Skip to content

Barack Obama’s Paperless Trail

November 28, 2008

blank-page.jpg

1. Occidental College records — Not released

2. Columbia College records — Not released

3. Columbia Thesis paper — ‘not available’

4. Harvard College records — Not released

5. Selective Service Registration — “a federal crime” ?

6. Medical records — Not released (except for a one page summary)

7. Illinois State Senate records — ‘not available’

8. Law practice client list — Not released

9. Certified Copy of original Birth certificate — Not released (lawsuits pending)

10. Embossed, signed paper Certification of Live Birth — Not released (lawsuits pending)

11. Harvard Law Review articles published — One “unsigned — and previously unattributed”

12. University of Chicago scholarly articles — None

Barack Obama is and has been all along a CLOSED BOOK.
Interesting though when applying for a position in the Obama Administration, applicants must BARE ALL and then some!

Bloody hypocrite…

Great Black Friday Deals. No Black Friday Blues. @Amazon.com

Advertisements
Leave a Comment
  1. November 30, 2008 3:39 pm

    I don’t think any administration has vetted it’s nominees like this one has. Pretty hilarious coming from the guy who probably couldn’t get a security clearance outside of his own administration.

    Shane Vander Hart’s last blog post..Advent Conspiracy

  2. December 1, 2008 6:47 pm

    You should also include Obama’s failure to complete his original contract with Simon & Schuster for $125,000. Apparently, Simon & Schuster canceled the contract the one-year deadline had expired.

    So at 28, he had just graduated from Harvard Law school and someone throws him $125,000 to write a book? He’s the President of the Law Review (a legal journal!), has one year to write it, and misses the deadline?

    Maybe he didn’t need the money, but a proposal “written” by Obama himself convinced Simon & Schuster to advance $125K to the unpublished author.

    TwoDegrees’s last blog post..Racial Galapagos

  3. December 1, 2008 7:40 pm

    You should also include Obama’s failure to complete his original contract with Simon & Schuster for $125,000. Apparently Simon & Schuster canceled the contract after the one-year deadline had expired.

    To summarize: At age 28 he had just graduated from Harvard Law school. A well known book company throws him $125,000 to write a book. He was the president of the Law Review (a legal journal), has one year to write it, and misses the deadline.

    Maybe he didn’t need the money, but the proposal that convinced Simon & Schuster to advance $125K to the unpublished author was “written” by Obama himself.

    TwoDegrees’s last blog post..Racial Galapagos

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: