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Posted on 06/02/2012 3:51:07 PM PDT by ColdOne
'He can't dunk, wore his hat cocked to look cool and danced like Mick Jagger': Explosive book reveals Obama's not-so-presidential past ....FULL TITLE
He had a pet ape named Tata, spent his evenings smoking pot and when he was in the third-grade wrote a paper about how he wanted to be President.
Biographer David Maraniss's explosive book on the life of Barack Obama reveals a young President when he was just known as 'Barry'.
The book, Barack Obama: The Story, will be on bookstores June 19, but leaked snippets reveal his sordid pot-smoking past, string of relationships with different women and his love of basketball.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
He plays basketball like John Kerry plays football, like a clumsy dorkish pretender.
There is no string of women. The gay stuff must be starting to stick in their polling.
This book will turn out to be a resume’ enhancer for the “one”.
And don’t forget, his fastball makes Jamey Moyer’s look like Nolan Ryan’s.
He wanted to be President of INDONESIA....How American is that???
Larry’s next book about Obama supposedly has a working title of “One Man Standing” which implies the other man just might be kneeling.
If the book doesn’t contain zero engaged in sodomy and general faggotry, we know it’s BS......
What? Is this the beginning of the overdue vetting process that should have been done in ‘07-’08 by a sycophant media?
I remember that well. Actually, it was the White Sox. His supposed “favorite team”.
During the campaign the broadcasters had him in the booth and he said what a big fan he’s been for years and years. They asked his favorite, current or past.
Obama hesitated and said “all of them”.
“ALL OF THEM”?!
He had an opportunity to mention Minnie Minosa (first black player), Ozzie Guillen, fan-favorite Harold Baines, Dick Allen, Luke Appling, etc...
It was quite obvious he didn’t know a SINGLE player by name. Past or present.
A phoney through-and-through.
(of course the White Sox broadcasters quickly went on to another easy question)
Unfortunately, he was not also the first black president, but the last black president.
We’ll never get the chance to put a Sowell or Williams or J.R. Brown in the WH, thanks to zero.
He started out as Tata..