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University of North Carolina Hires Professor Who Writes Pornographic Poems About Students

bendar Wrote: Dec 24, 2012 9:25 AM
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bendar Wrote: Dec 24, 2012 9:26 AM
Obama's real father was Frank-M-Davis Communist Party USA PR-man !

Activist-porno-poet, FMD was the man Obama called "Frank" in BHO's book "Dreams of My Father."

“Obama’s Big Lie Revealed,” Pres Obama’s bio-father was not B-H-O Sr !

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F-M-Davis was Obama's close personal mentor from age 10-18, visiting with him in Hawaii some 50 times !

Frank-M-Davis moved to Honolulu in 1948, became friends with Obama’s grandfather, Stanley Dunham.

"F-M-D porno-poet said, he went both ways, he and 1st-wife regularly brought girl-age-13 to their home !"

The folks over at Campus Reform have done it again; they've exposed pornographic poems of a professor who was recently hired at the University of North Carolina. Not only are the poems pornographic, they describe sexual fantasies with freshman students.

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A public university has hired an English literature professor whose pornographic verse includes fantasies of having sexual relations with freshmen female students, an education watchdog reported this week.

 In Prof. Alessandro Porco’s poem “Hot Girl-Girl Action University” the fictional university president Jill Kelly offers a welcome to the freshman class.