As a result, the patriots at FreeRepublic.com have rightfully asked the Obama campaign to renounce the contribution.
"The leader of our military must have the confidence of the American people that he is not in bed with America's enemies," said Kristinn Taylor, co-leader of the DC Chapter of Free Republic. "It is therefore incumbent upon Sen. Obama that he immediately repudiate the $2300 terrorist supporter Jodie Evans has contributed to his presidential campaign. Rather than return her blood money to Ms. Evans, the money should be given to a troop support organization of Sen. Obama's choice.
"Should Sen. Obama elect to keep Ms. Evans' contribution, it will tell the American people that he shares her support for the terrorist-led insurgency in Iraq," Taylor added.
After further research, Taylor has also discovered that Evans is a bundler for Obama and raised over $50,000 for him, according to records at Public Citizen. A bundler is defined by Public Citizen as "fundraisers who pool a large number of campaign contributions from political action committees (PACs) and individuals. Bundlers, who are often corporate CEOs, lobbyists, hedge fund managers or independently wealthy people, are able to funnel far more money to campaigns than they could personally give under campaign finance laws."
Evans was an international observer for the June 2005 International Tribunal on Iraq, according to the Washington City Paper. A statement signed by attendees of the tribunal called the terrorist insurgency as “legitimate and justified” and called for war crimes charges against President Bush and world leaders who supported the invasion. Evans said at the tribunal:
"We must begin by really standing with the Iraqi people and defending their right to resist. I can remain myself against all forms of violence, and yet I cannot judge what someone has to do when pushed to the wall to protect all they love. The Iraqi people are fighting for their country, to protect their families and to preserve all they love. They are fighting for their lives, and we are fighting for lies."At home, Evans and her Code Pinkos have held protests outside Walter Reed Hospital since 2005. While soldiers wounded in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars recovered from their wounds, Evans and her group of traitors held signs reading "Maimed for a lie" and "Enlist here and die for Halliburton."
Additionally, Evans and Code Pinko sent $600,000 in aid to the terrorist insurgency in Fallujah, Iraq in late 2004. The story was virtually ignored by the liberal MSM.
Obama should give up the money and renounce Code Pinko if he has any desire to be President. Anyone who dares to align themselves with such a group of traitors is unqualified to hold elected office in this nation.