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    Mystery man

    The great mystery..............

    Ever wonder why no one ever came forward from President Obama's past saying they knew him, attended school with him, was his friend, etc. ?? Not one person has ever come forward from his past.

    VERY, VERY STRANGE..

    This should really be a cause for great concern. To those
    who voted for him, you may have elected an unqualified, inexperienced shadow man.

    Reminds me of The Manchurian Candidate....

    Let's face it. As insignificant as we all are .. someone
    whom we went to school with remembers our name or face ... someone
    remembers we were the clown or the dork or the brain or the quiet one or the bully or something about us.

    George Stephanopoulos of ABC News said the same thing during the 2008 campaign. He questions why no one has acknowledged the president was in their classroom or ate in the same cafeteria or made
    impromptu speeches on campus.

    Stephanopoulos also was a classmate of Obama at Columbia -- the class of 1984. He says he never had a single class with him.

    While he is such a great orator, why doesn't anyone in Obama's
    college class remember him? And, why won't he allow Columbia to release his records?

    NOBODY REMEMBERS OBAMA AT COLUMBIA !

    Looking for evidence of Obama's past, Fox News contacted 400
    Columbia University students from the period when Obama claims to have been there, but none remembered him.

    Wayne Allyn Root was, like Obama, a political science major at
    Columbia who also graduated in 1983 In 2008, Root says of Obama, "I
    don't know a single person at Columbia that knew him, and they all know me. I don't have a classmate who ever knew Barack Obama at Columbia. EVER!

    Nobody recalls him. Root adds that he was also, like Obama,
    "Class of '83 political science, pre-law" and says, "You don't get more
    exact or closer than that." Never met him in my life, don't know anyone who ever met him. At the class reunion, our 20th reunion five years ago, who was asked to be the speaker of the class? Me. No one ever heard of Barack! And five years ago, nobody even knew who he was.

    The guy who writes the class notes, who's kind of the, as we say
    in New York, the macha who knows everybody, has yet to find a person, a human who ever met him."

    Obama's photograph does not appear in the school's yearbook and Obama consistently declines requests to talk about his years at Columbia, provide school records, or provide the name of any former classmates or friends while at Columbia.

    NOTE: Root graduated as Valedictorian from his high school,
    Thornton-Donovan School, then graduated from Columbia University in 1983 as a Political Science major in the same class that Barack Hussein Obama was supposed to have been in.

    Some other interesting questions..

    Why was Obama's law license inactivated in 2002?

    Why was Michelle's law license inactivated by Court Order?

    It is circulating that according to the U.S. Census, there is
    only one Barack Obama but 27 Social Security numbers and over 80 aliases.

    WHAT!! ???

    The Social Security number he uses now originated in Connecticut where he is never reported to have lived.

    No wonder all his records are sealed!

    Please continue sending this out to everyone. Somewhere, someone knew him in school...before he "reorganized" Chicago & burst upon the scene at the 2004 Democratic Convention & made us all swoon with his charm, poise & speaking pizzazz.

    ... pass it across America!

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    Why don't you just work to get him voted out in 2012?

    These accusations have been around since before the election. Got no traction then; won't get any now.


    3X PM

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    The people spreading this hateful nonsense are simply sad or just stupid.

    snopes.com: Barack Obama at Columbia

    From Snopes- In his memoir and in interviews, Obama has said he got serious and buckled down in New York. "I didn't socialize that much. I was like a monk," he said in a 2005 Columbia alumni magazine interview. He told biographer David Mendell: "For about two years there, I was just painfully alone and really not focused on anything, except maybe thinking a lot."
    Although Barack Obama may not have been particularly social or memorable during his years at Columbia, it isn't true that "no one ever came forward from Obama's past saying they knew him, attended school with him, was his friend, etc." Those who have attested to having daily personal experience with him during his time at that school include:

    •Friend and roommate Sohale Siddiqi, whom the Associated Press located and interviewed in May 2008.

    •Roommate Phil Boerner, who provided his recollections of sharing a New York City apartment with classmate Barack Obama to the Columbia College Today alumni publication and the New York Times in early 2009.

    •Michael L. Baron, who taught the year-long honors seminar in American Foreign Policy that Barack Obama took during his senior year at Columbia and recalled in an NBC interview Obama's "easily acing" the class and receiving an A for his senior paper on the topic of nuclear negotiations with the Soviet Union.
    Likewise, other external evidence documents Barack Obama's presence at Columbia from 1981-83, including:

    •An article by Barack Obama published in the 10 March 1983 edition of Columbia's Sundial school magazine.

    •A January 2005 Columbia College Today profile of Barack Obama as a Columbia alumnus.

    •A Columbia College press release from November 2008 identifying him as "the first College alumnus to be elected President of the United States."
    Finally, the fatal flaw in the "Obama didn't go to Columbia" theory is that he couldn't have been admitted to Harvard Law School in 1988 without having received an undergraduate degree. If he wasn't attending Columbia from 1981-83, he would have had to complete two full years' worth of coursework at (and graduate from) some other accredited college — yet his time between the end of his Columbia days in 1983 and his entering Harvard Law in 1988 is accounted for (working at the Business International Corporation and the New York Public Interest Research Group, then serving as director of the Developing Communities Project in Chicago), and no other school claims him as an alumnus, nor does anyone purport to have encountered him as a classmate or student at any other college or university during that period.

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