In bid for Obama's presidential libra...

In bid for Obama's presidential library, rival Chicago groups clash over potential sites

There are 1 comment on the Brandon Sun story from Feb 12, 2014, titled In bid for Obama's presidential library, rival Chicago groups clash over potential sites. In it, Brandon Sun reports that:

This undated file photo released by Obama for America shows Barack Obama teaching at the University of Chicago Law School in Chicago.

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reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#1 Feb 13, 2014
the Chicago city garbage site on the south side of Chicago would be a good place.

obozo ignored the staggering poverty, high unemployment rate and high crime rate in the black south side of Chicago so the city should pay back his lack of interest and inability to get things done.

obozo will go down in history as "the peter principal" president the inept unqualified unprepared, uneducated man who rose to his level of incompetence and failed as president problem solver leader.

saddled America with staggering debt and much more expensive government we can't afford.

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