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I n the United States you cannot get a security clearance to work in the military or public jobs if you have family with foreign affiliation or living abroad. The same should apply to Obama.

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in response to reader comment: could the DOD grant Sen. Obama a Top Secret security clearance BEFORE his becoming a Commander-in-Chief ?

Submitted by TG (United States), May 22, 2008 at 02:20

How can we as a Nation allow Obama to run for President if he does not have a secret clearance? Are we crazy?

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