2seaoat wrote:a mental midget......gee do you think a kid from SR can get into Harvard with ACT composite scores which screams...........average. Nope the folks at Princeton and Harvard are exceptional.....but you should know that.....you teach, and when you talk about a mental midget when a person is a Harvard law grad......well you probably got one of those average ACT scores, and were the top of your class in SR county......LOL
Who is the Harvard grad? Obama? Certainly not. Heck, we don't know one lick about the performance of the COWH, but we do know that Bush II sucked as a pilot huh? Or that he made some C's at Yale. Give it a rest "mental midget".
Obama's not a Harvard grad? You getting ridiculous now,aren't you?
Have you seen his transcript? Nope. Nuf said.
Excuse me? You mean to say the Illinois Bar was defrauded when they admitted Obama to the Bar from Harvard Law School? You are quite ridiculous.
you do know that obama surrendered his right to practice law, right?
He actually commited fraud by saying he never used drugs or never used another name when he filled out registration for the ill bar.
Michelle Obama received her law degree in 1988 and was an associate at the Chicago office law firm of Sidley Austin, she worked on marketing and intellectual property and worked in the Chicago mayor's office. Her law license has been inactive since 1993... Imagine two Harvard law graduates that have never tried a court case.
Of course it has been reported her inactive status was a “court-order to be placed voluntarily inactive.” Nice way of avoiding disbarment.
"Obama arrived in Chicago in 1993 with a degree from Harvard Law School and was hired as a junior lawyer at the firm then known as Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Gallard. He helped represent clients in civil and voting rights matters and wrongful firings, argued a case before a federal appellate court, and took the lead in writing a suit to expand voter registration.
But the firm also handled routine legal matters and real estate. Obama spent about 70% of his time on voting rights, civil rights and employment, generally as a junior associate. The rest of his time was spent on matters related to real estate transactions, filing incorporation papers and defending clients against minor lawsuits.
In one instance, Obama defended a nonprofit corporation that owns low-income housing projects against a lawsuit in which a man alleged that he slipped and fell because of poor maintenance. Obama got the suit dismissed.
In another case, Obama appeared on behalf of a nonprofit corporation that provided healthcare for poor people. A woman who claimed income of less than $8,000 a year had sued Obama's client to obtain a $336 payment for baby-sitting services; Obama's client paid up, and the case was settled.
In 1994, Obama appeared in Cook County court on behalf of Woodlawn Preservation & Investment Corp., defending it against a suit by the city, which alleged that the company failed to provide heat for low-income tenants on the South Side during the winter.
Those were not the cases Obama highlighted in the self-portrait drawn in his first memoir, "Dreams From My Father."
"In my legal practice," he wrote, "I work mostly with churches and community groups, men and women who quietly build grocery stores and health clinics in the inner city, and housing for the poor." LA Times