More About the Enemies List of Richard Milhous Obama

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Obama has a Nixonian enemies list and he has not ramped it down since it became the source of harsh criticism. Obama’s team might actually be accelerating.

Attack Watch, the President’s campaign attack site, listed Romney donors’ names and information with scurrilous reports about them, all of which have been proven false.

The reason they were targeted is because they gave to a Romney PAC.

One of the victims was Frank Vandersloot, an Idaho businessman.

He was accused of being disreputable, which was untrue. Then his divorce records were published by investigators connected to Obama.

Now Vandersloot has been advised that he is being audited by not one, but two federal agencies, something that has never happened to him before despite the decades he has been in business. The IRS and Department of Labor are both investigating his enterprise.

The D of L is investigating the employees on his ranch, with their sights set on three people, two of whom are brothers. [Three people? Seriously???]

via the WSJ

…The H-2A program allows tens of thousands of temporary workers in the U.S.; Mr. VanderSloot employs precisely three. All are from Mexico and have worked on the VanderSloot ranch—which employs about 20 people—for five years. Two are brothers. Mr. VanderSloot has never been audited for this, though two years ago his workers’ ranch homes were inspected. (The ranch was fined $8,400, mainly for too many “flies” and for “grease build-up” on the stove. God forbid a cattle ranch home has flies.)

This letter requests an array of documents to ascertain whether Mr. VanderSloot’s “foreign workers are provided the full scope of protections” under the visa program: information on the hours they’ve worked each day and their rate of pay, an explanation of their deductions, copies of contracts. And on and on…

Is this a coincidence or a sign of a tyrannical government? People need to care about this.

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