Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Good-bye, Kenyan-born Bam-Bam

Don't let too many doors hit you in your rear end.  You might need to see a doctor, and now that you aren't the President any more, you're going to have to live with the same Obamacare rules that the rest of us have to live with.

Start kneeling on your Muslim prayer rug.  Pray that the Republicans in the House of Representatives and the Senate, the ones that you put there because of your incompetence as a president, will be able to fix the mess that you and your party created when your party had all of the political power that the Republicans have now.

In the meantime, you gray-haired old fool, just go away.

Far away.  I hear that Kenya is a nice place to live.  It must be, because that's where you were born.  Your brother said so himself.

This March 10, 2017 Infowars article linked to this March 9, 2017 article on the website American Mirror that reproduced this tweet.

Good-bye, Bam-Bam!

Send us a postcard when you return to your Kenyan hometown!

Make sure you stay there!

These are the first five paragraphs of a December 28, 2016 World Net Daily story.  The link in the third paragraph was in their article.
It’s been eight years since Barack Obama was elected president amid doubts about his eligibility to hold the office, when dozens of lawsuits challenged him, and even some members of Congress expressed concern.

It’s been four years since he was re-elected, just as most of those lawsuits were being dismissed by federal judges who mostly claimed the law gave them no authority to even hear the evidence.

But the latest Economist/YouGov poll indicates that fully one-third of Americans simply don’t believe the story promoted by the Obama administration, that he was born in Hawaii.

Specifically, 12 percent of all respondents say the statement “President Obama was born in Kenya” is definitely true, and another 24 percent say it is “probably true.”

That includes 20 percent of Democrats who place themselves in those two categories, 39 percent of independents and 52 percent of Republicans.
This is the first part of the fourth paragraph.

"Specifically, 12 percent of all respondents say the statement “President Obama was born in Kenya” is definitely true ...."

... which means that 88 percent of all of the people who took that poll had some doubt about the truthfulness of Obama's "I was born in Hawaii" statement.

Hey Stupid!

Your own wife said that you were born in Kenya!!

Is she a liar?

These are the first four paragraphs of this page of a website called Buzz Kenya.  The photo below was at the top of their page.

President Barack Obama’s family tree stretches from his father’s small Kenyan village to the White House in one generation.  The president’s grandfather Hussein Onyango Obama was born in Kendu Bay, western Kenya, in 1895 (the family grave in the village of Kogelo says 1870).  He was called Hussein after he converted to Islam.  He served as a porter in Britain’s colonial-era King’s African Rifles during World War I and as a cook for a British officer during World War II.  He got married to several women and then had a son in 1936 with his second wife Akumu.  The son was name Barrack Obama (Senior).  Barrack Obama’s father, Barack Obama Senior, a Luo from Nyang’oma Kogelo, born to Hussein’s second wife Akumu came of age during Kenya’s independence and won a scholarship to study in Hawaii in 1959.

While away for his study as a foreign student on scholarship, he met Obama’s (Junior) mother Ann Dunham in 1960 in a Russian language class at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.  They got married  in Wailuku – Maui on February 2, 1961 but the relationship did not last as they were separated in late August 1961 same time Obama was born when Obama’s mother moved with their newborn son to attend the University of Washington in Seattle for one year.

Obama Sr. completed his undergraduate economics degree in Hawaii in June 1962, then left to attend graduate school at Harvard University on a scholarship.  His parents were ripped apart by divorce in March 1964 and his father, Obama Sr. came back to Kenya the same year they divorced and then remarried.  He died in an automobile accident in 1982, when Obama was 21 years old.

Prior to his death, he visited Barack Obama ( Junior ) in Hawaii for the first time in 1971 when Obama was only 10-years-old.  Barack Obama Jr grew up and built his career and became the 44th and the sitting president of the United States and also the first African-American to serve as U.S. president.
The photo on the left, showing 10-year-old Barak Jr. with his father Barak Sr. was also on the same page.

These are three photographs of Barak Jr.'s mother, Ann Durham.  The photo below and the first photo below it show her with her son.

Even people who believe in the concept of race and the related concept of a pure race cannot call him a pure black after you see what his mother looks like.

These are the first four paragraphs of a December 28, 2016 World Net Daily story.  The link in the third paragraph was in their article.
Breitbart News has obtained a promotional booklet produced in 1991 by Barack Obama’s then-literary agency, Acton & Dystel, which touts Obama as “born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”

The booklet, which was distributed to “business colleagues” in the publishing industry, includes a brief biography of Obama among the biographies of eighty-nine other authors represented by Acton & Dystel.

It also promotes Obama’s anticipated first book, Journeys in Black and White–which Obama abandoned, later publishing Dreams from My Father instead.

Obama’s biography in the booklet is as follows (image and text below):
This is the Kenyan Flag

"Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review, was born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii."

Hey Stupid! Your own literary agent said that you were born in Kenya!

Just go away .............