Hat tip: Kat in Your Hat
Via Obama WTF
I’m sure my white nationalist trolls will be delighted with this bit of news.
According to reader Kat in Your Hat, Obama used the “K” word in the earlier editions of his first book “Dreams of My Father.” It was even printed in an old New Yorker magazine article.
He was a black child, by American lights, but his mother and his grandparents—the only family he knew—were “white folks,” and his confusion was acute. In “Dreams from My Father,” Obama describes how, as a teen-ager, he tried marijuana and cocaine. (“I guess you’d have to say I wasn’t a politician when I wrote the book,” he told me. “I wanted to show how and why some kids, maybe especially young black men, flirt with danger and self-destruction.”) He went to Columbia University, and liked New York, but he found the city’s racial tension inescapable. It “flowed freely,” he wrote in his memoir—“not just out on the streets but in the stalls of Columbia’s bathrooms as well, where, no matter how many times the administration tried to paint them over, the walls remained scratched with blunt correspondence between niggers and kikes. It was as if all middle ground had collapsed.”
This “kike” reference also appears elsewhere on the web.
And this is from a man who said Don Imus should have been fired over his “nappy headed ‘ho” comment!