Who Is The President?
We all want to be sure of our President. Is that logical? Forget the obvious fake birth certificate, which has the wrong hospital name on it. How about a few other items which may be lacking as far as a true ID of probably the most powerful man on earth?
Who was best man at his wedding? When did he meet Michelle? Every President gives photos of his past for his library. Who knew him at college? Who knew him at high school? Why has no one from Obama's past come forward, saying they knew him? During the campaign, George Stephanopoulos, who was a classmate of Obama, never had a class with him, and questioned why no one has acknowledged that Obama was in their classroom, ate in the same cafeteria, or made speeches on campus, which they heard or read about? Why won't the President allow Columbia University to release his records?
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, like Obama in 1983. He said, in 2008, "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. Class of '83 political science, pre-law. 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 20th class reunion, who was asked top be the speaker? Me. No one ever heard of Barak!" Obama's photograph does not appear in the school's yearbook, and Obama consistently declines requests to talk about is years at Columbia, provide school records, or provide the name of any former classmates or friends while at Columbia.
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 Barak Obama, but 27 Social Security numbers and over 80 aliases. The Social Security number he uses now, originated in Connecticut, where he has never reported to have lived.
America knows that Andrew Jackson's wife smoked a corncob pipe and was accused of adultery, Lincoln never went to school, Kennedy wore a back brace, Truman played the piano and was a haberdasher. FDR was Secretary of the Navy, contracted Polio, and was married to his second cousin, Eleanor. Eisenhower had an affair with his driver. We know every President's birth date and place, their history, education, achievements, mistakes and speeches. We know Clinton had sex under his desk in the oval office, Reagan was married twice, and adopted a child. Yet we know virtually NOTHING about our current President. Someone MUST have known him before he burst upon the scene, unknown by virtually everyone, and gave a rousing speech. Almost automatically, he became a Senator, and a few months later ran for the Presidency, and won.
Meantime, the economy continues to downgrade, with another 414,000 new applicants for unemployment insurance last week. Housing prices continue to go down, as does the Dow, and metals remain the same, which to me, proves their inherent worth, value, and stability world wide. Greece has riots, and the euro is no better than the buck. Will the dollar remain the world's reserve currency? I think so, because the yaun cannot be converted into any currency, Japan's yen and Japan is the most indebted nation on earth, besides having three melt downs at their nefarious power plants, with no one knowing how to stop it. No currency in the entire world, including the Swiss Franc, is backed by anything but thin air and worthless promises by various governments. Thin air and worthless promises aren't very valuable, are they? A kindly client sent me a paper note which is the highest amount anyone has ever seen. It is from the late Yugoslavia, and it for 500,000,000,000 dinara. What do you suppose it bought? A loaf of bread? Reminds me that when I was a kid, a Coca Cola was a nickel, and Pepsi gave 12 ounces for a nickel. A 12 ounce Pepsi, at a fast food joint, now is about $1.89 as I remember, or 38 times what it was 60 years ago, when gold was $35 an ounce. 60 years from now, will gold be $1,000,000 an ounce? Could be. Metals are a great way to hedge yourself against runaway inflation, which I think we are on the verge of...unfortunately.