How can Obama teach Constitutional Law when he had low grades?

They say he had very low grades and got in only because of affirmative action. The White Police Officer who he drank a beer with might know more Law than Obama and the Professor of Black History. If you pay me $150,000 a year I can just make up stuff to that sounds official.

Universities are hotbeds of afro-action, both in admissions and teaching staff, so if you could speak in complete sentences, it would be easy for obammaba to get hired as a lecturer. note: obammaba was not a teacher, only an guest lecturer at university of chicago.
this is why obammaba guards his records so diligently

Post Author: mark

6 thoughts on “How can Obama teach Constitutional Law when he had low grades?

    Evan

    (January 31, 2010 - 3:29 am)

    ha. you make me laugh.
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    Emi

    (January 31, 2010 - 3:35 am)

    I like obama but his wife is wierd. Like she says that they go to fund raisers, well remeber when she went to one and she wore 800 dollar shoes that could feed 3 families for a month.
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    sweet.caroline

    (January 31, 2010 - 4:10 am)

    You have to have more than Affirmative action to get into Harvard. And he didn’t have a lot of money to buy his way in. Sounds like you are being influenced by dome prejudiced people. One thing a person needs to do is not to believe all they hear and check things out for themselves at sources that are not do biased.

    One thing I learned in law school – "What do they call a judge who got C’s in lawschool?".

    Answer: "Your Honor"

    C is average – average of those who manage to get into lawschool, not of the average American. May or may not be the same. Had I taken a bit more time or not missed a single class and studied even more I might have had honors as I was a few 10ths off honors. I did well on the bar – passed 1st time in top 6 percent. My grades were not in top 6 percent. I did take review courses. Reviews sometimes were better than the classes.

    Don’t make the mistake of underestimating the intelligence of Barsck Obama. He is a very bright man and he has lots of energy. Needs it as presidents age rapidly. Weight if the world foes show.

    Good luck to you in your own pursuit of excellence and education. Too many Americans are under educated and don’t check the facts but are too ready go believe what they are told.

    Any errors in spelling are typos due to iPhone rather than ignorance. Though not as smart as I’d like to be.
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    Didn’t like my Constitutional Law professor. By the way Obama was on Law Review I believe and have to be very bright to be in that group. I wasn’t that bright. I didn’t even want to try for it as I was working full time in demanding job and going to law school at night. Single and then got married. Or rather remarried.

    yeah its me

    (January 31, 2010 - 4:37 am)

    I don’t follow politics so I don’t like or dis like our president, but just because he had bad grades doesn’t mean he doesn’t know anything. My father never finished a grade higher then 8th. He went to school when the would do test that proved they could move on the the next grade and would pass. He now runs a multimillion dollar company and has helped teach classes at a high school in out city. My phys. teacher last year also told me that he never got a grade higher then a c while in high school. Grades don’t tell you how much a person knows, our Society has just been brainwashed to think they mean everything.
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    idiotnoir

    (January 31, 2010 - 5:21 am)

    Universities are hotbeds of afro-action, both in admissions and teaching staff, so if you could speak in complete sentences, it would be easy for obammaba to get hired as a lecturer. note: obammaba was not a teacher, only an guest lecturer at university of chicago.
    this is why obammaba guards his records so diligently
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    Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄ƷPetoonia

    (January 31, 2010 - 5:47 am)

    How could Bush run a country and be an idiot.
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    Me, Myself & I

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