Skip to comments.Obama’s feeling sorry for himself
Posted on 08/11/2010 6:39:21 AM PDT by no-llmd
I strongly suspect that Obama has led a life in which he has *always* been able to find the easy way out, and up till now this has always worked for him. Look at his biography sure, his mothers troubles are well documented, but at an early age he went to live with his wealthy hawaiian grandparents, one of whom was a bank vice president. Come on even as a kid, he lived the dream that the rest of us could only fantasize about. He went to one of the best prep schools in the state. Then he partied his way through his undergrad degree at Occiental notice how the records have never been released? (well, theres that possible Indonesian Exchange Student thing) But he presented well, and he got someone big to clear his way to Harvard (he didnt do it on his own, no way)
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100% on the money.
I still don’t believe I really know who Barrack Hussein Obama really is. At least now I feel like I can say his middle name.
Yeah, time for another vacation or two, three, four, five.....
The privileged ruling class figurehead has failed miserably. He should feel sorry for the millions of Americans he has hurt with his policies, not for himself.
AJ-Strata deigning to wonder about Obama’s records? Gee, will he wonder about the most basic and primal of those records next? That is, the records of the mystery man’s birth?
Ask me if I pity the SOB..... =.=
“Then he partied his way through his undergrad degree at Occiental”
Nice rant, but he transferred to Columbia, so he never got a degree from Occidental. Having graduated from Columbia, getting into Harvard Law isn’t that much of a stretch. But one wonders who tipped the scales to allow a self-acknowledged “party boy” into Columbia in the first place. Such transfers normally would be limited to a very small handful of students who in their freshman year demonstrated they were truly Columbia material. There’s nothing in the record that suggests Obama came anywhere close to doing this.
You have to recite his entire name, followed by "mmm mmm mmm".
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