Skip to comments.Obama Classmate Dishes to Fox News (VIDEO)
Posted on 01/04/2013 8:57:09 AM PST by JesseWatters
OReilly Factor correspondent Jesse Watters spoke to the Presidents former classmate, Bernice Bowers, who attended the Punahou School in Honolulu with Barack Obama. She shared her memories of Barry as a student, her feelings about his friends and family, elaborated on the schools unique curriculum and weighed in on the infamous birth certificate controversy.
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That woman was clearly coached to spill the propaganda. Fox was the perfect outlet to dump it to—and they gobbled it right up.
Some of us also know other people that attended HS with barry. He was a major drug dealer in HS. Did that come out in the interview? Of course not. Where are your responses to comments made to you?
Uh, actually, in HS he was a known drug dealer by many of his classmates.
He and I went to different schools together....
Everyone sees him as Hawaiis son, said Bernice Bowers, Obamas high school classmate who also worked closely with him during the presidential campaign. Obama brings Hawaiian values namely, respect for other cultures to his governance, Bowers told the Banner. Because of this, he resonates with the people of Hawaii he is personifying local values.
Eric Kusunoki, Obamas high school homeroom teacher for four years, added that the president gained a lot growing up in Hawaii. Because everyone is a minority on the islands, Hawaiians have a broader worldview, are more inclusive, and understand how to cooperate, qualities that Kusunoki sees in the president. Obama also holds on to friends from his Hawaii days. Bowers explained that when the president visits, he spends time with his close friends from high school, instead of just rubbing shoulders with the powerful. He has stayed very true to his close friends.
He still seemed like the same guy, said Kusunoki, who spent time with Obama during his August and December 2008 visits. He was always a good listener, his teacher added, who had very good people skills, and a good personality.
Agreed. He is in a position of state that requires right thinking and decision making regardless of personality.
You can read all about him on the net.
Agree 100% except we used to call these "photostat(s)". The process used a very large, fixed focus (finite conjugate ratio lens) camera with a xenon arc light on each side of the camera, illuminating the document to be copied. The document was held on a vacuum frame, which is a box with perforations that uses a blower to produce a slight vacuum to hold the document flat with no cover glass to cause reflections. The camera and document holder were usually large enough to produce copies of 'C' sized (17" x 22") documents.
Lastly the exposure is made directly on to photographic print paper with no intermediary film negative. That is why the copy has a black background with white printing. Since the paper copy needed to be wet processed to develop and fix the image the camera was permanently set up in a "dark room".
No, I’m not in the wrong place. I’m in the part of FR where you can be an ardent libertarian and Constitutional conservative Christian. I hate statism and love freedom, I hate the perverted things people do (we all have issues BTW) but don’t hate people. I don’t have to hate people to hate the things people do. Maybe you don’t belong in that part of FR.
You don’t have to hate a person to hate what he does. Some people here seem to have a problem with that concept.
Unnnngh on that then.
A man is defined by his actions, so in hating the actions you hate the man.
0bama is not a "nice" guy. He is a malignant narcissist and arrogant Stalinist thug whose entire purpose in life is to destroy this country. A "nice" guy would not watch four Americans die on live tv and order the military to stand down.
MAN defines man by his actions. But God doesn’t and he has the final say.
What makes this one MORE irritating, is that he was supposedly the one that interviewed the ding-bat.... There are many questions we want to ask about why it was so ‘softball’...
I completely agree. Y'all think it might something contractual? I have no idea but it is damn sure frustrating. I think I'd much rather he just stop posting than not conversing. Matter of fact, I know that I would.
This BC issue just gets curiouser and curiouser. Why would Fox News send out a reporter now to dig up a woman who said just about the same stuff in an interview posted in 2010?
And what about his headline?
Orly must be keeping it in the news so that some are worried about it.
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