* Two-time best selling author
* 11 years at the law firm of Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland
* Member, board of directors, several foundations
* Illinois State Senator, 1997-2004
* United States Senator, 2005-2008
* President of the United States, 2009-present
Sounds to me like Mr. Obama has been gainfully employed since 1991. Unless attorney, professor, author and politician no longer count as "jobs."
Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
I hang out on conservobot forums a lot, just for the amusement. It is a hoot. One is make a statement like that, then the next 100 post babble on about the community organizer stuff, no one bothers with any sort of facts, just an endless spiral of make believe and name calling. At least here we call them on it occasionally.
God Bless the Marine Corps.
You give ZERO VERIFIABLE proof on transfer students and eligibility for 'latin' honors ANYWHERE, but demand proof yourself????
(Easy enough to Google, most universities have minimum credit hour requirements earned at their institution before the student is eligible for consideration.)
I NEVER said Willard couldn't get into Harvard... you insist on playing the same lame CON game... change the subject!!!
When it suits you you play the college snob game... Columbia is head and shoulders a far more prestigious school than BYU.
Now if you want to play games- are you saying a student who is magna cum laude from Harvard law school wouldn't have the ability to honor at Columbia in Poly-sci????
we have already proven Romney was almost a 4.0. What sort of proof do you have to show Obama had top grades at Columbia
Read this and see if you can refute it
Obama's Lost Years - WSJ.com
What can be said with some certainty is that Mr. Obama lived off campus while at Columbia in 1981-83 and made few friends. Fox News contacted some 400 of his classmates and found no one who remembered him. He had transferred from Occidental College in California after his sophomore year because, he told the Boston Globe in 1990, "I was concerned with urban issues and I wanted to be around more black folks in big cities." He got a degree in political science without honors. "For about two years there, I was just painfully alone and really not focused on anything, except maybe thinking a lot," he told his biographer David Mendell.
Put that way, his time at Columbia sounds unremarkable. Maybe that's what most pains a young memoirist and an ambitious politician who strains to make his life anything but unremarkable.
(and tell us why Obama has kept his college record sealed)