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On time, he confessed to Genevieve his ideal image of the perfect woman, which he described at as strong, upright and a fighter, “a black woman I keep seeing her as,” she said.
Overall, I thought the piece interesting in that we get to see a more intimate side of a young Obama, which by most accounts is considered to be calm, deliberate and hard to read by most in the press.
The woman he lived with was Sheila Miyoshi Jager, now a professor at Oberlin College, whom Obama told of his dream to be president of the United States.
As notes, just as Obama’s mother had studied anthropology, so did Jager, who was of Dutch and Japanese ancestry. I remember very clearly when this transformation happened, and I remember very specifically that by 1987, about a year into our relationship, he already had his sights on becoming president.” Garrow writes that Obama believed he had a “calling … race and identity,” the “resolution of his black identity was directly linked to his decision to pursue a political career.” Garrow quotes a close mutual friend of the Jager and Obama remembering Obama saying, “the lines are very clearly drawn.
So when the mainstream media (MSM) leave holes in a given narrative -- in this case, the biography of the president -- bloggers individually, incrementally, and indefatigably strive to fill in the blanks -- sometimes successfully, sometimes less so.
Where Remnick falls oddly silent -- not even to scold the blogosphere, which he does often -- is on the question of Obama's love life.
In Obama's ten years of bachelorhood before he met Michelle in 1989, Remnick creates a credible picture of him as a popular, good-looking man about town.
when his half-sister Auma visits him in Chicago pre-Michelle, he tells her about a ruptured relationship with a white woman back in New York.He did not come from an underprivileged background.He did not have any of the hostility to white people that I sometimes saw among blacks at Occidental College.November 28, 2016: There’s a new movie coming out on Netflix – that is causing QUITE A STORM.The movie is about a YOUNG BARACK OBAMA, called “Barry.” The movie, which was directed by Martin Scorsese has already been previewed at film festivals around the world, and it’s being described as a “love story,” between Barack and his first love Charlotte.