Skip to comments.Obituary Omits News About Barack Obama’s Past
Posted on 12/29/2009 7:52:11 AM PST by BobMcCartyWrites
Thomas Lifson, editor at American Thinker, reported late Sunday on the death of Percy Sutton, a Tuskegee Airman who went on to become a civil rights attorney, prominent business owner and president of the New York City borough of Manhattan. In his piece, he reported that The New York Times had missed the boat when writing their own versions of Percy's obituary.
To be precise, the Times -- and most other media outlets -- focused on the fact that Sutton had represented Malcolm X in the early '60s. In doing so, they missed mentioning what Sutton told the audience of New York City's all-news channel, NY1, in 2008 -- that Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour, a wealthy Muslim businessman from Texas, had paid Barack Obama's bills to attend Harvard. It's all in the this video
Hat tip: Noisy Room
Is Mansour mentioned in any of his books?
Anyone can get into Harvard when you pay full price.
Obama takes the cliche of “Sh*t for brains” to a lower level than I though imaginable.
Sacajaweau wrote: “His coke fests are proof of his utter stupidity.”
So, that wasn’t Dr.Scholls’ Products caked on the Sock Puppet in Chief?
Not only did Mansour pay O’s way, but Sutton wrote him a letter of recommendation to Harvard. That’s how a nonentity like him gets in.
That wealthy Saudi is Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. The same guy that Rudy refused to accept millions from after 9/11.
“It’s all in the this video”
FYI... video will not load. I will try it again later, but for now all I get is a white screen.
Ah, I didn't know that.
Obama is easily bought off.
We need to brace ourselves for a devastating attack.
While our morons, that claim to represent us, are whisked away to safety, the sheeple will bear the brunt of it.
It did... thank you.
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