Friday, August 19, 2011

Rush Limbaugh: Where are Obama's former girlfriends? Radio host says viral email raising valid questions for unvetted president ???

PALM BEACH, Fla. – As the presidential campaign season begins to get into full swing, radio host Rush Limbaugh is again raising questions about President Barack Obama's personal background, wondering where all of his former girlfriends, classmates and students are.

Rush Limbaugh

"I got one of these email things," Limbaugh said on his program this afternoon.

"And, of course, I've only seen it a thousand times, and knew it before I received the first one. And you probably have seen this one going around. This one is, 'Where are all of Obama's former girlfriends?' It's a takeoff on where are all of the students Obama taught who claim to have been inspired by him when he taught law at the University of Chicago. Where are all of the former classmates of Obama who can tell wonderful stories about their experience with Obama on campus or in the classroom?"

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Limbaugh continued, "They are interesting because those people haven't surfaced. There aren't any ex-girlfriends that have admitted it. Students that have been inspired by Obama as a professor, they haven't come forth.

"Media hasn't dug 'em up. It is interesting from the standpoint that the guy has not been vetted yet. Look what they're trying to do to Michele Bachmann, what they're planning on doing to [Rick] Perry and so forth."

He concluded, "I'm just saying it's very strange that we know so little about a guy who's written two autobiographies. It really is strange."

One inquisitive WND reader added, "What I would like to know is where are the wedding photos. Just one? Anyone can do just one photo. Who were the bridesmaids? Ushers? Where where they married? Family photos? Photos of a pregnant Michelle? Baby photos of the girls? Where were they born?"