Skip to comments.The Amateur by Ed Klein
Posted on 07/20/2012 7:17:55 AM PDT by Jerrybob
Ed Klein told nearly 2,000 conservatives and libertarians who jammed the main ballroom at FreedomFest last week several shocking stories he heard while conducting the nearly 200 interviews that formed the basis of his bestselling book, The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House. But none was more gripping than what he learned during his three-hour interview with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obamas longtime pastor in Chicago.
At first I had no interest in talking to Rev. Wright, Klein told us. But several African-Americans I spoke with said he had a story I had to hear. Somewhat to his surprise, Wright not only agreed to meet with Klein but gave him permission to record the interview.
so what is the big secret
When BO first came to Rev. Wright, he was “steeped in islam” according to the Rev. BO and MO are not “church people” according to the Rev.
The Rev. was offered $150K to dummy up during BO’s Campaignulation. This one is not news.
Bill Clinton called BO an amateur, tried to get Hillary to run against him this year.
There’s something wrong with the time signature. I’m writing this at 10:223 EDT on my computer clock.
6 posted on Fri Jul 20 2012 12:09:26 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time) by imardmd1
Neither the hour at EDT nor the minutes was correct.
It is now 10:31 AM EDT on my computer clock.
Obama's secret life is strange enough a radical black minister finds it odd...
It is a better read than I expected. I am only half way through, however, there is only so much about the subject character that I can tolerate without digestive problems.
I told him we didnt need to meet in a secure location, Wright told Klein. I said he could just come to my home. After all, hed been there before at least a hundred times.
Obama wanted a 'secure location' because he feared his own minister might tape him. This is how members of organized crime families and spys act - it's NOT how honest citizen act.
How would the suck-ups at the New York Times and Washington Post react if Romney met with his minister and offered him a hundred and fifty THOUSAND dollars to keep quiet? I suspect they're cover that story - for the next 5 months. When it's their boy, they keep quiet. Obama doesn't have to pay off the New York Times - they 'don't snitch' for free. eff 'em.
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