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Posted on 05/02/2012 12:18:02 PM PDT by Nachum
It only took nearly six years for the media to begin vetting President Obamas past.
Today, Vanity Fair released an excerpt from a new biography of Barack Obama by David Maraniss. The excerpt discusses Barack Obama's first love affair, with a white Australian woman named Genevieve Cook. It's a telling examination of who Obama was as a young man -- and it shows a self-absorbed "internationalist" with delusions of grandeur.
Photo credit Vanity Fair.
The book itself sounds like an ode to Obama. Maraniss writes, At age 20, Obama was a man of the world He could not be of one place, rooted and provincial. No, says Maraniss, this was a broadminded young man who knew the ways of different cultures better than he knew himself.
When he first moved to New York, he was in the midst of an affair with Alexandra McNear, a girl from Occidental. They exchanged a series of purple letters with one another turgid missives from overfevered young minds. Here, for example, is tendentious Obama explaining poetry to his young girlfriend:
I havent read The Waste Land for a year, and I never did bother to check all the footnotes. But I will hazard these statementsEliot contains the same ecstatic vision which runs from Münzer to Yeats. However, he retains a grounding in the social reality/order of his time. Facing what he perceives as a choice between ecstatic chaos and lifeless mechanistic order, he accedes to maintaining a separation of asexual purity and brutal sexual reality. And he wears a stoical face before this. Read his essay on Tradition and the Individual Talent, as well as Four Quartets,
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Thanks to all researchers/educators/linkers/citizen-journalists. OUTSTANDING thread BUMP!
Somebody posted the first paragraph of Dreams on Facebook and attributed it to Sarah Palin.
The liberals were ecstatic... they didn’t even notice that it could not have been written by Palin; they were all excited by the overwriting and the turgid prose.
Said it sounded like an entry into that contest... you know the one ... can’t remember the name right now.. ‘it was a dark and stormy night, etc.’
Yes, I thought I'd mentioned a couple years ago the sign on the right of the doorway of the building that says "Photo" and the portraits on the left side of the doorway. I'm 'assuming' they went in to get the formal family photo and the one outside was one of them snapping pics as they came out. It's doubtful it's a woman taking it as it seems to be taken slightly above them. Maybe the tall husband dude? Possibly taken from on a vehicle or the back of a truck parked in the street?
I am sure the black SUV:S will be pulling up at any time. LOL
OBL said, “I will destroy America in the belly of the eagle”
"The photo depicts Stanley Ann Dunham, Stanley Ann Dunham in a school uniform with the insignia of College Notre Dame de Jamhour, a private Jesuit school in Beirut."
A few years ago, Soros was asked to head up J.P. Morgan.
With most people it’s a 6 degree separation. With these partiers it’s 3 degrees at most.
Wonder if the school had a summer program that allowed girls. The Dunhams dress always had a "travel" feel to me.
From the blackboard, I can’t remember, did we ever find out where Eagle Rock High School was?
Interesting list of important party supplies for minors: screwdriver, vodka, 7 & 7, rum, pina coladas, margaritas, etc.
It’s in Eagle Rock CA. NE of downtown LA and near Glendale.
About that link with Hussein’s sexual perversions, is it any wonder after 5 years that they HAD to wave around a couple composite/real/fake girlfriends.
Hmm, so how did you know? Is there something you need to fess up about? Come on, you saved your lawn mowing money to buy a Members Only jacket, right? ;)
That’s really hilarious he was supposedly so in love with that jacket he kept it all those years. Quick, someone needs to call Faleomavaega in case he can find it and put it in that president library he was buying up all those Indonesian records for.
Yeah, that’s the only one I found.
The image of the Dunhams on the couch with Stanley Ann has never been identified as to location, and the initials on Stanley Ann’s dress are an unknown also. You can read it all over the web, but that doesn’t make it so. Yes, they might very well have been somewhere in the middle east as suggested, but as I keep trying to make it clear, as far as we have been able to ascertain, the school Notre Dame d’Jamour was a Jesuit institution which did not accept girls until the seventies.
You’re right I think, the family group in #275 shows Malik, the tall one wearing glasses, he’s not in the group in the street - so he might have been the one who took the photograph. It’s just weird the way zero is standing there in front of the other two, looking like he’s not connected, like he was dropped into the composition from elsewhere...
Has anyone figured out what is on Stanley Armor’s tie? Is it a tie clip? To me, it looks “flat”, a design printed on the fabric itself. Is the center of the design a Star of David?
it's nothing...significant that I can see
the problem is, I have never seen HOW WHEN OR BY WHOM it was established that what you see on her dress stands for Notre Dame d'Jamour.
Curious fact: their e-mail address is: