We can all expect this to be national top story news tomorrow. /s
And another bump.
Boom chaka laka!
Come to think of it, so what if he were born in Kenya? The Constitution is routinely violated and abrogated by everyone these days, who cares if there’s an obsolete provision, written by white slave owners, about natural born citizenship in there somewhere? It’s no big deal, none of the rest is.
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Obama Says A Baby Is A Punishment
Well saying that it common knowledge, and actually being there for the birth are two different things. Doesn’t matter what the truth is, Obama will be President and the Congress will pass some exemption for him.
The left will say: She’s old and confused and doesn’t remember which Obama was born in Kenya....
“...Ms. Sarah Hussein Obama was very adamant that she
was present and witnessed his birth in Kenya...”
bookmarked for later.
Why does it say Feb 2010 at the end?
Forward this on to National Review Online!
Sudan politicians claim stake in Obama heritage
Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:54pm EST
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By Andrew Heavens
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudanese politicians claimed Barack Obama as one of their own on Saturday as they belatedly celebrated his election as U.S. president, hailing his family roots in their country.
Much has been made of Obama’s father’s origins in Kenya. But he acknowledged his distant Sudanese roots in his autobiography ‘Dreams From My Father’.
“His father came from the Luo (tribe), who are from the Nile. The Luo originally moved from Sudan to Kenya,” said Yasir Arman, a senior member of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, former southern rebels who are now in a coalition government with the north.
Hundreds of SPLM supporters crammed into their headquarters for a belated party marking Obama’s victory.
Many held up banners marked ‘New Sudan Yes We Can’ - a message that merged an SPLM slogan with Obama’s rallying cry.
Arman said members were inspired by Obama’s election as the United States’ first black president.
“It is giving a message to our society that Sudan can do the same, that Sudan can recognize its own diversity,” he said.
“We hope he will be able to give more attention to all of Africa, not just Sudan.”
The United States has had a troubled relationship with Sudan’s Khartoum-based government. It has imposed trade sanctions on Khartoum, included it on its list of state sponsors of terrorism, and accused northern troops and militias of committing genocide in the Darfur conflict.
The south has been exempted from most of the sanctions.
The SPLM fought the north for more than 20 years in a conflict that pitted the Islamist Khartoum government against mainly Christian and animist rebels. The war ended with a 2005 peace agreement.
(Editing by Angus MacSwan)
This kind of rant about the Muslim stuff is unacceptable in an affidavit. That, as appalling as it is, is NOT a crime nor the subject of this case. Further, it will serve to add credence that this case is submitted by a bunch of crackpot extremist right wingers.
Stick to the facts.
One other defect I see in this is that 2 exhibits are marked ‘6’. This is sloppy and again makes this case look like its amateurish and anything but serious. Let's use some of those funds Berg collected from supporters on an editor for this kind of statement, instead of a 3rd grader.
I hate to be harsh, I sincerely want to win. I don't want the MSM to pick it up and focus on the sideshow of defects and irrelevant rants within the case while continuing to ignore the salient points (of which there appears to be no answer).
Get it together, and take the fight to them.