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10-part report raises questions about narrative of Obama’s early life

20 Sep

Just as all Leftist Leaders have…..the masses that are WELL cared for (given things) won’t care.

10-part report raises questions about narrative of Obama’s early life

By Doug McKelwayPublished September 20, 2012FoxNews.com

This photo released by Obama for America shows Barack Obama teaching at the University of Chicago Law School. (AP)

A newly published report raises questions about some established narratives in the early life of President Obama, suggesting the president’s upbringing was one of privilege and not hardship.

The Washington Examiner published a 10-part report detailing Obama’s path to the White House. Some of the information appears to conflict with the narratives the Obamas and the Democratic Party have pushed, most recently at the party’s convention in Charlotte.

At the convention, Michelle Obama said they “were both raised by families who didn’t have much in the way of money or material possessions.”

Examiner Executive Editor Mark Tapscott questioned that.

“I’m sure he had a difficult childhood given the circumstances with his parents, but from a financial standpoint and social standpoint and so forth , it was not an underprivileged childhood,” Tapscott said.

The Examiner reports that the Indonesian neighborhood, Menteng, where Obama’s mother and step-father raised the young Barry Soetoro was the most exclusive in Jakarta.

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