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Published:May 2nd, 2012 15:06 EST

That Obama Ate Dogs Not Worst Thing We Learn About Him In His Memoir

By Robert Paul Reyes

"One of the more mysterious characters from President Obama`s 1995 autobiography Dreams From My Father is the so-called `New York girlfriend.` Obama never referred to her by name, or even by psuedonym, but he describes her appearance, her voice, and her mannerisms in specific detail.


But Obama has now told biographer David Maraniss that the `New York girlfriend` was actually a composite character, based off of multiple girlfriends he had both in New York City and in Chicago."


Many liberals bought Obama`s memoir "Dreams From My Father" as a way of supporting him, but they never actually read the book.

Conservatives would be well-advised to buy and read Obama`s autobiography, they would find plenty of dirt on him.

It has recently been brought to the public`s attention that in his memoir Obama admitted eating snakes, grasshoppers and dogs as a child. You can`t blame a child for his loathsome eating habits, but it should be noted that when Obama wrote his autobiography as an adult he failed to condemn the practice of eating dog meat. Obama didn`t want to offend Muslims in Indonesia or Communists in China.

Now every time Obama is on TV I think I see grasshopper legs stuck in his teeth, and is that a snake in his pocket or is he just glad to be on TV? It`s a very difficult psychological barrier to overcome; I`m very uneasy about voting for a man who ate man`s best friend as a child.

It turns out that Obama`s admission that he ate dogs as a child, may not be the worst thing we learn about him in his book. A memoir isn`t supposed to contain a composite character, and to compress the truth is to lie - plain and simple. Obama is a liar, how can we decipher what`s true and what`s a lie in his memoir/work of fiction?

I should start a Facebook page: Dog lovers and Truth lovers against Obama!

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