6:30 PM

The Audacity of Silence

Posted by Skye |

The Chicago Sun Times has questions regarding Obama's early lawyer-like career:

So why did Obama never make impassioned speeches in court when he returned to Chicago from Harvard Law School in the early '90s to, as his Web site says, "practice as a civil rights lawyer"?

A review of the cases Obama worked on during his brief legal career shows he played the "strong, silent type" in court, introducing himself and his client, then stepping aside to let other lawyers do the talking

Reading more into the article, one question I'd like to pose during tonight's debate, would be the reason why Obama sued Citibank into handing out subprime loans?
The O has some 'splaining to do to the American taxpayers...

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