Obama's girl 'Ellie' revealed

Phil Boehmke
Thanks to The Cleveland Plain Dealer we now know who Ellie Light really is. It turns out that a fifty-one year old health care worker from Frazier Park California named Winston Steward has confessed to writing the now infamous Ellie Light letters.

"I am Winston Steward and have been sending the letters from Ellie Light," he told The Plain Dealer in an email late Tuesday, following a phone interview in which he said the same. "I hope this ends any confusion and sets the record straight."

Mr. Steward was compelled to write on behalf of the President out of concern for Mr. Obama's dwindling support. This seems rather ironic given the ease with which such a large number of newspaper editors were willing to forego any basic journalistic integrity in order to print the pro-Obama letters. Perhaps Winston was worried about Mr. Obama's flagging support at the grassroots level.

Mr. Obama's overzealous comrade chose to use a pen name because according to Barbara Brooks (who claims to be Steward's wife) "he was afraid he might be attacked by right-wing crazies." A valid point as just last summer there were numerous incidents of intimidation and outright violence during the town hall meetings and Obamacare protests. Ordinary citizens who were exercising their first amendment rights were threatened, roughed up, assaulted and on one occasion a senior citizen in California (Steward's home state) had one of his fingers bitten off. Of course the violent incidents to which I refer were committed by Obama supporters and on numerous occasions they were perpretated by S.E.I.U. thugs.

While it appears as though Mr. Steward had engaged in his Obamaganda efforts on his own initiative, we should be mindful of the many print media professionals who enabled his campaign either through their negligence or pro-Obama editorial agenda.

Just an observation here; Winston Steward is a health care worker (a heavily unionized occupation) in California. The odds are excellent that Mr. Steward is a member of the S.E.I.U (which boasts some 700,000 members in California)., but that's just speculation on my part.


Phil Boehmke/philbepreston@yahoo.com

Thanks to The Cleveland Plain Dealer we now know who Ellie Light really is. It turns out that a fifty-one year old health care worker from Frazier Park California named Winston Steward has confessed to writing the now infamous Ellie Light letters.

"I am Winston Steward and have been sending the letters from Ellie Light," he told The Plain Dealer in an email late Tuesday, following a phone interview in which he said the same. "I hope this ends any confusion and sets the record straight."

Mr. Steward was compelled to write on behalf of the President out of concern for Mr. Obama's dwindling support. This seems rather ironic given the ease with which such a large number of newspaper editors were willing to forego any basic journalistic integrity in order to print the pro-Obama letters. Perhaps Winston was worried about Mr. Obama's flagging support at the grassroots level.

Mr. Obama's overzealous comrade chose to use a pen name because according to Barbara Brooks (who claims to be Steward's wife) "he was afraid he might be attacked by right-wing crazies." A valid point as just last summer there were numerous incidents of intimidation and outright violence during the town hall meetings and Obamacare protests. Ordinary citizens who were exercising their first amendment rights were threatened, roughed up, assaulted and on one occasion a senior citizen in California (Steward's home state) had one of his fingers bitten off. Of course the violent incidents to which I refer were committed by Obama supporters and on numerous occasions they were perpretated by S.E.I.U. thugs.

While it appears as though Mr. Steward had engaged in his Obamaganda efforts on his own initiative, we should be mindful of the many print media professionals who enabled his campaign either through their negligence or pro-Obama editorial agenda.

Just an observation here; Winston Steward is a health care worker (a heavily unionized occupation) in California. The odds are excellent that Mr. Steward is a member of the S.E.I.U (which boasts some 700,000 members in California)., but that's just speculation on my part.


Phil Boehmke/philbepreston@yahoo.com