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Originally posted by RealSpoke
Obama, by all accounts, was a habitual drug user in high school. He tried coc aine, he admits in Dreams From My Father; he “tried drugs enthusiastically.
Don't most do drugs in high school?
Originally posted by RicoMarston
where on earth does this concept come from that a newspaper or magazine or website has to do the same "type" of story on each candidate? is that part of the equal time laws? i thought those only applied to television news programs. maybe i'm wrong?
either way, I think it's absurd to expect the paper to go and dig up the same kind of stuff on Obama just because they did it to Romney. Fair or not, it should be up to the paper what they want to cover, and up to you what you want to read. period.
Originally posted by earthdude
I just can't read this thread because of the obvious verb conjugation problem in the title. Hung out is past tense for hang. Get a little smarter and I'll join ya in the Obama bashing.
Originally posted by AlbinoMonkey
Sounds like the part about him pushing the girl was taken out of context, but from what it does say it sounds like she was a crazy stalker who spread a rumor. And whats wrong with taking drugs when you're in high school?
Originally posted by paradox
I have also heard Obama eats babies and smokes crack on a consistent basis.
Do you really want a baby eating crackhead as a president for another 4 years?
Ron Paul 2012
Originally posted by Carseller4
Obama does not eat babies, he does eat dogs though.
Obama admitted drug use, but never admitted he quit.
A report from Columbia University’s National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) revealed that nearly half of all of high school students in the U.S. are using addictive substances, and one in three of them are addicted.
* 72.5 percent of high school students have drunk alcohol;
* 46.3 percent of high school students have smoked cigarettes;
* 36.8 percent have used marijuana;
* 14.8 percent have misused controlled prescription drugs;
* 65.1 percent have used more than one substance;