I love when she says “Me and Barack.” I guess an Ivy League education isn’t (or should I say “ain’t”) what it used to be.
Beverly Hills, huh? I wonder if he earlier addressed the homies in South Central and the handlers forgot to change the TOTUS language mode..
I’m glad I ain’t in their league.
Well lets axe them why they talk like that
They both went through on the “special” plan. They could and probably did just mail it in and got their degrees because 1. they were lefties and 2. They were minorities and 3. the snobbish and racist lefty administrators and professors felt they had to look out for people who are not as good as they are and 4. In Barack’s case, he likely used the “international” student card.
Bill Clinton knew how to use the system to get his great grades, but he was still intelligent enough to do a lot of the work. He used the lefty card, but didn’t have the minority or minority/international student card.
I think we can all confidently say that the Clinton’s are smarter than the Obamas. I never thought we would have more crass and classless residents in the Whitehouse, then came the Obamas.
Ok, I am done rambling. Will the trashy Obamas get 4 more years????
They may have attended Harvard, but neither is considered “Harvard educated”. It takes more than just warming a seat to learn and understand the material.
The problem with Harvard appears to be the fact that a significant proportion of their graduates are not educated in any reasonable sense of the word. (Science, engineering, and math grads excepted, of course.)
The Obamaloon and wife are prime examples.
I guess it was a 100 years ago that some grammar perfessor declared the word “ain’t” verboten.
People continue to defy that ruling.
Maybe just this once, the guardians of the proper English usage should bow to the will of the people who use the language and embrace the one forbidden word.
It’s what she does more than what she says, and what she says more than how she says it that I despise her for.
Something funnier- I couldn’t find it on newsbird. It was from a while back and I just ‘cain’t’ stomach reading anything about this ilk.
Anyhoo, she is at a function in Maine. The abbreviation for Maine, of course, is ME. So on the teleprompter- who knew IT needed a teleprompter as well- it said, ‘Yea for ME’ which, obviously meant Maine.
But the Wook, was cheering herself on at the beginning of her speech at this fundraising ladies’ luncheon with her fists waving, “Yea for Me!!! Yea for Me!!” instead of “Yea for Maine!!! Yea for Maine!!!”
All that taxpayer funded edumucashun fer nuttin’.
They both went to Harvard LAW School. One is supposed to be ‘educated’ long before entering those hallowed halls. So the rap here, such as it may be, falls on Columbia/Occidental and Princeton, which institutions similarly would expect their students to arrive on campus with superior articulation skills. Or at least they once did.
He ain’t American, he’s Kenyan.
I think ain’t was added to the English dictionary a few years back.
John Kerry says “supposably” when he means “supposedly.” Saw Gwen Ifill do it this weekend. Dumbasses.
Well first of all this proves that they were “passed” based on “color” instead of “character” and “acheivement”.
Secondly, a degree from Harvard isn’t worth the recycled paper it’s printed on IMO.
An EX-uncle of mine, is a Harvard grad and is dumber than a bag of hammers.
The Einstein took a gel filled heating pad and instead of putting it in the microwave for two minutes to warm it up, he thought that it would be faster to warm it up in a frying pan. (I wish I were making this up)
Actually ‘aint’ has been a very real English word from, at the latest, the time of Shakespeare.