Supposedly authored, that is.
From American Thinker (hat tip to Cube):
Three Cheers for Jack CashillRead the rest HERE.
By Herbert E. Meyer
Would you believe me if I told you that while in Milan last weekend, I'd been to La Scala for the world premiere of a new opera by George W. Bush? And would you ever again take me seriously if I published a review of Bush's new opera in which I wrote that "...through this work, so infused with the passion of Carmen, the musicality of La Boheme and the drama of Tosca, our forty-third president takes his place as the most gifted composer in the history of American politics"?
Of course not. No one, not even that former-Bush-White-House-press-secretary blonde who keeps showing up on Fox News, would believe this because it's utterly preposterous. A man who has displayed not the slightest musical talent simply cannot sit down one day and produce an operatic masterpiece.
And as Jack Cashill proves in "Deconstructing Obama," it is just as preposterous to believe that President Obama actually wrote his lyrical, extravagantly praised autobiography, "Dreams from My Father." On page after page, chapter after chapter, Cashill shows why it simply isn't possible for Obama to have produced such a high-quality autobiography....
...Cashill reports two specific instances in which Ayers acknowledges his authorship of "Dreams." That's interesting, to say the least....
By "Deconstructing Obama" page by page -- and piece by piece -- Cashill brings the reader to understand that in 2008 "Barak Obama" wasn't a candidate but a carefully created myth....
Further reading and worth your time: this series of articles by Jack Cashill.
I'm not by nature a conspiracy theorist. However, the few pieces of writing we do know that Obama actually wrote don't begin to show the level of prose used in The Audacity of Hope and Dreams of My Father. I can state so definitively as I've read both those books.