SARAH HEATH, BARRY SOETERO: TWO DIFFERENT JOURNEYS
In his column at American Thinker, Jack Cashill chronicles the lives of Obama and Palin. In it, he starts at the beginning of their lives and describes how both got to where they are today. And, with the help of the fringe media, we know just about everything about Palin. Obama, not so much:
In the spring of 1964, Sarah Heath, then just three months old, flew into backwater Skagway, Alaska (population 650) aboard a 1930s-era Grunman Goose to start a new life with her parents, brother, and sister.
At that same time, in America's other new outlier state, Hawaii, two-year-old Barry Obama was just getting used to a fatherless existence in the otherwise-comfortable world his white grandparents and occasionally his mother would make for him. --continue reading.
More from Jack Cashill at his site.
Rick at Wizbang provides a shocking Obama stat. Words fail me.