“Well, I think you are going to be surprised when you get ablack president very soon,” she said. The concensus we expressed was that we didn’t think there was anything innately barring that. The right person at the right time and sure, America would try to vote for the right person, be he or she, black or not.
“What if I told you that you will have a black president very soon, and he will be a communist?” she said. “Well, you will, and he will be a communist.”
“Yes, it is true,” she replied. “This is not some idle talk. He is already born, and he is educated and being groomed to be president right now. You will be impressed to know that he has gone to the best schools of presidents. He is what you call ‘Ivy League.’ You don’t believe me, but he is real, and I even know his name. (end)
WOOOWW.... talk about Deja Vu! I remember reading an article that had this conversation within it, while Bill Clinton was President! The spot where I marked (end) is where the story ended the conversation.
Interestingly, I absolutely forgot about this story and chalked it up to hype until just now, when you brought it up!
Here's a little tidbit of information for you, just to support this topic's viability.
Frank Marcus Davis: Communist. Mentor to Barack Obama
Obama's Communist Mentor, Frank Marshall Davis
Horne, a history professor at the University of Houston, noted that Davis, who moved to Honolulu from Kansas in 1948 "at the suggestion of his good friend Paul Robeson," came into contact with Barack Obama and his family and became the young man's mentor, influencing Obama's sense of identity and career moves. Robeson, of course, was the well-known black actor and singer who served as a member of the CPUSA and apologist for the old Soviet Union. Davis had known Robeson from his time in Chicago.
As Horne describes it, Davis "befriended" a "Euro-American family" that had "migrated to Honolulu from Kansas and a young woman from this family eventually had a child with a young student from Kenya East Africa who goes by the name of Barack Obama, who retracing the steps of Davis eventually decamped to Chicago."
Obama's Wife was quoted as saying the following:
Most Americans, [Michelle Obama] said, don't want much.
"They don't want the whole pie," she told the women. "There are some who do, but most Americans feel blessed just being able to thrive a little bit. But that is becoming even more out of reach."
After law school, she and Barack were beset by loans they'd still be paying had her husband not written two best-sellers, "The Audacity of Hope" and "Dreams From My Father."
Those debts early in their marriage, she said, equips her husband to better understand the problems many Americans face.
Should she become first lady, she said she'd focus on family issues.
"If we don't wake up as a nation with a new kind of leadership...for how we want this country to work, then we won't get universal health care," she said.
"The truth is, in order to get things like universal health care and a revamped education system, then someone is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more."
Sounds like a rather Communist way of looking at things, and if one looks at Obama's record... His Communist Agenda sticks out like a sore thumb