Congressman Eni F.H. Faleomavaega (try saying that twice) represents American Samoa. The very same American Samoa that received $33 million dollars of pork in the $700 billion dollar economic bailout package that passed the Democrat led congress a couple of weeks ago. And the very same American Samoa that managed to find itself exempt from the new minimum wage law passed by the same Democrat led congress back in January.
Faleomavaega recently traveled to Indonesia to meet with government officials. But here's the kicker, while there Faleomavaega visited the boyhood school of Barack Obama.
According to Indonesian sources, officials that travelled with Falemavaega were interested in acquiring all photos and documentation of Barack Obama's time in the country. These officials paid cash for these documents that they say were for America's national archives.
As a result of Faleomavaega's visit, Barack Obama's boyhood school will receive thousands of dollars in contributions for upgrades and computer equipment.
This begs the obvious question, what documents did Faleomavaega and his entourage remove from Indonesia and what did they say about the man who is poised to become America's next president?
Hat tip: atlas shrugs