Friday, December 6, 2013

At Least Obama Doesn't Chase Women

Back during the Clinton administration, it was said that if the President were filmed kicking a dog, the media would explain that he was giving it a Heimlich maneuver. And that was true. The media were pro-Clinton in all ways, and absolutely hated reporting on his sexual shenanigans, and when they did, were careful to point out that "everybody lies about sex," and that a politicians personal conduct had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with his greatness as a statesman.  But the press was downright hard on Slick Willy compared to their unconditional love for Obama.  The press did report on Whitewater, though they tried to minimize it.  But the press flat-out refuses to mention Obama's obvious bribery by Tony Rezko and the phony-baloney job the U. of Chicago prepared for Michelle, another bribe to Obama.

And of course the press wouldn't touch any story about Obama's sexuality with a ten-foot pole, despite heaps of evidence.  Over at Just Not Said, John Craig writes:

Whom do you believe?

A woman named Mia Marie Pope who says she was a classmate of Barack Obama's at Punahou in the 1970's had some interesting things to say about him recently:

"He very much was within sort of the gay community," Pope said. "And we knew Barry as just common knowledge that girls were never anything that he ever was interested in ... He would get with these older white gay men, and this is how we just pretty much had the impression that that's how he was procuring his cocaine. In other words, he was having sex with these older white guys and that's how he was getting this cocaine to be able to freebase."

If this was the first of this sort of thing I'd heard about Obama, I'd just dismiss it as the claims of a publicity-seeking loon, as I first did when I heard Larry Sinclair's claims about having had sex with Obama in the back of a limo. But enough of these claims have piled up that a certain critical mass has been reached, and they have acquired a certain credibility through sheer volume. 

I'm not saying what Pope said is necessarily true. But the situation is a little reminiscent of Paula Jones and Bill Clinton. Jones said Clinton had some state troopers summon her to his hotel room, then dropped his trousers and asked for oral sex. Ordinarily, when it's the word of a nonentity like Jones against that of the President, the natural assumption is that the President must be telling the truth. But enough similar accusations had piled up around Clinton by that point that it was hard not to believe Jones.

If what Pope is saying is true, and Obama used to have sex in exchange for cocaine, then he was, by definition, a crack whore.


  1. Baloo --
    Thank you very much, as always.

    In retrospect, I should have titled it, "Portrait of the President as a Young Man."