"What Are the Odds?"

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Posted: Jan 04, 2010 11:00 PM
First there were Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers and Malik Shabazz--all very controversial individuals with ties to the Obama administration whose names were recorded on the White House visitors log.  The White House denied these individuals were actually the notorious individuals in question--Obama's radical preacher, an unrepentant terrorist and a leader of the New Black Panthers.  No, no... it was all just a coincidence.

Now Andrew Breitbart is asking questions about another name which has popped up on the list: Bertha Lewis.  Off the top of my head, I could tell you that Bertha Lewis is the national head of ACORN, the embattled community organization near and dear to Obama's heart.  But, once again, the White House is saying this visitor is a different Bertha Lewis. 
...[M]aybe the Bertha Lewis listed here isn’t the CEO of ACORN. Just another Bertha Lewis who gets special weekend access to the White House Residence, complete with an extra-special staff tour. Sure, possible, but we’d love to see a bookie’s odds on that.
Seriously, what are the chances the Obama White House would have a Wright, Ayers, Shabazz and Lewis all on its guest list and NONE of them be the individuals with actual ties to the administration?