Obama’s Love Lost

It’s lonely at the top:

Air Force One had just landed in Manchester, N.H., on a brisk Tuesday morning last month when President Obama made an admission to Valerie B. Jarrett, his close friend and senior adviser.

“I just called Reggie,” Mr. Obama said. It was his first domestic trip without Reggie Love, the former Duke University basketball player who had been his constant companion and presidential “body man” until he left in November to study for his M.B.A. full time. “I miss him,” the president confessed.

One gets an entirely new perspective on that event when one reads this:

If you have followed Barack Hussein Obama’s meteoric rise to power, you’ve noticed that anyone asking questions about his background typically finds him or herself on the receiving end of the Alinsky Attack Machine.  Any criticism of Obama is called RAAACIST!  Anyone who inquires about the many mysteries surrounding his “missing years” or his activities while in college and in his early days in Chicago is called every name in the book in the efforts to discredit that questioner.

Why is that?

What’s Barack Obama hiding…and what is the Left going to such lengths to keep hidden?

Could it all boil down to something as simple as Barack Obama being gay?

I’ll let Kevin DuJan expand on this; he’s in a lot better position to know the truth.  His primary objective in this is to show the difference between the way the media handles the sexual misadventures of a Herman Cain, using unsubstantiated sources, and the way it handles the same situation with Barack Obama.  You say that Cain’s allegations were proven…bingo!

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