Skip to comments.Kagan and Obama Go Way Back
Posted on 05/10/2010 9:45:58 AM PDT by Nachum
If Elena Kagan had her way, Barack Obama might never have become president.
The current Solicitor General and soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice tried her best to woo Obama to a life in academia when the two worked at the University of Chicago, according to MSNBC's First Read.
Kagan joined the staff there in 1991 and won tenure in 1995. Obama was a part-time lecturer there between 1992 and 2004, when he was elected to the U.S. Senate, but according to reports she tried to convice him to pursue a tenure track.
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The list, ping
“Obama was a part-time lecturer there between 1992 and 2004”
That pretty much puts an end to his claim to having been a “Professor” then, doesn’t it?
Jesus, does anyone believe this crap?
Did everyone see the post about how no one wanted Obama at all at the University of Chicago due to his lack of intellectual powers? They tried to refuse him, but they were ordered to take him in, just so she could get some background and walk around now announcing how used to be a university professor, a law professor in fact when he was not. He was just a part-time lecturer that no one wanted and just took him in for political correctness.
I read the article what a load of crap.
Let me get this straight:
The Muslim Obama is tight friends with a giant fat ugly lesbian professor.
Gee, what a surprise!
Another thug on the Supreme Court.
This one looks like a dyke. She looks like a lesbian.
Anyone know if she is married?
Just wait, next it’ll come out that they were wooing each other back on campus.
That pretty much puts an end to his claim to having been a Professor then, doesnt it?
You mean he's not a "Constitutional Scholar"???
“You mean he’s not a “Constitutional Scholar”??? “
He’s more like Constitutional Cholera...
The gay Muslim Obama is tight friends with a giant fat ugly lesbian.
That's more like it!!
Another Chicago elitist thug
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