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Obama’s Retirement Home?

Posted by Steve Markowitz on September 20, 2012

Wnd.com has posted an intriguing article titled “Secret Retirement Plans: Does Obama Expect to Loss”.  They report that President Obama is looking into the purchase of a retirement home in Hawaii.  According to report, Obama financier and multimillionaire Penny Pritzker is acting as a proxy, looking at a house that becomes available in January 2013.  This raises an interesting question as to the President’s view of his own re-election chances.

In addition, wnd.com reports that the property being considered by the President, pictured below, would cost $35 million dollars and include about $8,500 square feet of living space.  Not a bad little shack!  Should the President acquire this property, it once again would demonstrate the disconnect between the First Family and the 99% they so often act as if they were a part of.








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