A Huffington Post article asks, “Why Is Everyone Talking About Obama’s Composite Girlfriend?” Good question. In Obama’s autobiographical book Dreams from My Father, he describes an affair that he had with a white woman who he describes as his “New York girlfriend.” That’s not the real story. The real story is that Obama created a “composite” woman who he passed off as one woman.
Dreams from My Father was published in 1995. In the book he tells readers that the storyline contains “composites.” So how do we know what’s true or made up? Is a composite an accurate accounting of a person’s life? I don’t think it is. How hard can it be to describe events as they happened?
As usual, the leftist media have come to Obama’s defense. “He told us right in the book that some of the events were compressed into ‘composite’ stories. It’s no big deal,” media supporters of Obama are telling us.
You might recall the controversy surrounding the author James Frey. Frey appeared with Oprah in 2006 where they discussed his book A Million Little Pieces (2003). Investigators later “discovered that major elements of A Million Little Pieces, a purportedly autobiographical account of the author’s struggle with addiction, were untrue.” The difference, of course, is that Frey didn’t tell anybody about the fabrications. If he had, he wouldn’t have gotten to sit down with the Queen of daytime talk. The point is, people don’t like to be lied to even if they’re being told up from that what’s coming is not true.
The media have been diligent in keeping Obama’s ties to radicals under journalistic lock and key, treating them like they’re the secret Coke formula. There are significant questions about Obama’s background that only trickle out from alternative news sites. In January of this year, White House press secretary Jay Carney was asked why President Obama hasn’t released his college transcripts. He dodged the question.
A good amount of ink was spilled over Rick Perry’s college transcripts when it was learned that he was a C student at Texas A&M. Liberals saw this as a disqualification for a presidential candidate. At least we had the governor’s transcripts. George Bush’s transcripts were released by The New Yorker in November 1999, a year before the election. We shouldn’t forget the media frenzy over Bush’s National Guard records.
An organization called The Trenches “is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who can provide an authentic copy of President Barack Obama’s course transcripts from his days at Occidental College, Harvard University or Columbia University.”
The media pundits know all about the “composite Obama.” His own book told them that he had things to hide. They don’t want us to know. They need Obama to bring down America.