OK, $20,000 is not the lottery, but for a lot of people it's about their annual income. Even for me, it would be a welcome bit of extra funds for our family. Well, get busy you internet sleuths and investigative journalists, because now, if you can dig up Barack Obama's College transcripts, it's worth a cool $20K to you. It's the capitalistic version of "spread the wealth," which simply means you provide a service, hard work or information in exchange for something else. No government involvement necessary.
Update: 5/21/ 2012 – Due to additional support from the community we’re raising the bounty for Obama’s transcripts to $20,000.
You’ve failed, media.
You’ve had over three years to vet President Barack Obama. Yet in three years in office and over a year of campaigning beforehand, you have either been oddly uninterested or purposefully ignorant of Barack Obama’s educational history. You were, however, quite interested in George Bush’s transcripts.
This uncharacteristic absence of curiosity about an American president alarms us. At $15 trillion, our nation’s debt is the highest it has ever been – and it keeps growing. We’re not convinced that Barack is as smart as you media elitists keep insisting he is.
We therefore offer in reward $10,000 $20,000 to anyone who provides the college transcripts of President Barack Obama. Occidental, Harvard, Columbia…any would represent more intellectual curiosity about the leader of the free world than the media has demonstrated since Obama won the Democrat primary.
Upon obtaining any of these transcripts, please contact war[at]thetrenches[dot]us for verification and payment. This offer goes into effect immediately.
There is money to be had out there people and it goes to a good cause: fully vetting and exposing Barack Obama and getting the truth out to the American people. It's also a great way to stimulate the economy, especially your own personal economy. Let's make it happen!Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.