Skip to comments.Was Comrade Obama Ever A Professor Of Constitutional Law?…
Posted on 04/11/2010 1:18:54 PM PDT by Federalist Patriot
The Manchurian President
Are attorneys Barack and Michelle Obama currently licensed to practice law?
Was Barack Obama ever a professor of constitutional law at the University of Chicago?
In recent days, these questions have once again gone viral on the Internet. . . .
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We know he isn’t a natural born citizen.
Obama is a colossal fraud, complete with a seriously bogus resume. Your Aunt Tess is as much of a “Constitutional Law Professor.” Obama just completely made that up, along with lots, lots more.
I don’t believe he was ever a Professor. I think he was a lecturer which is very different.
President Obama didn’t mean to tell an untruth...it was a spelling error. He meant to say he was a “Conspitational” law professor.
Usually the term Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor apply to full time faculty members at a college or university. If someone is hired to teach with a course by course contract, they are considered an adjunct instructor or professor. Instructor or professor depends on each college’s designation.
Clearly Obama was never a professor of constitutional law at the University of Chicago’s Law school. He was hired to teach a course now and then.
He spent more time looking for loopholes I suspect.
Find the vague interpretations best suited for an affirmative action con artist.
Use it against the voters.
Biggest con job in election history.
“I dont believe he was ever a Professor. I think he was a lecturer which is very different.”
Correct. AND Obama was hated by the real faculty at the Chicago Law School as a lazy, incompetent faker.
Apparently a very BORING lecturer.
He must have put every audience to sleep, as I haven't heard one single source come out and say they remembered any of his lectures.
After being President I bet he claims “Ruler of the World” on his resume.
There has to be a mechanism to dump this POS!
Fifteen minutes of emoting, 45 minutes of filling in the blank spaces with ‘uh, uh, uhs.’
Where were these professor in the Law School before the election. I don’t recall one of them speaking out about Obama before the election. Even now just a juicy tidbit from an un-named professor.
There appears to have been a lot of political pressure placed on the law school to hire Obama even for one or two courses.
You think he could have audited a few economics classes at the most prestigious econ school in the country.
A lecturer? More like a TA. Graduate students who are paid to “instruct”.
TAs also instruct. Wasn’t he just a TA? I’m a TA. I’m a scholarship grad student paid a pittance to teach history to undergraduates. He was definitely not any form of professor or even adjunct. Me thinks he exaggerated his resume. Imagine that.
But he *did* stay at a Holiday Inn Express, one time.
That leads to an interesting question, when I was an undergraduate local papers routinely published the “Dean's List”,etc. Also so did the school newspapers, has anyone found & put on-line any examples of Occidental’s or Colombia's Dean's Lists, etc. where Bammy demonstrated his incredible intellect.
Absolutely not. He was a part-time lecturer. There is a huge difference between a lecturer and a professor.
No, he was not a TA; a TA is usually a graduate student working on an advanced degree as you know. I was one once also. You are right about the pittance. However, Obama had the required degree to teach law school. He was hired as an adjunct professor (or whatever the law school calls their adjuncts. It could be adjunct instructor, adjunct assistant professor etc.
He was a lecturer. Sort of an academic day laborer.
The law department didn’t want him as a professor or lecturer but were told to find him a job by the board.
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