Obama’s biography in the booklet is as follows (image and text below):
non-athletes in the booklet, whom "the agents deal[t] with on a daily basis," were "probably" approached to approve the text as presented.
Dystel (Jay Acton's partner) did not respond to numerous requests for comment, via email and telephone. Her assistant told Breitbart News that Dystel "does not answer questions about Obama."
The biography does, however, fit a pattern in which Obama--or the people representing and supporting him--manipulate his public persona.
David Maraniss's forthcoming biography of Obama has reportedly confirmed, for example, that a girlfriend Obama described in Dreams from My Father was, in fact, an amalgam of several separate individuals.
In addition, Obama and his handlers have a history of redefining his identity when expedient. In March 2008, for example, he famously declared: "I can no more disown [Jeremiah Wright] than I can disown the black community. I can no more disown him than I can my white grandmother."
Several weeks later, Obama left Wright's church--and, according to Edward Klein's new biography, The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House, allegedly attempted to persuade Wright not to "do any more public speaking until after the November  election" (51).
Obama has been known frequently to fictionalize aspects of his own life. During his 2008 campaign, for instance, Obama claimed that his dying mother had fought with insurance companies over coverage for her cancer treatments.
Z: So, this isn't a birther thing...Breitbart makes that CLEAR....it's about LIES and MANY DIFFERENT BARACK OBAMAS.
HOLD THE PRESSES...I did this post Thursday afternoon and then, later on, I ran across THIS as a HEADLINE FOR YAHOO! An agent ("Miriam Goderich edited the text of the bio; she is now a partner at the Dystel & Goderich agency, which lists Obama as one of its current clients.") is saying she just didn't bother to check the facts back then......it's ALL a mistake, folks. Of course, they don't say where they got that information, but nevertheless; BELIEVE them, it's all a big GOOF :-)
Sorry, Yahoo, sorry White House, sorry leftwingers, but Breitbart's piece stands and there is no 'disclaimer' because there is nothing to disclaim. But, good try. "@(#b&*a@#s(*$t&a(@*r#&d$(s&*#"
The fun never quits, does it.