Aggregator • Hyscience • ID=78419
While the Washington Post has been diligently digging into relatively innocent high school pranks by Mitt Romney, they've spent the last few years diligently ignoring President Obama's far more controversial high school days. However, Ben Shapiro has been doing their digging for them:
[...] During his high school years, Obama hung out with communist radical Frank Marshall Davis; in 2007, the Los Angeles Times reported that during his high school days, "he felt the first stirrings of anger toward whites. He says he also delved into black nationalism." He was "offended or even enraged when white classmates adopted black street slang or revealed their underlying consciousness of his race by going out of their way to tell him how much they admired a black musician or athlete."
vity is certainly more reflective of Obama's ideological history than Mitt Romney's pranks on teachers and fellow students. And as for the drug use --well, that seems just a bit more serious than walking a teacher into a door or cutting a student's hair. But leave it to the Post to ignore or downplay all of that in favor of continuing stories about Romney's dog, his high school hijinks, and whatever other nonsense they can use to protect President Obama from his own incompetence.More here.
Related: Scott McKay must-read piece about the Washington Post's bizarre investigation into Mitt Romney's high school hijinks.