One of Cashill's greatest discoveries during his research of Obama was the identity of the person who ghost wrote one of two memoirs he supposedly authored before entering politics, "Dreams From My Father." While Obama frequently dismissed his critics for their questioning of his deep ties to unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers as "just another guy in the neighborhood I knew," Cashill knew there was much more to that relationship. It was Cashill who first observed after reading Ayers' book, "Fugitive Days," the striking literary similarities between Ayers' book and "Dreams From My Fathers." As Cashill explained to Advance Indiana, "the parallels leaped off the page." The mainstream media scoffed at Cashill's game-changing discovery, even after Ayers confirmed his authorship of the book publicly and privately to Cashill's friends.
The first part of Cashill's book touches on the numerous inconsistencies and discrepancies in the Obama biographical narrative, completely shattering the existence of any legitimate marriage between Obama's mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, and Barack Obama, Sr. In fact, the couple at no time ever resided together as husband and wife or as a family unit. Notwithstanding the Hawaiian birth certificate which purports otherwise, Cashill tells Advance Indiana he still has doubts about his place of birth. Cashill speculates it may have actually been north of the border in Vancouver. "The fact that the first sighting of the baby was in Seattle, coupled with Barack Sr. telling the INS that they were giving the baby up [for adoption] through the Salvation Army, lead me to wonder whether Dunham went to the major SA maternity home and hospital in Vancouver," Cashill said. A Hawaiian birth certificate could have still been obtained through parental verification, and Dunham's parents "might have called in birth announcement" to the newspaper to help substantiate the record for citizenship in this country Cashill speculates.
As this blogger experienced, Cashill witnessed as much resistance to digging for the truth about Barack Obama coming from those on the right as he did from Obama's natural constituency on the left. "Yes, there was much resistance from the right, especially on my assertion that Bill Ayers helped Obama with "Dreams," Cashill said. "If a few conservatives would have reviewed my evidence in October 2008, we might have turned the election." Cashill agrees it is "indisputable" that Obama has used a Social Security number previously issued in the state of Connecticut. "I know the woman who discovered it, and she knows her business," he said. He also has his own theory about Obama's passport file being breached during the 2008 presidential campaign. "I do believe Brennan's people amended Obama's passport record so that he could begin talking about his trip to Pakistan in 1980," Cashill said, in reference to the employees of a State Department contractor where CIA Director John Brennan previously served as CEO gaining unauthorized access to Obama's passport file.
To Cashill, however, the biographical lies don't approach Obama's biggest lie. "Obama's claim that his would be the most transparent administration," Cashill believes is his biggest whopper. "As [former CBS reporter] Sharyl Attkinson learned the hard way," Cashill said. Most of Cashill's book focuses on Obama's actions as president on a wide range of issues at odds with his stated public positions, including health care, national security, job creation and respect for the Constitution and rule of law. Cashill loves quoting constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley, who describes President Obama as "the President Richard Nixon always wanted to be." So true. Pick up your copy of Cashill's "YOU LIE!" today. It's well worth the read. You shouldn't have any trouble finding it in your local bookstore if you don't want to buy it online, even if it might be hidden from plain sight.