Barack Obama: The Story, just released today, takes yet another look at the fabricational foundations of the Obama myth that were carefully created by the man himself – Barack Obama. For those Americans paying it is becoming increasingly clear that very little of the current President of the United States is genuine or sincere. He is in essence, the greatest composite of all…
The book derives its power from the reader’s understanding that the events described were factual at least in the essentials. Maraniss demonstrates something else: The writer who would later use the power of his life story to become a plausible public man was making it up, to an alarming extent.
…That is, some of the pivotal characters in Obama’s book who supposedly had a profound influence on his life don’t exist. Not real. Not a combination of anything, except falsehoods.
In Dreams, we find Ray, Obama’s black radical friend from his Hawaiian high school who couldn’t get dates with white chicks. That Obama had found a radicalized black friend at an exclusive private school in Hawaii should have been a tipoff that something wasn’t right.
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In fact, Mariness finds, Ray was someone named Keith Kakugawa, who was but a quarter African American and, it turns out, was busy dating the base admiral’s white daughter.
And then there was Regina, the black gal from Chicago Obama says he met at Occidental College who made him start feeling comfortable, literally, in his own skin. Wrote Obama:
Her voice evoked a vision of black life in all its possibility, a vision that filled me with longing—a longing for place, and a fixed and definite history.
Nope. No Regina. Doesn’t seem there was anyone like her at Occidental, which apparently was brimming instead with privileged white girls.
…He did in effect what so many of us have done with him. He created a fable about an Obama far bigger and more consequential than the unremarkable man at its center