The habitual liar needs to have a good memory – Part Two

Never have I heard or read of so many journalists and political campaign advisers having ‘’misspoken’’ or lied, or suffering from memory lapses, or whatever in singing praises to the Chosen One.




How Obama Writes His Speeches

By Jay Newton-Small / Denver Thursday, Aug. 28, 2008,8599,1837368,00.html?iid=sphere-inline-sidebar


Read the whole article but take note of the one paragraph that I quote ad verbatim: ‘’ His best writing time comes late at night when he’s all alone, scribbling on yellow legal pads. He then logs these thoughts into his laptop, editing as he goes along. This is how he wrote both of his two best selling books—Dreams from My Father and The Audacity of Hope—staying up after Michelle and his two young daughters had long gone to bed, reveling in the late night quiet’’.


So, now you take Dreams from my father.  You don’t have to read all the hot air; the first few pages will do.  He wrote the book in 1995 during his last year at Law School; that’s what the man says right there in the book.  He also says he ‘’had little time for reflection over the next ten years’’ and he and his wife bought a house and had two children.


So, he doesn’t mention ‘’staying up after Michelle and his two young daughters had long gone to bed, reveling in the late night quiet’’.  You know why?  The book was written and published long before that time.  You don’t believe his version of events in his own book?  Well then, just find answers to the following questions.


When did he finish Law School?  When did he get married?  Get the birth dates of the two children.  Work it out for yourselves.


Whose name comes up?  Yes, the very same ‘’wunderkind wordsmith.’’  I quote from Time:  ‘’For this speech Obama removed himself from the distractions at home and spent many nights in a room in the Park Hyatt Hotel in Chicago. These late-night sessions produced long, meandering texts that were then circulated to a close group of advisers, including Axelrod and Obama’s speechwriter Jon Favreau—a 27-year-old wunderkind wordsmith.’’  But Obama read his first Congress speech from notes by ‘’wunderkind’’ who left a cellular number on the notes he was reading to Congress.




Favreau’s digits printed by Post…WE thought YOU liked this Team Obama.


Wunderkind Favreau obviously never read Dreams from my Father by one Barack Hussein Obama, or the poor soul has a very short memory span, or Obama is a liar.


You decide.


10 Responses to “The habitual liar needs to have a good memory – Part Two”

  1. Skip O'Neill Says:

    You ask the question in your last sentence. Yes Obama is a liar, even more so than President Clinton.

  2. Ike Jakson Says:

    Thanks Skip. You know what you are talking about.

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  4. randyedye Says:

    Love it

  5. Ike Jakson Says:

    Randyedye, sorry I almost missed this. Thanks for your comment. I appreciate!

  6. Rodrigo Díaz Says:

    Excellent Sir Ike 🙂

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      I thank you Great Al Campeador. But I shall also continue to make sure that he must learn to remember his most recent lie before he starts the next one or another one.

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  8. nolanimrod Says:

    Dang! You’d be a good investigator, Ike. That’s how it’s done. You get people talking, let them tell their stories, and then just listen. If you know how to listen people will tell you a lot more about themselves than they ever meant to.

    You have the talent.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Thanks Nimrod

      I have read a good few books a number of times; the Bama’s Dreams was one of them. I am amazed he has not been called out on his lying habits by the Media. Stubble, Tweet, Twitter and send around.

      Hold thumbs for me. I intend to work on Velocity Drive and Associates in the same way. I get a lot of reads and intend to back them up against the wall of their own lies.

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