Skip to comments.Barack Obama: Ghost of Columbia University
Posted on 06/04/2013 12:34:27 PM PDT by Vasilli22
"I am a graduate of Columbia University, Class of 1983. Thats the same class Barack Obama claims to have graduated from. We shared the same exact major- Political Science. We were both Pre Law. It was a small class- about 700 students. The Political Science department was even smaller and closer-knit (maybe 150 students). I thought I knew, or met at least once, (or certainly saw in classes) every fellow Poly Sci classmate in my four years at Columbia.
But not Obama. No one ever met him. Even worse, no one even remembers seeing that unique memorable face. Think about this for a minute. Our classmate is President of the United States. Shouldnt someone remember him? Or at least claim to remember him?"
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I was in Poly Sci at FSU. A large college and I can tell you that there are certain core courses that everyone takes and you would at least have had one class with the guy. There are only so many professors that teach these courses. There is no way they would not remember Barry.
(Now this is interesting, if there is sufficient proof.)
There is proof. No one attends 4 years of college and gets a degree without a paper trail. Obama only has to produce his records to end this issue. Certainly what you would expect any sensible person to do. But for some reason not Obama....
I lived on 112 & Riverside—across the street from Bank St School of Education. When I walked up to Broadway— Tom’s was just across the street.
I don’t recall 0 either. But some of the guys I did a poetry reading with in the Jazz room at the West End swear 0 showed up with a white girl on his arm.
I’ve actually read some of his poetry from the period. Its not crazy. It just meanders.
Yeah you’re right about the anti nuke piece. It wasn’t in the Spectator. It was in the Sundial.
First 2 years, I was in Johnson Hall, then rented from Columbia on Claremont Avenue between 122 and LaSalle. Great times!
I wonder if someone ( George Soros? , Saudis? ) gave Columbia a massive donation to pass him through quick and easy like, just buy the degree outright.
I know, crazy conspiracy...
But seriously, The Poly Sci class was only 150 people tops, and no one rembers the black guy at an ivy league school?
And isn’t Debate a required class for Poly Sci? Hard to phone that in.
“If little ol’ me can leave such a huge trail, then why is the POTUS, of all people, so invisible?”
Even the most invisible nerd in school, the introverted guys and girls who couldn’t get a date, everyone knows them from ridicule, and no one knows this kenyan klown? There was one Freeper I had an argument about months ago about this, and he/she didn’t believe me that more than 600 graduates from the entire 4 year class, I know of.
You’d think no one would remember a commie half-black guy who couldn’t talk well without a teleprompter?
When asked what he did at Columbia, Obama responded, “I like to watch TV.”
"Adapted by Jerzy Kozinsky from his own novel, the movie's about a simple-minded, middle-aged gardener who, after a lifetime of seclusion and safety in a Washington, D.C. townhouse, gets his first exposure to reality beyond the walls of his sheltered existence. His only reference to the world is through his childlike addiction to television, and when a chance encounter brings him into the inner fold of a dying billionaire (Melvyn Douglas), he suddenly finds himself the toast of Washington's political elite. His simple phrases about gardening are misinterpreted as anything from economic predictions to sage political advice..." - - Jeff Shannon (Amazon.com)
(For some reason, the rise of Barack Hussein Obama reminded me of this old movie....)
President "Bobby": "Mr. Gardner, do you agree with Ben, or do you think that we can stimulate growth through temporary incentives?"
Chance the Gardener: "As long as the roots are not severed, all is well. And all will be well in the garden."
President "Bobby": "In the garden."
Chance the Gardener: "Yes. In the garden, growth has it seasons. First comes spring and summer, but then we have fall and winter. And then we get spring and summer again."
President "Bobby": "Spring and summer."
Chance the Gardener: "Yes."
President "Bobby": "Then fall and winter."
Chance the Gardener: "Yes."
Benjamin Rand: "I think what our insightful young friend is saying is that we welcome the inevitable seasons of nature, but we're upset by the seasons of our economy."
Chance the Gardener: "Yes! There will be growth in the spring!"
Benjamin Rand: "Hmm!"
Chance the Gardener: "Hmm!"
President "Bobby": "Hm. Well, Mr. Gardner, I must admit that is one of the most refreshing and optimistic statements I've heard in a very, very long time."
[Benjamin Rand applauds]
President "Bobby": "I admire your good, solid sense. That's precisely what we lack on Capitol Hill."
Yes, I have thought of this movie often since 2008. Every time I hear some idiot like Chris Matthews talk about how brilliant Obama is, I think of Chance the gardener.
Before internet online courses? I don’t believe Obama’s biography.
The only thing we believe about Baraq is that he's a card carrying member of the Chicago political mob.
“There is no There There” Obama describing himself. this would make a great title for a. Obama biography.
It just looks more and more like it wasn't Columbia.
In a way, I agree with Beck in that I’ve never bought the idea of the Pretender in Chief being born in Kenya and therefore being ineligible. I’ve always believed that the Birth Certificate fraud involves paternity (not Barack Obama’s son)and the fact that he attended college as a foreign student and likely received funding because of his status.
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