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In 1991, Obama, a 29-year-old soon-to-be Harvard Law School grad, wrote a paper with a friend, Robert Fisher, called “Race and Rights Rhetoric.”
In 1991, Obama, a 29-year-old soon-to-be Harvard Law School grad, wrote a paper with a friend, Robert Fisher, called “Race and Rights Rhetoric.” Obama summed up the average American’s mindset with the following sentence: "I may not be Donald Trump now, but just you wait; if I don't make it, my children will."
This quote came to light following the publishing of Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama, a new 1,460-page biography of the former U.S. president by David J. Garrow. That law paper was previously unpublished.
originally posted by: SaturnFX
Not seeing the issue
The american dream has always been about making it big. Trump has been a symbol of capitalistic wealth for quite sometime (I would argue Bill Gates is a more worthy target..or would..but Elon Musk would be the person I would point to for end goal achievement now).
Saying "I want that guys success" is not saying he wants that guy to lead.
I want to be a rock star. I don't want a rock star to have nuclear launch codes
Obama was still in college at 29 and wrote a paper called "race and rights rhetoric". It has an odd twist, and I am wondering why this is the first we are hearing about this? O is a very sketchy character.