Libel case against obama's 'gay' accuser tossed
A federal judge has dismissed a libel case against a homosexual who claimed Barack Obamaâ€™s 2008 campaign paid to rig a polygraph test regarding his sensational charge that he had sex and used drugs with the future president.
Larry Sinclair â€“who claims he twice engaged in sexual activity and used cocaine with Obama in 1999 when Obama was an Illinois state senator â€“was accused by Internet publisher Daniel Parisi of making false and damaging statements that led to the demise of Parisiâ€™s porn website, Whitehouse.com, in 2008.
The alleged defamation did not center on Sinclairâ€™s charges of sex and drugs with Obama but on Sinclairâ€™s claim in his 2009 book that the Obama campaign and top adviser David Axelrod had agreed to pay Parisi $750,000 to rig the results of a polygraph test.
Parisi failed to present any evidence that Sinclairâ€™s claim about Axelrod and the Obama campaign was false, wrote U.S. District Court Judge Richard J. Leon in his Feb. 28 opinion dismissing the case.
I had forgotten about the murder at Obama's church.
In addition, Sinclair says he believes that the murder of Donald Young â€“the homosexual choirmaster at Rev. Jeremiah Wrightâ€™s Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago â€“was an attempt to protect Barack Obamaâ€™s secrets. Young was murdered shortly before the 2008 Iowa Caucus.
Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it'll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as "one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset." (NYTimes, March 6, 2007)