The Great American Memory Hole

In the fictional world of George Orwell's 1984, when printed information conflicted with the newest version of truth as Oceania's government proclaimed it, relevant documents were promptly revised by the Ministry of Truth and damning remnants of evidence stuffed down Memory Holes. In the real world, when information conflicts with the truth as the Obama team defines it, inconvenient facts are spun, obscured, or sealed.  Often important data is never collected or produced at all, eliminating the possibility that discrepancies may be revealed or inconsistent conclusions reached. The pattern of clouding Obama's personal history began in 1995 with the publication of his autobiography, Dreams from My Father.  In a 2008 NY Times article, Janny Scott noted: "In the introduction, Mr. Obama acknowledged his use of pseudonyms, composite characters, approximated dialogue and events out of chronological order."  Jack Cashill, author of Deconstructing Obama, would likely add a few...(Read Full Article)