Giving us MORE than the MSM is willing to reveal about BHO ( after all they’ve got a big job… chasing after Sarah…looking under rocks for her ‘evil’ connections)
But BHO and the Annenberg Connection?! Barack Hussein Obama and his WEATHERMAN Connection…Nope.
Not news … But…
“…Once Upon a Time” the Obaminator bragged about the CAC:
Thanks to http://nakedemperornews.com you can SEE: “Obama saying the job Ayers gave him is one of his major qualifications for political office. In this video he also calls Rev Meeks and Father Pfleger friends.”
THEN Lifson offers more gems on BHO’s inflated resume Go Here>>.
(Re the source, Dan Armstrong…Barry’s friend…” Even the New York Times has cited him as an authority for an article on this period of Mr. Obama’s storied life.”)
Well, there’s more…
Columbia Undergraduate Barack Obama with his grandparents in New York City around 1981-83, when he was a student. (The NYTimes)
Obama’s Account of New York Years Often Differs From What Others Say
By Janny Scott
Barack Obama does not say much about his years in New York City. The time he spent as an undergraduate at Columbia College and then working in Manhattan in the early 1980s surfaces only fleetingly in his memoir. In the book, he casts himself as a solitary wanderer in the metropolis, the outsider searching for a way to “make myself of some use.”
He tells of underheated sublets, a night spent in an alley, a dead neighbor on the landing. From their fire escape, he and an unnamed roommate watch “white people from the better neighborhoods” bring their dogs to defecate on the block. He takes a job in an unidentified “consulting house to multinational corporations,” where he is “a spy behind enemy lines,” startled to find himself with a secretary, a suit and money in the bank.
He barely mentions Columbia, training ground for the elite, where he transferred in his junior year, majoring in political science and international relations and writing his thesis on Soviet nuclear disarmament. He dismisses in one sentence his first community organizing job — work he went on to do in Chicago — though a former supervisor remembers him as “a star performer.”(…)
After about a year, he was hired by the New York Public Interest Research Group, a nonprofit organization that promotes consumer, environmental and government reform. He became a full-time organizer at City College in Harlem, paid slightly less than $10,000 a year to mobilize student volunteers. (…)
It was at the time of the 2004 Democratic convention, when Mr. Obama delivered the speech that made him a party luminary. Mr. Karpinski introduced himself. And, he recalled, Mr. Obama told him: “I used to be a PIRG guy. You guys trained me well.”