Corruption these days that it takes a full time secretary to keep a person abreast.
The man who holds probably the most influential position in all of the modern world, has all, if not more than most, of the markings of being the all time worlds greatest corrupt person, next to Lucifer.
Many want to know his past, yet he refrains from allowing that to be known. Others just don't care to know since they seem to be benefiting - at the moment - from the widespread chaos taking place in the USA & around the world.
What ever your stand on who Barack Hussien Obama aka Barry Soetoro is, for him to not be clear and transparent should be a red flaming flag for nay blind person to see and want to know! A truly compassionate person would come clean just to put to rest any and all speculation, conspiracy and/or confusion. That is, unless unrest is what he actually seeks to play out his part in the horrors ruling the world today
Mikhael Love, IIO
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Scary stuff, isn't it?
Thomas G. Ayers (February 16, 1915, Detroit, Michigan – June 8, 2007, Chicago, Illinois) was president (1964–1980), CEO and chairman (1973–1980) of Commonwealth Edison.
Ayers served as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Northwestern University, the Erikson Institute, the Bank Street College of Education in New York City, the Chicago Symphony, the Chicago Community Trust, the Chicago Urban League, the Community Renewal Society, the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, Chicago United, the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, and Dearborn Park Corp., and served as vice president of the Chicago Board of Education.
Ayers also served on the board of directors of Sears, G.D. Searle, Chicago Pacific Corp., Zenith Corp., Northwest Industries, General Dynamics Corp. of St. Louis, First National Bank of Chicago, the Chicago Cubs, and the Tribune Co.
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