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Name one job or academic achievement Obama accomplished before becoming president?

None. The whole man's life is a fraud. Stop saying he graduated from Columbia. No one has any transcripts from that. Stop saying he graduated from Harvard. He was an affirmative action case and there's no proof that he ever graduated from that place either. Obama: a liar, a bum and a Muslim! Not good for America. An actual job: sorry, you don't get callouses on your hands from teaching law.

Asked By: - 2/11/2012
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He graduated magna c*m laude from Harvard Law... More
Answered By: followpol - 2/11/2012
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he excelled at community organizer, paid by tax dollars. goobermnet dole job. .
Answered By: Abraham Lincoln - 2/11/2012
 
Obama was raised by whites, then he betrayed the folks who brought him up. He is your typical affirmative action fraud.
Answered By: Cricket - 2/11/2012
 
Well I know one thing that he'll be successful of doing, and that is leaving the White House
Answered By: Banana Smoothie Republic - 2/11/2012
 
I suppose he also wasn't elected to the Senate from Illinois.
Answered By: cosmo - 2/11/2012
 
Youve got to be kidding.
Answered By: Summertime - 2/11/2012
 
Lol, so you're just going to put your hands on your ears and scream "lalalalala" like a 5 year old? I can tell you're a Teatard.
Answered By: Hi. - 2/11/2012
 
It must be hell being you.
Answered By: Too crazy for Fox - 2/11/2012
 
he was an attorney and a senator, two accomplishments you will never achieve.
Answered By: USAF 1983-1987 - 2/11/2012
 
What do you have against the man... More
Answered By: ShalloWhale - 2/11/2012
 
Hello Ted! How is that frontal lobotomy working out for you?
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Answered By: WACO - 2/11/2012
 
Those who don't listen to reason, are often the ones to answer their own questions and redicule other's inputs with ignorance and immaturity.
Answered By: Paul Ron 2012 - 2/11/2012
 
Gee Ted, you seem to have 2 personalities. One Anti-Obama and one Pro-Obama. Feeling trollish... More
Answered By: Whatever4 - 2/11/2012
 
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