Michelle Is Pissed As Obama’s Raunchy Love Letters To ‘White Girl’ He Had Sex With Surface

On Thursday, the Obamas were dealt a blow which could be the final nail in the coffin of their sham of a marriage. Raunchy love letters written by Barack to a “white girl,” who he had sex with, surfaced, in which he details “breaking a sweat” during their passionate fling. Needless to say, Michelle is going to be pissed, and you don’t want to miss this.

According to The New York Times, a series of nine letters written by a young Barack Obama to his then-college girlfriend Alexandra McNear was unveiled by Emory University today, where they will be placed in an archive. Written in the 1980s, the future president delves into a number of topics, including love, relationships, sex, racial issues, money struggles, and his plans for a political future.

“I trust you know that I miss you, that my concern for you is as wide as the air, my confidence in you as deep as the sea, my love rich and plentiful,” Obama wrote in one of the letters to McNear, dated September 1982. The same note is signed, “Love, Barack.”
According to Daily Mail, the following month, he wrote to her about the challenges of maintaining a relationship. He said it “requires breaking some sweat. Like a good basketball game. Or a fine dance. Or making love.” He also complained about his money woes in the letters to McNear, telling her that “salaries in community organizations are too low to survive on,” and that he was so poor he could not even afford to mail out resumés.
“Salaries in the community organizations are too low to survive on right now, so I hope to work in some more conventional capacity for a year, allowing me to store up enough nuts to pursue those interests next,” Obama wrote. “One week I can’t pay postage to mail a resume and writing sample, the next I have to bounce a check to rent a typewriter,” he added.
“I think of you often, though I stay confused about my feelings. It seems we will ever want what we cannot have; that’s what binds us; that’s what keeps us apart,” he told McNear in a letter from 1983. The next year, in 1984, he wrote, “My ideas aren’t as crystallized as they were while in school, but they have an immediacy and weight that may be more useful if and when I’m less observer and more participant.”
Obama and McNear broke up in the mid-80’s. She went on to work in green energy and marry a Serbian boxer, while Obama moved on to his second love, Genevieve Cook, who recently made headlines for a book she wrote about her love affair with the 44th president. Ultimately fearing that he would never be taken seriously in the arena of Chicago politics if he married a white woman, Obama decided to propose to Michelle, who he dated after Cook. That’s hardly the love story the Obamas painted of themselves while in office, and there’s no doubt that neither are too happy to have their sham marriage exposed for what it was — politically motivated.


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