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The Washington Examiner has investigated the narrative given to us by Barack Obama and the Democratic party and found it filled with lies.  The truth is the president had a privileged up-bringing, went to the best schools throughout his life.  His mother and step-father lived in the most exclusive neighborhood in Jakarta, Grandma who raised him in Hawaii was a bank VP. In Chicago he lived in the very upscale Hyde Park, and his clients were not the poor and underprivileged but the wealthy, some of who took advantage of Chicago’s poor.  Oh and about his time as a professor, he wasn’t very popular–in fact it looks as if he mailed it in.

Bret Baier previewed the Washington Examiner report on his program tonight (see video below),

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The report called The Obama You Don’t Know paints the portrait of

a man quite unlike his image, not a visionary
reformer but rather a classic Chicago machine pol who thrives on
rewarding himself and his friends with the spoils of public office, and
who uses his position to punish his enemies.

Peter Schweizer captures this other Obama with a bracing statistic in
his book “Throw Them All Out,” published last year. In the Obama
economic stimulus program’s Department of Energy loans, companies owned
and run by Obama contributors and friends, like Solyndra’s George
Kaiser, received $16.4 billion. Those not linked to the president got
only $4.1 billion. The Energy Department is far from the only federal
program in which favoritism has heavily influenced federal grants.

To paraphrase Tammany Hall’s George Washington Plunkitt, Obama has seen his opportunities and taken them, over and over.

Folks this report by the Examiner, is a must Read-Pass along-and read again!  Please click here for the full Washington Examiner Report

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