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I am President Obama’s classmate at Columbia University, Class of ’83. I am also one of the most accurate Las Vegas oddsmakers and prognosticators. Accurate enough that I was awarded my own star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars. And I smell something rotten in Denmark. Obama has a big skeleton in his closet. It’s his college records. Call it “gut instinct” but my gut is almost always right. Obama has a secret hidden at Columbia- and it’s a bad one that threatens to bring down his presidency. Gut instinct is how I’ve made my living for 29 years since graduating Columbia.
A) He rarely ever attended class.
B) His grades were not those typical of what we understand it takes to get into Harvard Law School.
C) He attended Columbia as a foreign exchange student.
D) He paid little for either undergraduate college or Harvard Law School because of foreign aid and scholarships given to a poor foreign students like this kid Barry Soetoro from Indonesia.
So, what paperwork related to Mitt Romney's senatorship was worth shredding? Both sides have skeletons in their closet. They're both in a glass house here.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Sure... Fair would be very fair. All Obama's College transcripts and records for Mitts Tax returns. Both requests are above and beyond what Presidents have historically given as a routine course of business so neither should feel too put out by biting the bullet together.
"I don't know a single person at Columbia that knows him, and they all know me. I don't have a classmate who ever knew Barack Obama at Columbia."
Barack Obama ‘83 became the first College alumnus to be elected President of the United States. On November 4, Obama defeated his Republican challenger, Sen. John McCain P’07, ending a marathon campaign that saw Obama rise from a first-term senator to the nation’s first African-American president.
Originally posted by MrSpad
Now we have "gut instinct" as a source. Brilliant.
The transcript includes the seal of the college or university, and if the transcript is considered "official"--meaning that it comes directly from the registrar's office and could not have been tampered with by anyone else--it will usually be embossed or stamped.
Dates and Majors
The transcript contains all dates you attended the college, whether you completed a semester or not. Your major(s) will be listed, as well as any minors you may have declared.
Courses and Grades
Each college course you have taken is listed by date, department, course number and course description. Your grade will be listed if you completed the course; in some cases, other marks such as W for withdrawal or AU for audit are used.
The transcript shows calculated grade point average for the most recent semester as well as a cumulative average, calculated by dividing grade points for each course by total credit hours attempted.
Any degree conferred will be listed as well, including associate's, bachelor's, masters or doctorate. Depending on the school, the ABD (all but dissertation) designation may be noted for doctoral candidates.
Personal information on a transcript will include your name and any name changes (such as through marriage), your student identification number or Social Security Number, and your address and birthdate, all to confirm your identity.