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The Talented Mister Obama

by baldilocks

Some might still ridicule the fol­low­ing spec­u­la­tion as a Con­spir­acy Theorem.

I remem­ber a movie that starred Tony Cur­tis in “The Great Impos­tor.” But there have been oth­ers like it, like Matt Damon in “The Tal­ented Mr. Rip­ley” — about men skilled in the art of decep­tion. Through guile, a ready smile, a quick tongue, they charm their way up the lad­der from one bam­boo­zled house­hold to the

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next.

Their papers are never in order, but they man­age. They man­age to reach the top. Both Cur­tis (whose film was based on a true story) and Damon did not know a thing about med­i­cine or air­planes but they man­aged to run hos­pi­tals and to fake it as pilots. They got caught. But before that they had every­body fooled.

Sound famil­iar? Surely not to Pro­gres­sives who wanted to be fooled or didn’t really care. So long as Obama was their choice he could do no wrong.

But to the rest of Amer­ica, and the world, the dam­age bit­terly lives on.

He armed Iran to the teeth. The mul­lahs grow bolder and now Obama’s gen­eros­ity is Pres­i­dent Trump’s
prob­lem. Where did Obama get the money to enrich all those ter­ror­ists? Came from our pock­ets – the Con­sti­tu­tion be damned, accord­ing to Obama and the news media that babied him every sin­gle day for eight years

I stopped pro­vid­ing and ana­lyz­ing the many, many items which, taken together, point to some­thing like this. Peo­ple don’t want to hear it because it edges on the bound­ary divid­ing san­ity and insan­ity — not for the The­o­rist, but for the per­son who would begin to com­pre­hend the impli­ca­tions of such a thing.

Mean­while, in Wash­ing­ton, DC

Juli­ette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was pub­lished in 2012. Her sec­ond novel ten­ta­tively titled Arlen’s Harem, will be done on April 2017! Fol­low her onTwit­ter and on Gab​.ai.

Please con­tribute to Juliette’s JOB: Her new novel, her blog, her Inter­net to keep the lat­ter going and COF­FEE to keep her going!

Or hit Da Tech Guy’s Tip Jar in the name of Inde­pen­dent Journalism!

by baldilocks

Some might still ridicule the following speculation as a Conspiracy Theorem.

I remember a movie that starred Tony Curtis in “The Great Impostor.” But there have been others like it, like Matt Damon in “The Talented Mr. Ripley” — about men skilled in the art of deception. Through guile, a ready smile, a quick tongue, they charm their way up the ladder from one bamboozled household to the

An angel of light

next.

Their papers are never in order, but they manage. They manage to reach the top. Both Curtis (whose film was based on a true story) and Damon did not know a thing about medicine or airplanes but they managed to run hospitals and to fake it as pilots. They got caught. But before that they had everybody fooled.

Sound familiar? Surely not to Progressives who wanted to be fooled or didn’t really care. So long as Obama was their choice he could do no wrong.

But to the rest of America, and the world, the damage bitterly lives on.

He armed Iran to the teeth. The mullahs grow bolder and now Obama’s generosity is President Trump’s
problem. Where did Obama get the money to enrich all those terrorists? Came from our pockets – the Constitution be damned, according to Obama and the news media that babied him every single day for eight years

I stopped providing and analyzing the many, many items which, taken together, point to something like this. People don’t want to hear it because it edges on the boundary dividing sanity and insanity—not for the Theorist, but for the person who would begin to comprehend the implications of such a thing.

Meanwhile, in Washington, DC

Juliette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was published in 2012. Her second novel tentatively titled Arlen’s Harem, will be done on April 2017! Follow her onTwitter and on Gab.ai.

Please contribute to Juliette’s JOB:  Her new novel, her blog, her Internet to keep the latter going and COFFEE to keep her going!

Or hit Da Tech Guy’s Tip Jar in the name of Independent Journalism!