Wednesday, September 07, 2011

In Lieu of Transcripts, Obama's College Work Giving Insights of an Earlier Time

Since President Obama's college transcripts and other records have been locked away in Area 51 with the crashed UFO and alien body parts, many have been searching wherever they can to find tidbits of information about the pre-public Obama.

Recently a letter written by Barack Obama and published in a Harvard Law School newspaper has been analyzed for style and content.

Little else has been uncovered... until now. Barack Obama took an elective course at Harvard called Origami with Public Documents 101. This course was designed to teach the creation of art statements using iconic paper documents. Very chic.

One fellow student named Dan Tague mastered skills in making artistic statements with a one dollar bill. Here are 3 examples of Tague's work:

Constitutional law student Barack Obama chose the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution for his media and created the following statements titled "Obamagami":

I can't say that I find any beauty in Obama's work, however, his statement is 'perfectly clear.'

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