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Obama’s Rat Madness

OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 2:21 PM
EXPERIMENT GONE WRONG - - - FROM DAY ONE The experiment made president barely qualified for admission to Occidental college. Then two years later the experiment conned Columbia into accepting his application as a transfer student while having been but a mediocre and perpetually stoned-student prior. Then, having graduated in the bottom half of his class at Columbia, it was miraculous (since such could not have been affirmed otherwise) acceptance to the Harvard Law School where the experiment not only displaced a far more qualified candidate... as also he did at Columbia... and while 'progressively named president of the Harvard Law Review... also graduated in the bottom half of his class as he did at Columbia.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 2:21 PM

With such history the experiment made president could not obtain employment at an elite (or any) law firm. Soooo... it was a community organizer he became. Then the experiment applied to be a 'law lecturer' at nearby University of Chicago (he never became a professor) and soon after then ran for the Illinois state Senate... then the US Senate... then crunched Hillary to become president.

The mediocre failed student... failed lawyer... failed community organizer... failed state legislator... failed US Senator... and now failed president... fails to this day to release his college transcripts.

Gee... why would he fail to do that ????
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 2:22 PM

Obama ........ He is a 'affirmative' utter failure.

Where did your eminently more qualified child go to college or law school since it could not have been Columbia or Harvard... clogged up by Obama and like type at the time (and still today).

Still loving "affirmative action" ???

The New York Times has published a science and technology story about Duke researchers who have used one animal’s brain to get another animal to react.

In One Rat Thinks, and Another Reacts, the Times writer James Gorman reports that “Miguel Nicolelis, known for successfully demonstrating brain-machine connections, like the one in which a monkey controlled a robotic arm with its thoughts, said this was the first time one animal’s brain had been linked to another.”

Well, Nicolelis may know rat research, but he’s not in politics.

If he was, he’d recognize that getting one rat to think and another...