The allegations Larry Sinclair makes in this book about our current president should be sending shock-waves through our national media. Consider that on November 6 & 7, 1999 Sinclair claims that he engaged in homosexual acts with then-Illinois Senator Barack Obama, who during these trysts not only procured cocaine for the author, but also smoked crack cocaine while being fellated. Although relatively unknown outside his home state at the time, Obama hit the national stage in 2004 by delivering a keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention. Sinclair realized only then that he'd engaged in sex with an up-and-coming political superstar. After hearing what he perceived to be blatant lies about Obama's sexuality and drug use, Sinclair uploaded an infamous YouTube video, made a television appearance in Puerto Rico, and addressed the National Press Club in Washington, DC. As a result, he describes how Senior Advisor David Axelrod spearheaded a vindictive smear campaign against him, while Senator Joe Biden and his son Beau arranged for his arrest after the NPC speech. Even more incriminating, Sinclair writes about his concerns that Obama and Reverend Jeremiah Wright were involved in the murder of Obama's former lover, choirmaster Donald Young. Whether you agree with him or not, Larry Sinclair's book is an authentic page-turner, one that I completed in a single sitting. In an age where political correctness reigns supreme, it's refreshing to read an expose that lays all its chips on the table, regardless of the ramifications. --Victor Thorn, Author Hillary (and Bill): The Sex Volume November 30, 2009 "A shocking expose of an American President that makes Bill Clinton, and/or the rumors about John F. Kennedy seem minor by comparison." --K Kenny, October 4, 2009 Virtually everyone has heard about Larry Sinclair and his allegations regarding a couple of days he spent with Barack Obama in Chicago in 1999. After a highly orchestrated whitewashing by the mainstream media of the story, and after being blackballed by every single book publisher he contacted regarding the publication of his story, Larry Sinclair decided to start his own publishing company, and this is the first book from Sinclair Publishing. Obama's silence on Sinclair's allegations is deafening. It speaks volumes about what likely happened in Chicago back on November 6 and 7, 1999. And although I was not there to witness the events, it sounds like, judging from the consistency of Sinclair's story over a year and a half, and the fine details he provides in the book, that Sinclair is in fact telling the truth. It appears that indeed Obama was leading a life as a closeted bisexual at least through 1999. Oh, and of course, he also seemed to have been fudging the truth regarding his drug use since, especially since college... --Chirpy Rumblings, October 24, 2009
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