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$35, 000 To Anyone Who Provides The College Transcripts of President Barack Obama

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Columbia, The Communist Breeding Ground

Jan 2, 2015, 2:01:27 AM1/2/15
Update: 9/18/2012 – With even more support from the community,
the bounty is now $35,000.

Update: 5/21/2012 – Due to additional support from the community
we’re raising the bounty for Obama’s transcripts to $20,000.

You’ve failed, media.

You’ve had over three years to vet President Barack Obama. Yet
in three years in office and over a year of campaigning
beforehand, you have either been oddly uninterested or
purposefully ignorant of Barack Obama’s educational history. You
were, however, quite interested in George Bush’s transcripts.

This uncharacteristic absence of curiosity about an American
president alarms us. At $15 trillion, our nation’s debt is the
highest it has ever been – and it keeps growing. We’re not
convinced that Barack is as smart as you media elitists keep
insisting he is.

We therefore offer in reward $10,000 $20,000 $35,000 to anyone
who provides the college transcripts of President Barack Obama.
Occidental, Harvard, Columbia…any would represent more
intellectual curiosity about the leader of the free world than
the media has demonstrated since Obama won the Democrat primary.

Upon obtaining any of these transcripts, please contact
war[at]thetrenches[dot]us for verification and payment. This
offer goes into effect immediately.

Media, your stranglehold on the truth ends NOW. Let the vetting

Bellum Letale

Let’s “spread the wealth around” to vet the prez. If you’d like
to donate to this initiative (so we can increase the bounty) or
our upcoming initiatives, click the donate button.


(Obama and his campaign team are ineligible.)



Jan 2, 2015, 4:12:26 PM1/2/15
We have a law in the United States known as the Family Educational
Records Privacy Act (FERPA), also known as the Buckley Amendemnt of
1974 (I don't recall the USC citation), that would trigger a
visitation by a group of humorless men in black business suits upon
anyone who attempted to claim such a reward. I have been slammed with
FERPA for simply mentioning that I and a co-worker shared the same
birth date, thereby possibly revealing her date of birth to other
teachers who were in the room. It's bad enough when one reveals
personal information accidentally; when one sells the information,
regardless of how the person obtained it, the law has some serious
teeth... meaning felony jail time.

Currently, transcripts have been sanitized to delete social security
numbers, ethnicity, and birth information; however, if one had an
original copy, it would include that information. 35K? Are you
kidding? I'd need at least three more zeros on it and wired in
advance to a numbered Swiss bank account before I'd even *think* about
it... besides, I don't have them.


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