Right now there's a lot of kikey fake-kvetching in the Kikestream Media about how Obongo has gone on a "vacation", at a mega-mansion in Martha's Vineyard (satellite pic).

But what you won't read in the kikestream media is that the Obongo "vacation" is actually a program of kike-conditioning, a kike propaganda-and training session, during which the nigger Puppet-in-Chief will be coached in what to say and how to say it, and in what to do for the benefit of his kike owners and handlers..

Report: Obamas will return to Martha's Vineyard to vacation in $12 million home owned by family who backed HILLARY in 2008

Owners of Martha's Vineyard home donated the legal maximum to Hillary Clinton while she fought Barack Obama for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination

First family will go back to site of August 2013 vacation for 15 days

Upgrading from $7 million showplace home last year to a $12 million secluded hideaway with sweeping water views and a basketball court

The 8,161-square-foot home features 17 rooms including seven bedrooms, set on 10 wooded acres

By David Martosko, U.s. Political Editor, Daily Mail, 10 July 2014

While an estimated 400 illegal immigrant children stream across America's southwest border every day in August, President Barack Obama will take a 15-day vacation in a $12 million home nearly as far away as it's possible to travel in the continental United States.

The pricey real estate belongs to a wealthy Connecticut [KIKE] widow whose late [KIKE] husband, then a General Electric executive, made $6,900 in donations to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in 2007 and 2008 – then the maximum allowed by law.

'On Saturday, August 9th, the president and the first lady will travel to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts,' a [KIKE] White House official said Wednesday. 'They will remain there until Sunday, August 24th, when they will return to Washington, D.C.'

'There are no public events scheduled at this time.'

Private events, however, will take place in a $12 million, 8,161-square-foot house with seven bedrooms and a whopping nine bathrooms.

The property in Chilmark, Masschusetts sits on 10 acres of forested meadow and features an infinity pool and hot tub, along with a tennis court that doubles as a basketball court.

The weekly Martha's Vineyard Times was first to report on the White House's officially secret choice.

The First Family's has visited the tony Massachusetts island five times since Obama became president.

Last summer they stayed in a 5,000-square-foot, four-bedroom house owned by presidential donor [KIKE] David Schulte.

This year's vacation spot is owned by wealthy widow [KIKE] Joanne Hubschman, whose husband [KIKE] Henry died of cancer in 2011. Four years earlier, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, he made two $2,300 contributions to Hillary Clinton's doomed presidential campaign.

He donated another $2,300 in August 2008, after Obama had sewn up the nomination, to help retire Clinton's campaign debts.

Two months later, just two weeks before the general election, [KIKE] Mr. Hubschman contributed $2,300 to Obama's campaign.

[KIKE] Mrs. Hubschman herself contributed $1,000 to the Democratic National Committee in 1998. She could not be reached for comment.

The late [KIKE] Mr. Hubschman also donated $2,100 to support Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd in 2006, a few years before he pulled out of what would have been his fifth re-election bid.

He made frequent contributions to General Electric's political action committee in 2008, in a year when four of the PAC's five Connecticut donees were Democratic candidates.

[KIKE] Mr. Hubschman was president and CEO of GE Capital Aviation Services, the company's commercial aircraft financing and leasing division, according to his Washington Post obituary.

White House Dossier reported that Obama's August vacation comes after a 16-day stop in Hawaii over Christmas, 'adding up to a total of more than 31 days of vacation in less than a year, not counting weekend getaways.'

Obamas Go on 12-Day Martha's Vineyard Vacation Amid Global Crises

by Wynton Hall, Breitbart News, 8 Aug 2014

Amid an international ebola health emergency, U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, and the illegal immigration crisis surging on the southern border, President Barack Obama leaves on Saturday for a lavish Martha's Vineyard twelve day vacation at the 8,100-square foot mansion of Democratic Party donor [KIKE] Joanne Hubschman.

The timing of Obama's swank vacation has even the president's supporters worried.

"Even some of Obama's most ardent supporters are questioning the wisdom of this summer's sojourn as war roils Gaza and a wave of families and children are crossing the southwestern US border illegally," reports the [KIKE] Boston Globe.

The White House announced Thursday that Obama will briefly interrupt his vacation by returning to Washington on Sunday, August 17, for a few meetings and then jetting back to the Massachusetts island retreat on August 19 to continue his vacation until August 24th.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said there is no need to worry that Obama is disengaged from the duties of his office because he travels with "an array of communications equipment" that enable him to carry out his presidential duties..

"He travels with an array of communications equipment and national security advisers that will allow him to perform all of the functions that are required of America's commander in chief," said Earnest."

Obama has vacationed at the wealthy Martha's Vineyard [KIKE] retreat every year of his presidency save 2012 when he was busy campaigning for re-election.

The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds Obama hitting a new all-time low approval rating of just 40%.


Obituary, Washington Post,

Henry A. Hubschman, who had a distinguished career in law, government and business, died of cancer at the age of 63 in his Greenwich, Connecticut home on February 9, 2011.

Henry was born in Newark, New Jersey on August 12, 1947, the son of Morris and Esther (Weissman).

On June 9, 1985, he married Joanne L. Goode, and their marriage of 25 years was marked by strong mutual support, the shared joy of raising their four children and Joanne's selfless care-giving in the last years of Henry's life. They took special pleasure in hosting friends and family at their summer home on Martha's Vineyard.

He is survived by Joanne, his two daughters, Lilly and Josie, his two sons, Ellis and Nathan, as well as his sister, Susan Wainberg, and his nephews, Jonathan (wife Sarah) and Zev (wife Cara) Wainberg. As a father, he had high expectations for his children's service to society but also was committed to helping them find their own lodestar and chart their own course.

Henry graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University in 1969 and magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1973, the same year in which he received a Master's in Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He was a law clerk to Judge Frank Murray of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts from 1973-74. He was an associate (1974-77 and 1979-80) and then a nationally recognized litigation partner(1980-1992) at the law firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson in Washington, D.C.

He was Executive Assistant and invaluable advisor to Patricia Roberts Harris, the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, from 1977-79, and served on the board of directors of the Federal National Mortgage Association from 1979-81.

Following his outstanding service in law and government, he became General Counsel of GE Aircraft Engines in 1992.

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